Percy Jackson: The Mistake
Artemis has always been a maiden. She stuck to her respectful ways, no matter how many mobs of dreamy eyed satyrs trailed after her. No one had ever been able to sway her seemingly unbreakable faith. So why in Hades would her own annoying brother Apollo, who she'd been stuck with for more than millions if years, able to attract her now? And the child. Oh boy, you can bet on Zeus's lucky underpants (hopefully he has one) that she was a problem. How in the world would they hide a powerful child-god like her? Well, of course, there would be rituals and no other than Percy Jackson.