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Freya (Freya #1) by Matthew Laurence

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Book Summary:

Freya is myth. She is legend. And she’s about to make one hell of a comeback.

Sara Vanadi is more than she appears to be.

In her prime, she was Freya, the Norse goddess of love, beauty, war, and death. Now all that’s left of her legacy is herself. Her power comes from belief, and for an ancient goddess in the 21st century, true believers are hard to come by.

She’s been lying low for a few decades, when all of a sudden a shadowy corporation extends an offer: join them and receive unlimited strength and believers—or refuse and be destroyed. Sara chooses neither; she flees with the help of a new friend named Nathan.

With a modern power rising that wishes to bend the divine to its will, Sara decides to fight back—but first she needs some new clothes.

My review:

Freya the goddess of love, has been in hiding for years. Living the good life in a insane asylum. Then trouble comes looking for her. Now she is on the run looking for a new place to hide with a mortal, Nathan by her side. How long is Freya peace gonna last until she is hunted and brought in? This book is a quick read and fans for the love of Norse retellings. It a fun read looking into Freya life who has taken on the name Sara. She wants to be left alone but when force into fighting will she be strong enough to fight back in the end. Watch as Freya grows and becomes this all powerfully being for yourself> Happy Reading!

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