Olympus was always ruled by the three brothers who happened to be gods. Zues, Poseidon, and Hades. These three were always obeyed but hated. Whatever and whomever they wanted, they would grab except for Hades who just wanted to be left alone. Demeter, mother of the godess of spring known as Kore Persephone had hidden Persephone down in the mortal realm from the three brothers. As Persephone grows older, she becomes more and more curious of Olympus and where she belongs. One day, things take a turn for the worst putting her in a bad position. Would she fight her mom or forever be controlled?
This is a dangerous time, college. They're learning how to be themselves, but also how to help others. Come along,view a world of danger, mystery, and intrigue.Follow our heroine through her weird and mystical life. Pay attention though, or you may get lost.
Nana’s dying wish for Cho Kami was to stay out of trouble and live a boring life as a rich housewife. Nana hadn’t been her favourite person or the best grandmother, but Kami was hellbent on becoming an award-winning filial granddaughter by fulfilling Nana’s last dying wish. And of course, it would give Kami leverage for when she reunited with Nana in the Netherworld sixty years later. But to be a boring, rich housewife meant Kami had to squash out the wildfire and adrenaline junkie inside of her. She’d have to constantly pretend to be the good girl instead of the bad girl she craved to be. Despite Nana’s warnings and teachings, Kami found herself unable to suppress the warped attraction towards the crime and danger of the Underworld. But there’s a saying: Be careful what you wish for. Once you’re in, there’s no way out. * * * * WARNING: The story contains mature themes, sexual content, violence and coarse language. Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, settings and events are products of the author's imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Resemblances to actual persons or events are purely coincidental.
For most people, an exam isn't a major problem. A few days stressing as you cram in studying, for an hour of staring at the paper and questioning why you even took the class in the first place. For the students of the Battle Academy though, things are a little different. For a start, their lives depend on whether they pass or fail. Literally. Trapped on a desert planet, will Chimera have what it takes, to survive her final exam and graduate from the Battle Academy?