Radiant Sin by Katee Robert EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author Name: Katee Robert
- Book Genre: Fiction, Romance
- ISBN # 978-1728257006
- Edition Language: English
- Date of Publication: February 7, 2023
- File Format: PDF / EPUB
- PDF / EPUB File Size: 2 MB
I hate parties, Olympus, and politics…but not necessarily in that order.
I can avoid two out of the three on good days, but today is promising to
be anything but. It started this morning when I spilled my coffee all over
Apollo’s shirt. A rookie mistake, and one that might get me fired if my boss
were anyone other than Apollo. He just gave a small smile, assured me it
was his fault when it was clearly mine, and changed into the spare suit he
kept in his office.
He should have yelled at me.
I’ve worked for the man for five years now, and even that isn’t enough
time to stop expecting the other shoe to drop. He’s hardly perfect—he’s one
of the Thirteen who rule Olympus, after all, and there are no saints among
them—but he’s the best of the bunch. He’s never abused his power over me,
never turned his position as my boss into an excuse to be a petty tyrant, has
never even raised his voice no matter how thoroughly I’ve fucked up from
time to time.
I shove my hair back, hating that I can feel sweat slicking down my back
as I climb the last flight of stairs. Something is wrong with the elevator in
Dodona Tower, and for reasons that seem suspect, it only goes halfway up. I
glare down at the file in my hand. I should have just left well enough alone
when I realized Apollo forgot it as he rushed out the door for his meeting
with Zeus. He’s an adult and is more than capable of dealing with the
But…he didn’t yell at me.
No one who knows me would call me a bleeding heart—more like a
coldhearted bitch—so I have absolutely no reason to have caught a cab to
the center of the upper city, taken the elevator halfway up, and then
proceeded to climb the rest of the thirty floors on foot.
In six-inch heels, no less.
There’s something wrong with me. There must be. Maybe I have a fever.
I press the back of my hand to my forehead and then feel extra foolish
because of course I feel overheated. I just did more exercise than I would
ever intentionally participate in unless running for my life. And even then,
I’d fight before I ran.
I curse myself for the millionth time as I push through the stairwell door
and out into the hallway where Zeus’s office is located. Then I get a look at
my reflection in the massive mirror next to the elevator. “Oh no.”
My red hair has gone flat, and there’s a sweat stain darkening the line
under my breasts—which means there’s an answering one down my spine.
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