Betrothed to Apollo

Betrothed to Apollo

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Alex Gedgaudas By Alycat1901 Updated Oct 04

How do you punish a three-thousand-year-old god?
  By taking away everything that made him an immortal.
  
   By chance, the fates of destiny reveal that the eternally single immortal Apollo is destined to meet a human meant to be his blushing bride.
  Upon the discovery of whom the maiden is eighteen years after her birth, Apollo is livid to discover his betrothed is actually a foul-tempered brat with a very large chip on her shoulder. The sun god finds he absolutely loathes his intended bride nearly as much as she despises him.
  
  After horribly angering his father Zeus by wanting to disregard his very own prophecy, the king of the gods casts Apollo down to earth, cursing him to never step foot onto Olympus again for encountering his wrath. The catch...? The sun god has only three months to woo his mortal betrothed into loving him, otherwise, live out the rest of his days as a lowly human. To make matters worse, there are quite a number of enemies the former immortal has made throughout his long life that do not wish for him to regain his immortality...

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  • jackfrost
  • royalwedding
  • sungod
Ok... ima just say this.
                              Please go yo this pic and look at it. 
                              Do you think the female character should look like this when she becomes a goddes?
                              
                              https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/0a/eb/bd/0aebbd37dc1560cf5a322055735e3bb5.jpg
omg I'm so excited bc it feels like there's never books written in the male lead's pov
AmeliaAJade AmeliaAJade Oct 09
Me: Hmmm, maybe I'll read this
                              Writer: It has Jack Frost
                              Me: Nevermind I'm reading it right now!
And I didn't search it up... I just happen to love Greek mythology...
                              I know I'm friken weird.
It's supposed to be hesia, Goddess of hearth, and family and watnot.
You said "Don't steal my ideas" but your ideas were stolen by you from Rick Riordan. I hope for an explanation.