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Who would have thought I'd need to die to really come into my own? But with my growing valkyrie powers and the scorching hot Norse gods who resurrected me by my side, I've never felt more alive. If only I could take a moment to enjoy my new home in Asgard. Unfortunately, our recent triumph has enraged a power-hungry giant who wants to see me dead all over again, along wit Who would have thought I'd need to die to really come into my own? But with my growing valkyrie powers and the scorching hot Norse gods who resurrected me by my side, I've never felt more alive. If only I could take a moment to enjoy my new home in Asgard. Unfortunately, our recent triumph has enraged a power-hungry giant who wants to see me dead all over again, along with everyone and everything I care about. And then there's our newly returned leader... Odin has turned out to be as single-minded as he is single-eyed, and I can't shake the feeling that there's more to this situation than he's letting on. My four gods and I will have to depend on each other if we're going to find our way through this mess, even if opening my heart that much to anyone terrifies me. I've come this far. No way am I backing down now. I'm Aria Watson, and I'll be no one's pawn. *Their Dark Valkyrie is a medium-burn reverse harem urban fantasy series. This action-packed, heart-wrenching ride gives you a kickass heroine, four irresistible gods, and Norse mythology like you've never seen it before.*


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Who would have thought I'd need to die to really come into my own? But with my growing valkyrie powers and the scorching hot Norse gods who resurrected me by my side, I've never felt more alive. If only I could take a moment to enjoy my new home in Asgard. Unfortunately, our recent triumph has enraged a power-hungry giant who wants to see me dead all over again, along wit Who would have thought I'd need to die to really come into my own? But with my growing valkyrie powers and the scorching hot Norse gods who resurrected me by my side, I've never felt more alive. If only I could take a moment to enjoy my new home in Asgard. Unfortunately, our recent triumph has enraged a power-hungry giant who wants to see me dead all over again, along with everyone and everything I care about. And then there's our newly returned leader... Odin has turned out to be as single-minded as he is single-eyed, and I can't shake the feeling that there's more to this situation than he's letting on. My four gods and I will have to depend on each other if we're going to find our way through this mess, even if opening my heart that much to anyone terrifies me. I've come this far. No way am I backing down now. I'm Aria Watson, and I'll be no one's pawn. *Their Dark Valkyrie is a medium-burn reverse harem urban fantasy series. This action-packed, heart-wrenching ride gives you a kickass heroine, four irresistible gods, and Norse mythology like you've never seen it before.*

30 review for Falling for Gods

  1. 4 out of 5

    Mummy's Naughty Corner

    Well the battle is looming and Odin really hasn't got my vote. I really can't stand him and I really don't like how they all treat Loki. I like the way that throughout the book they all start to question Odin and how the story progresses. Well the battle is looming and Odin really hasn't got my vote. I really can't stand him and I really don't like how they all treat Loki. I like the way that throughout the book they all start to question Odin and how the story progresses.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rachael*Caribbean*girl*bibliophile

    Spoilers ahead I definitely wasn't a fan of this one Too much fighting not enough romance Odin, the Allfather was a cryptic asshole without much common sense who refused to listen to reason The h had to threaten him just to get him to see reason We wade through more of the guys backstory and their past hurts I really don't get the connection between the h and the Hs, they have sex then rush off to fight without spending much time together yet Hod is already in love?! I dislike when so many books are ab Spoilers ahead I definitely wasn't a fan of this one Too much fighting not enough romance Odin, the Allfather was a cryptic asshole without much common sense who refused to listen to reason The h had to threaten him just to get him to see reason We wade through more of the guys backstory and their past hurts I really don't get the connection between the h and the Hs, they have sex then rush off to fight without spending much time together yet Hod is already in love?! I dislike when so many books are about 1 enemy, it makes the mcs seem incompetent that it takes them so long to vanquish 1 enemy Meh

  3. 4 out of 5

    ❀ Crystal ✿ - PEACE ☮ LOVE ♥ BOOKS

    This was an ok follow up. More action packed and filled with fighting. I wasn’t a fan of Odin and almost wished they didn’t rescue him. For a supreme being he’s lazy, cocky and an asshat. The heroine has to threaten him to even make him see a lick of reason. I’m glad the story is progressing and they finally made some headway. The dark (evil) elf aspect was getting old so I’m glad they dug to the heart of the matter and stopped to think about why the elves turned on them. Looking forward to the This was an ok follow up. More action packed and filled with fighting. I wasn’t a fan of Odin and almost wished they didn’t rescue him. For a supreme being he’s lazy, cocky and an asshat. The heroine has to threaten him to even make him see a lick of reason. I’m glad the story is progressing and they finally made some headway. The dark (evil) elf aspect was getting old so I’m glad they dug to the heart of the matter and stopped to think about why the elves turned on them. Looking forward to the final battle and however they manage to take down their Giant foe, pun intended 😂

  4. 5 out of 5

    Grace

    I enjoyed this one but it did drag the story on a bit. From that ending, we can definitely tell the finale is probably going to be wild! Kind of not ready for this series to end, but it's onto book 4 now. I enjoyed this one but it did drag the story on a bit. From that ending, we can definitely tell the finale is probably going to be wild! Kind of not ready for this series to end, but it's onto book 4 now.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Diamond

    This is definitely not the best book in this series, but it was not terrible. This one seemed to drag out without much important. This book seemed to be one more so to strengthen the bond between Aria and her gods. It also was mainly about the preparation for the upcoming war with the giants. This is a important battle considering that it will decide the fate of midgard, Asgard, and other realms.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tiera McMillian

    This was a decent continuation of the series. I really feel like there is something we are missing though. Maybe Odin has something up his sleeve still? Aria is still bad A as ever, always standing up for herself and her boys. I like how Aria always sees behind the facade to inner workings. She really works around a problem to get to a better solution. In this book Aria and her men are going to put a stop to Valhalla’s enemies....now if we could just figure out exactly who those were.... I enjoye This was a decent continuation of the series. I really feel like there is something we are missing though. Maybe Odin has something up his sleeve still? Aria is still bad A as ever, always standing up for herself and her boys. I like how Aria always sees behind the facade to inner workings. She really works around a problem to get to a better solution. In this book Aria and her men are going to put a stop to Valhalla’s enemies....now if we could just figure out exactly who those were.... I enjoyed our tight knit our group is becoming and how each character is still working through their memories and fears from the last book. Something is off tho....not sure what it is but I feel like a betrayal is coming. Not sure where all the gods have run off to but they are either involved or trapped in some way. We shall see.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    Didn’t find this one as exciting as the other two. With Odin saved the group now have to train to battle Surt. I liked how Ari dealt with both Loki and Balder. I dunno I guess it felt too smooth for me, with the exception of the ending. I’m gonna take this one as the calm before the storm and will read the next one since it’s the last.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Kari

    Good but dragged on I'm enjoying this series but this one just seemed to drag on. I'm enjoying the interactions Ari is having with her Gods but sometimes the in between scenes drag on longer than is necessary. The fight with Surt is still coming and I'm hoping it comes soon and faster than this book. Good but dragged on I'm enjoying this series but this one just seemed to drag on. I'm enjoying the interactions Ari is having with her Gods but sometimes the in between scenes drag on longer than is necessary. The fight with Surt is still coming and I'm hoping it comes soon and faster than this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rambling Reader

    Chase continues Aria and the gods' adventures in this third installment of Their Dark Valkyrie. With war looming in the near future, we find Aria and her gods in the tricky situation of figuring out how to combine their powers again to defeat Surt and the dark elves. Not only are they dealing with the high stakes of saving Asgard and Midgard, but there's something wrong with the other realms. At a time when teamwork is most important, some of their bonds are in deep need of recovery. Munnin's me Chase continues Aria and the gods' adventures in this third installment of Their Dark Valkyrie. With war looming in the near future, we find Aria and her gods in the tricky situation of figuring out how to combine their powers again to defeat Surt and the dark elves. Not only are they dealing with the high stakes of saving Asgard and Midgard, but there's something wrong with the other realms. At a time when teamwork is most important, some of their bonds are in deep need of recovery. Munnin's memory tricks stripped them all raw, and they're reliving the aftermath and trauma of events they thought were long buried in the past. Aria has a chance to really shine, and I love that she's taking even more steps to become a strong valkyrie that doesn't just hide behind the commands and desires of the gods- even Odin. Her take no sh*t attitude makes her one of their most valuable weapons in the battle against Surt; she looks beyond the relationships and history that the gods have with one another, and she's really emerging as the one who can make those vital decisions without being blinded by past prejudice. Although all of the gods are showcased, I feel like Falling for Gods is really also Loki's book. He just strikes such a poignant cord for me, and there's something so irresistibly wounded yet strong about him. His snark, hidden depths, and care for Aria make him such a lovely character. While Hod and Baldur struggle with feeling betrayed by their father, and Thor is fighting against being what others limit him to be, I feel Loki has the deepest wounds. Chase does a phenomenal job of continuing her character development, using Munnin's games as a catalyst that will overall strengthen her cast when they finally deal with the hurt that truly lies in each of them. It's time to admit that I'm very invested in this series. I don't just love the action, but I love the relationships. Each time I open a new look into Their Dark Valkyrie, I don't just want to find out what happens next, I NEED to find out what happens next. I'm sticking with this series, that's for sure.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Irestia

    One of my favorite things about this series is that the harem members have their own personal arcs within the main story. It seems obvious that all of the main characters should have their own personal growth and individual story lines, but many RH books don't do this well. This series does it well. However, it doesn't do it perfectly. The memory prison in the last book really stirred things up, and I kind of wanted more fall out from that in this book. Yes, they've already addressed a lot of thi One of my favorite things about this series is that the harem members have their own personal arcs within the main story. It seems obvious that all of the main characters should have their own personal growth and individual story lines, but many RH books don't do this well. This series does it well. However, it doesn't do it perfectly. The memory prison in the last book really stirred things up, and I kind of wanted more fall out from that in this book. Yes, they've already addressed a lot of this, but when some people start falling into old patterns, no one except Aria really wants to rock the boat. There's still a degree of grudging acceptance and underlying resentment to the gods' interactions, but they don't talk about it with each other. They discuss it with Aria, but she isn't the problem there, so she isn't the one who can really change anything. There's still one more book for this to be resolved in, but the gods' interactions without Aria leave a lot to be desired. I was also a bit let down by everything with Odin. I feel like, after thousands of years of being the mastermind, he gave in too easily when everyone finally stood up to him together. I don't trust it and the gods still need to have some tough conversations with him, but if it is real, I'm going to be disappointed. So much of the current circumstances are his fault, but the story doesn't seem to be heading toward him suffering for any of it. Sure, he was already imprisoned for awhile, but that doesn't feel like enough, especially if he's only recently seen the error of his ways (if he isn't lying about that). I don't really want him to still be standing by the end of the final book, and I'll give bonus points if Freya is the one who kills him out of love for all those he has wronged.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Zenda

    **possible spoilers ahead** Still loving this series. I like the interactions of all the characters, but I still find the snubbing of Loki as unfair. I understand that there is history between him and the other gods, but with their knowledge of why, I was hoping for more. I was a little put off with Aria's dismissal of Odin at times. These were the only things with which I really had a problem in this novel. As far as reviews go, I don't enjoy reviewing in between novels in a short series that onl **possible spoilers ahead** Still loving this series. I like the interactions of all the characters, but I still find the snubbing of Loki as unfair. I understand that there is history between him and the other gods, but with their knowledge of why, I was hoping for more. I was a little put off with Aria's dismissal of Odin at times. These were the only things with which I really had a problem in this novel. As far as reviews go, I don't enjoy reviewing in between novels in a short series that only has one over arcing storyline. The character building is still there, but it always feels incomplete.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    I like the story line as a whole. However, this is somewhere between a YA and an adult romance. Just because several men are interested in the same woman does not make it an adult romance RH. There are definite favorites by the author so far (i.e. detailed scenes with the same people and the others skipped over). If you removed the very sporadic, non-sexual tension build up "sexy" scenes, this would be a fantastic YA series. I am going to finish the series but I think I would look elsewhere for I like the story line as a whole. However, this is somewhere between a YA and an adult romance. Just because several men are interested in the same woman does not make it an adult romance RH. There are definite favorites by the author so far (i.e. detailed scenes with the same people and the others skipped over). If you removed the very sporadic, non-sexual tension build up "sexy" scenes, this would be a fantastic YA series. I am going to finish the series but I think I would look elsewhere for the "romance" genre.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jacquie Stewart

    Weakest of the series so far. I didn't connect with Ari at all and if felt really rushed. Odin is downright annoying. I'm hoping book 4 picks up the pace and brings back some of the magic of the 1st 2 books Weakest of the series so far. I didn't connect with Ari at all and if felt really rushed. Odin is downright annoying. I'm hoping book 4 picks up the pace and brings back some of the magic of the 1st 2 books

  14. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    This story just keeps getting more exciting, dangerous and it is full of action, adventure, romance and love. There are multiple POV's that keep the story interesting and fresh. We have the four male gods, Loki, Thor, Hod and Baldur, who are romantically linked to their Valkyrie Aria. We have a female goddess, Freya, who is also Odin's wife, working and fighting also side of the five of them. As we read in the last episode, Loki, Thor, Hod, Baldur and Aria have a magical link between them. It ma This story just keeps getting more exciting, dangerous and it is full of action, adventure, romance and love. There are multiple POV's that keep the story interesting and fresh. We have the four male gods, Loki, Thor, Hod and Baldur, who are romantically linked to their Valkyrie Aria. We have a female goddess, Freya, who is also Odin's wife, working and fighting also side of the five of them. As we read in the last episode, Loki, Thor, Hod, Baldur and Aria have a magical link between them. It makes them a greater force when they fight together than separate. Odin is pleased with this development and wants to see them develop it to the maximum potential. Being around Odin has caused resentful, confusing memories for each of the team members. Odin acts like the all-knowing one, but he does not take into consideration the possible contributions his sons or his wife could offer. Right now, one of the deadliest giants, Surt is waging war against Odin and the gods. Surt has been gathering an army of the undead and has coaxed the dark elves into helping him. Aria started to question why had the dark elves turned against Asgard when in the past there was a tentative peace and there had been trade between them. She got the team wondering also. Little by little each one took it upon themselves to delve deeper into the problems. They were beginning to question Odin's dictates. As information came trickling in, they find that the gods have neglected the other realms and the occupants had no choice but to join Surt. With all this new information coming from the dark elves and the giants, the gods and the Valkyrie were able to begin a plan of attack to thwart the impending war. They were able to gain the dark elves alliance and also have the giants working in their favor thanks to Thor. Also, if you read the last episode you were introduced to Muninn the Raven. She became a powerful enemy and had imprisoned the team and mentally and emotionally tortured them. Now that the team was free and in Asgard, they realized that Muninn could be a powerful ally. It was Odin who would need to reach out to Muninn and make things right with her. Odin also had to deal with Aria having an extraordinary amount of influence over Loki, Thor, Hod and Baldur. The guys also had to deal with themselves and their painful memories of their past in relation to Odin. Will Odin be able to come around and see what he is missing? Will the guys fall apart around Odin? There is so much going on in this episode that you don't want to miss. I highly recommend this book. I wait with bated breath for the fourth and final episode. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Note: I was given a copy of this book and I voluntary give this review. The reverse harm that's full of mythology, the Their Dark Valkyrie series continues on with the adventure in Falling for Gods the third book in the series. This book finds Aria and her fellow gods in Asgard trying to come up with a viable plan to stop Surt from conquering Midgard. However that is not the only problem, besides Asgard and Midgard the other worlds are failing and with the gods past dredged up and Odin keeping hi Note: I was given a copy of this book and I voluntary give this review. The reverse harm that's full of mythology, the Their Dark Valkyrie series continues on with the adventure in Falling for Gods the third book in the series. This book finds Aria and her fellow gods in Asgard trying to come up with a viable plan to stop Surt from conquering Midgard. However that is not the only problem, besides Asgard and Midgard the other worlds are failing and with the gods past dredged up and Odin keeping his plans to himself it hard to get a reasonable attack plan started. Their are hurt feeling and mistrust brewing with Odin and it looks like it's up to Ari to set the gods on the right path before the even began to fight this battle. It was interesting to have Odin join the story halfway through. Aria was created by the other gods and she now has a bond with Freya and an even deeper bond with Hod, Loki, Baldur and Thor. She was created by the four males and has built relationships with all of them, they have already a certain dynamic and to see how Aria reacts to Odin is interest and the way he reacts to her is just as interesting. 🙂 Aria has more grown quite a bite from the first book, she takes charge of things even though this was the gods world first, she speaks her mind and tries to find solutions. Aria has even grown to trust them even more than she has in the past, she more self-assured and it's nice to see the relationships grow. Aria wasn't the only one two grow, because of her each of her gods has grown too. Hod is more gentler, Thor tries to do something besides fight, Baldur lets some of his darkness out and Loki, well he is "trying" not to stir the pot as much. I would love to go into more detail but I don't want to give anything away. I love the dynamic between the group and the mythology is good I just wish I could have been introduced to other worlds or more gods, that would have been interesting. What can I say I have a love of Norse mythology. I also would love to know what happen to the other gods that is a mystery I would love having the answer to by the next book. Falling for Gods is a good continuation to the Their Dark Valkyrie series that is fulled with action, adventure, sexy times, magic and family drama. It was a quick read that I really enjoyed and I look forward to seeing how it all ends in the final book, Waking the Gods. Overall 4.5 stars

  16. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    I thought this one improved from book 3, earning a 4-4.5 stars from me. Like a lot of the other reviews, definitely wanted to reach into the book and hit Odin upside his head, or his good eye haha. He was making things way more difficult than it had to be and he just needed to get over it to help keep the worlds together, think about others besides who held him in captivity all these years. Surt's army keeps growing and the Gods and their allies come together to put a major roadblock in there pl I thought this one improved from book 3, earning a 4-4.5 stars from me. Like a lot of the other reviews, definitely wanted to reach into the book and hit Odin upside his head, or his good eye haha. He was making things way more difficult than it had to be and he just needed to get over it to help keep the worlds together, think about others besides who held him in captivity all these years. Surt's army keeps growing and the Gods and their allies come together to put a major roadblock in there plans, but based on the cliffhanger at the end of book 3, it's not over yet. In this book we get to see more relationships mend and more developments in the romance department (not a lot, still a medium burn series in my opinion). The steamy scenes that were in here were very good (looooved the twin moment - sorry spoiler, only one I promise haha). I loved how Aria helped Baldur the most in this story, along with Loki and Hod. Thor didnt need much helping, but her being constant with him and his rock was good. I loved the development with the raven and I think I saw she might have gotten her own short story somewhere, gonna have to go look for it! I liked the resolution with Odin and everyone, still have a lot to go for everyone to be ok with one another, but things are starting to be patched up and hopefully creating more cohesiveness before the major confrontation. One thing that I am not sure is going to be mentioned in book 4 is Baldur's development and admission in book 3. I feel like that was a huge issue and then we forgot about it. Guess we shall see if its touched upon in the 4th and final book. Narration was awesome in this one, would have given a 5 stars for it. I could feel the emotion from the characters, both did a great job getting into the heads of the characters and making them come to life. Especially with their frustration with Odin, Odin's stubborn ways, and Aria's admission of starting to love these gods. I wish I had book 4, have to wait tunic my subscription lets me download it in June gahhh. Can't wait to finish up this awesome series ❤️

  17. 4 out of 5

    Mandy Parmenter

    Aria Watson is a Valkyrie and as her powers grow she becomes closer to her four gods in their home of Asgard. Her hopes of a quiet life and time to enjoy their company is not likely as the power hungry giant Surt is determined to take over the world and Odin seems to have become fatalistic about how this whole situation will end. Ari and her gods have many battles and negotiations with the different parties involved in the conflict. Will they succeed so she can have the quiet life she would quit Aria Watson is a Valkyrie and as her powers grow she becomes closer to her four gods in their home of Asgard. Her hopes of a quiet life and time to enjoy their company is not likely as the power hungry giant Surt is determined to take over the world and Odin seems to have become fatalistic about how this whole situation will end. Ari and her gods have many battles and negotiations with the different parties involved in the conflict. Will they succeed so she can have the quiet life she would quite like to have or will something happen to change things? Wow - lots of danger and drama in this instalment of the series. I loved the way Ari's relationship with the gods was developing and how they were all having distinct features in how their personalities developed and matched. Ari became a strong woman and who knew what she wanted and went for it in this book no matter who she needed to talk to to get it. I loved the way she was able to persuade all the different people to see her way of thinking and adapt to the situations she found herself in. The knowledge of mythology and the gods involved by the author was very detailed and all that knowledge made this book and the rest of the series very rich and full of detail. Well written it was easy to understand and fell the frustrations, thoughts and emotions of the characters.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Summer

    Four Stars This book was well written however I lost a bit of interest for the middle half of it. I have every confidence the last book will be fantastic. The following is a breakdown of how I typically rate books. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This rating I usually give to books that have an engaging plot with fully developed characters. I was able to emotionally connect with the feelings of the characters. This rating also conveys awesome editing! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone interested in read Four Stars This book was well written however I lost a bit of interest for the middle half of it. I have every confidence the last book will be fantastic. The following is a breakdown of how I typically rate books. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This rating I usually give to books that have an engaging plot with fully developed characters. I was able to emotionally connect with the feelings of the characters. This rating also conveys awesome editing! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone interested in reading it. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ A book that I give four Stars typically has too many typos for me to feel it gets five stars. It may have some facts that don't line up with previous descriptions in the story. ⭐️⭐️⭐️ A three star rating is for books that have a fair amount of editing needs. I probably felt this book was an enjoyable read and found it entertaining. I wouldn't discourage anyone who is interested in reading it. ⭐️⭐️ This is a book that I wouldn't put a recommendation on, in fact I would pass and choose something I was more interested in reading. ⭐️ I can't remember ever rating a book one star. I feel an author had to have put too much of themselves into a book to ever deserve one star from me.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kimmie

    Holly hell that was an awesome book! This is an extraordinary story, and this is the tird book in the series. It is so completely well written and thought through as all the books have been. I am so ready for the next book. Especially with that cliffhanger. This is Ari and the Asguardens continuing story. With Odin back and preparing for war, things get a little hairy. Odin is in a mood and not a good one. He will not even entertain ideas that are not his own. He has foreseen it so it makes no d Holly hell that was an awesome book! This is an extraordinary story, and this is the tird book in the series. It is so completely well written and thought through as all the books have been. I am so ready for the next book. Especially with that cliffhanger. This is Ari and the Asguardens continuing story. With Odin back and preparing for war, things get a little hairy. Odin is in a mood and not a good one. He will not even entertain ideas that are not his own. He has foreseen it so it makes no difference. Now it is up to Ari to show him he is not always right and what has been foreseen can be changed. And with her and her men working together they may just have a chance to defeat Surt the evil giant. And Thor and Hod have a plan for help. Let's just hope it all works. Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like it when you do; they value your opinions too.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alisha Thompson

    Bring it on! It’s taken me such a long time finishing this book not because I didn’t like it but because I was easily distracted. Ari’s relationship with her Asgardian Gods is only getting stronger and when they’re together their powers are unstoppable. They’ve retrieved Odin but after what has been revealed by Munnin there is a bit of healing required in order to find trust in him again. Allies are being made, battle plans are drawn up but something is not quite right, will our heroes survive?! I Bring it on! It’s taken me such a long time finishing this book not because I didn’t like it but because I was easily distracted. Ari’s relationship with her Asgardian Gods is only getting stronger and when they’re together their powers are unstoppable. They’ve retrieved Odin but after what has been revealed by Munnin there is a bit of healing required in order to find trust in him again. Allies are being made, battle plans are drawn up but something is not quite right, will our heroes survive?! I like Ari she is slowly gaining more confidence in her relationship, she has more confidence and stands up against tyranny even if that happens to be Odin and leads her men to make their own decisions instead of being lead blindly. I like the adventure and action of this series and now that all books are available I can read them one after another. I will say there are some parts I skimmed over to get through quicker in the end because you could read between the lines.

  21. 5 out of 5

    MaD

    Eva gives us another fantastic installment in this reverse harem series. Aria's strength and backbone took no prisoners ..including Odin! I loved that she got in his face and call him out..not afraid to stand up to the gods and the Allfather. Once again, I enjoy the author's take on Loki - usually seen as the prankster and causing trouble - but, here, he seems sometimes as lost, uncertain, and seeking...something..as we all are. Sure the mischievous elements are there, but he is so much more. Th Eva gives us another fantastic installment in this reverse harem series. Aria's strength and backbone took no prisoners ..including Odin! I loved that she got in his face and call him out..not afraid to stand up to the gods and the Allfather. Once again, I enjoy the author's take on Loki - usually seen as the prankster and causing trouble - but, here, he seems sometimes as lost, uncertain, and seeking...something..as we all are. Sure the mischievous elements are there, but he is so much more. The strength of Ari's relationship with each of her gods shone through brightly. She sees and understands parts of them that they may not even realize themselves - deepening their love and commitment to each other. But..it seems Surt is resilient and their work is anything but finished! Can't wait for the continuation! I received and ARC and am voluntarily leaving a review

  22. 5 out of 5

    The Mysterious Reader

    Oh Dear Lord am I ever loving Eva Chase’s hot and wonderful reverse harem urban fantasy mashup, Their Dark Valkyire. I’ve been looking forward to book 3, Falling for Gods, and it’s even better than anticipated (and I’d already set a pretty darn high bar of anticipation). Aria Watson is a simply superb leading lady and her four Norse gods? Totally yummy. But as (very much) fun as the reverse harem elements are, what makes this tale (and series) is how wonderful is his well the urban fantasy is do Oh Dear Lord am I ever loving Eva Chase’s hot and wonderful reverse harem urban fantasy mashup, Their Dark Valkyire. I’ve been looking forward to book 3, Falling for Gods, and it’s even better than anticipated (and I’d already set a pretty darn high bar of anticipation). Aria Watson is a simply superb leading lady and her four Norse gods? Totally yummy. But as (very much) fun as the reverse harem elements are, what makes this tale (and series) is how wonderful is his well the urban fantasy is done and how fine the Norse mythological elements are woven into it. Truly grand and a total fun-blast to read. But for the fact that I’m literally dictating this review my husband from my hospital bed I could go on and on with praises - the book definitely deserves it. Since I can’t do that I will simply note that the book is most definitely one to read, and it is easy to highly recommend.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    This is an Absolutely Excellent addition to the series! Surt is gaining allies and an army to claim Asgard and Midgard for his own. What a mess that would be. Aria and her gods must try to stop him before it is too late. Mending fences isn't as easy as you might think and the other worlds are failing fast. Will Odin continue on his destructive path or will he see the truth in time? This was a big story with a lot of things happening. Man did the Author leave us with a humongous cliffhanger! And t This is an Absolutely Excellent addition to the series! Surt is gaining allies and an army to claim Asgard and Midgard for his own. What a mess that would be. Aria and her gods must try to stop him before it is too late. Mending fences isn't as easy as you might think and the other worlds are failing fast. Will Odin continue on his destructive path or will he see the truth in time? This was a big story with a lot of things happening. Man did the Author leave us with a humongous cliffhanger! And there is only one more book to boot! I just can't believe it is already time for the series to come to a close. Maybe there will be some additional novellas or something. I was gifted an ARC in return of an honest review.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Fritz PA

    Holy little god babies!! What a terrifying cliffhanger!! Just when you think the crew can catch a moments rest, in comes.... well you'll just have to read this for yourself!! I love how Aria is challenged almost constantly. She is forever having to push herself and morph into this new existence. She is fiery and fierce and isn't going to even let the Allfather brush her aside. I seriously could not squeal more when Aria and a god or two decide to let loose. Ms. Chase can pen one hot and heavy sc Holy little god babies!! What a terrifying cliffhanger!! Just when you think the crew can catch a moments rest, in comes.... well you'll just have to read this for yourself!! I love how Aria is challenged almost constantly. She is forever having to push herself and morph into this new existence. She is fiery and fierce and isn't going to even let the Allfather brush her aside. I seriously could not squeal more when Aria and a god or two decide to let loose. Ms. Chase can pen one hot and heavy scene!! Add in the powers that the Norse guys can emply and oh my!! This was even more brilliant than it's predecessors and the plot was happening nonstop!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Paige T

    Another great addition to this fantastic series!! Ari has really grown since the first book and gained a lot more confidence, so it was really good seeing her standing up and questioning the Gods, even Odin, and offering alternate perspective on things to try and neutralize some of their enemies. Now that Ari's men know the truth about Loki and Odin's involvement in a lot of past actions and decisions, they are a bit more tentative and accepting of Loki; so it's easy to picture that in time they m Another great addition to this fantastic series!! Ari has really grown since the first book and gained a lot more confidence, so it was really good seeing her standing up and questioning the Gods, even Odin, and offering alternate perspective on things to try and neutralize some of their enemies. Now that Ari's men know the truth about Loki and Odin's involvement in a lot of past actions and decisions, they are a bit more tentative and accepting of Loki; so it's easy to picture that in time they might all get along well together as a group. We also see how the dynamics of the group change with Odin back and in charge, and whether they blindly follow his directions or start to question what might actually be best for all realms. The storyline was amazing, and I can't wait to see what happens in the next book! Hoping Ari can work out seeing Petey in future too!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Bullock

    Love this Series Holy crap this book is amazing!!!! I love that all the characters has so many levels of depth to their development, in this book we explored the darkness in Hod and the kindness and loyalty of Loki, Thor’s wit- the opposites of what they are know to be. Loved the relationships growing between the gods and Aria. The conflicting feels about Odin, he is such a frustrating character. I loved how the plot changed direction with the Dark Elves. I absolutely cannot wait for book 4, even Love this Series Holy crap this book is amazing!!!! I love that all the characters has so many levels of depth to their development, in this book we explored the darkness in Hod and the kindness and loyalty of Loki, Thor’s wit- the opposites of what they are know to be. Loved the relationships growing between the gods and Aria. The conflicting feels about Odin, he is such a frustrating character. I loved how the plot changed direction with the Dark Elves. I absolutely cannot wait for book 4, even though I am sad that it will be the last in this series.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kerasia

    Another exceptional and awesome book. Ari is getting more confident to her powers and in her relationships to the Gods. Things develop and when they work together no one can stop them. But the worlds are falling apart, and they need to figure out why, and things are not always as they seem. I really love this series, it has action, drama, passion and a lot of interesting characters. This just keeps getting better............already waiting for the next. I recieved this book as a gift and are volun Another exceptional and awesome book. Ari is getting more confident to her powers and in her relationships to the Gods. Things develop and when they work together no one can stop them. But the worlds are falling apart, and they need to figure out why, and things are not always as they seem. I really love this series, it has action, drama, passion and a lot of interesting characters. This just keeps getting better............already waiting for the next. I recieved this book as a gift and are voluntarily submitting this review.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jocelyn LeDonne

    I love this series. Ari is such a strong and honest character even when things or people around her are not. Loki, Thor, Baldur and Hod are amazing too and I really like how all of their relationships are getting stronger. They are working together to stop Surt and finding another way besides just blindly following Odin. They try to repair relationships between other gods, dark elves, giants and Munin. Will Ari and the gods be able to save Asgard and Midgard? I can't wait to find out what is goi I love this series. Ari is such a strong and honest character even when things or people around her are not. Loki, Thor, Baldur and Hod are amazing too and I really like how all of their relationships are getting stronger. They are working together to stop Surt and finding another way besides just blindly following Odin. They try to repair relationships between other gods, dark elves, giants and Munin. Will Ari and the gods be able to save Asgard and Midgard? I can't wait to find out what is going to happen in the final book!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Lourdes VaSre

    This series kind of stalled for me. 1st book was great. 2nd book I had to fight to finish because it was the same thing over and over again and this third book was just blah. I found myself skipping over large sections (mainly battles and surprisingly some of the sexy times). I lost interest in the overall plot and was disappointed that the third book was not the final book. I try to make an effort to complete a series I’ve gotten this far in but I can’t bring myself to read the fourth and final This series kind of stalled for me. 1st book was great. 2nd book I had to fight to finish because it was the same thing over and over again and this third book was just blah. I found myself skipping over large sections (mainly battles and surprisingly some of the sexy times). I lost interest in the overall plot and was disappointed that the third book was not the final book. I try to make an effort to complete a series I’ve gotten this far in but I can’t bring myself to read the fourth and final book. I don’t really care what happens to Aria and her Norse gods. Unfortunate but true.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Laura Cozicar

    I keep trying to find a way to express how much I enjoyed this book and words seem to fail me! Aria and her gods have been through a lot and it isn’t over yet! They have Odin back in Valhalla, but he’s hiding something! I loved how they have learned to bond their powers and work together to battle Surt and his army! With so much left in the story, I can’t believe Eva can fit it all into one more book! I received a free copy and was asked to give an honest review.

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