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Wrath of The Gods

(The Titan's Saga #2)

4.34  ·  Rating details ·  2,295 ratings  ·  203 reviews

Maisey thought the worst thing to happen to her was Insta shaming or a midnight shift at the Crab Shack. Until she got dragged into the world of the gods.

Or more specifically, the world of one very annoying, bad at sarcasm, sex on legs, Titan.

Cronus was everything she never knew she wanted, or needed, in her life. And then he just left.

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Kindle Edition, 246 pages
Published April 30th 2020 by Independently Published
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Elise ✘ a.k.a Ryder's Pet ✘
⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱*Contain Spoilers*⋰⋱⋰⋱⋰⋱

Second book in the series picks up three weeks after the first book ended. The thing is, this series has potential, it does. However, the couple in it is actually, strangely, the thing that ruins the books for me. In book one, it started out pretty good with the male character trying to killed the female character. Enemies to lovers, or hate to love is themes I enjoy so I thought that was what we were gonna get. But Maisy started thinking about falling for Cronu
Mar 29, 2020 rated it liked it
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Michelle Fritz PA
Mar 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This was just as mighty and hilarious as the first book!! More epic hashtags, more hot titans and plotting gods, and more inner freakouts!! Just when you think Maisey had used all of the best of her hashtag skills, she ups her level. The back and forth of who had conflicts with whom was so entertaining and Maisey took each revelation with grace and understanding. Especially those that related to her boi, Cronus. I feel like Cronus redeemed himself pretty throughly in this book. Though it was cle ...more
Jul 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book was just as good as the first one. The story continues for Cronus and Maisey and picks up right where things left off in the first book. Cronus redeem himself says some swoon worthy things to help him do so. He and Maisey are a spectacular couple. They find themselves continuing the journey to save the world. I love how Maisey butchers some of the titans names at times. The addition of even more characters and their histories adds even more to be discovered. Cronus reveals his feelings ...more
Mar 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Well I devoured this book in a matter of hours, finishing just shy of midnight, so I think it's safe to say I love this book. Maisey is dealing with Cronus' abandonment, Cronus and the other Titans are chasing the remaining sins, Zeus is still a self-serving prick, and the world is slowly turning to custard #whatsnew #gohomesinsyouredrunk #notinvitedtotheparty ...more
Maisey is an endearingly shallow main character and I love her. She’s wanting her instagram likes and uses a ton of hashtags but I still like her and I’m rooting for her.
Jacquie Stewart
Mar 29, 2020 rated it really liked it
I honestly don't love this series and am only reading it because of the authors and the Greek gods and Titans. Literally the only reasons because I just don't like Maisey. I don't get her with Cronus at all and it takes too long for her to ditch the annoying ### everywhere
Aysha Coleman
Apr 07, 2020 rated it liked it
Better 3.5 ✨

My favorite part of this series has to be the hash tags. Maisey’s hash tags are hilarious. I also really enjoy that Maisey knows who she is. Her flaws, weaknesses, her strengths. She embraces all of herself and that is not something you find often in anybody.

It was pretty easy to tell that getting the sins and finding a box to store them in wasn’t going to be the end. Zeus is too power hungry for that to be the case. But I don’t understand how Zeus could possibly think he can contr
Steven Smithen
Mar 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
WOW! Book 2 was even better than I expected. Leia and Jaymin have delivered an amazing fast paced action packed adventure.

Wrath of the Gods picks up right where Releasing the Gods left us. Now Maisey, Cronus and the rest are after the remaining Sins while Zeus and the Greek Gods are doing everything in their power to stop the Titans.

Continuing from book 1 Leia and Jaymin give us some great one-liners, #'s and the best nickname ever. If you've read Releasing the Gods then you definitely must re
Maria Arnold
Mar 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
What do you get when you put Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve together? An absolutely fantastic and brilliant story!

Wrath of the Gods is the 2nd book of the Titan's Saga. And boy does it continue with a bang! After releasing Cronus from imprisonment and dragging her across the state, Cronus suddenly up and left Maisey alone. I absolutely love the chemistry Maisey and Cronus have, the story... it'll take your emotions on one amazing roller coaster ride! I couldn't put the book down! You have to read the
Oct 04, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: supernatural
- the ending of this book was exciting and l look forward to the next one.
- though the heroines social media obsession gets annoying, she is light hearted and can be funny. She is also mentally strong and not a damsel in distress.
- the side characters are fun.

- the middle dragged. A lot of time was spent on raising titans and repetitive. I started skimming through this part.
- I don’t understand why they don’t raise the titans after they die. The process doesn’t seem that hard so it see
Dec 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing

Another great book in the series the characters are all inspiring I love mazie and Cronus and their chemistry The UPS and Downs the two have to go through to get the sins back in control almost broke my heart. Especially towards the end where maisie and Cronus knew that some sacrifice was the only way to contain the sins and protect the whole world. Amazing story and will continue to find out if Maisie and Cronos will get there happy ever after.
Elle Middaugh
May 18, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I ♡ Jaymin & Leia!

These two are not only a dream team pair of authors, but they're also just incredible people in real life. To read the words they create together is pure magic! I love Maisey & Cronus so much, and I can't wait for the revenge in the third book!!!
Miss Sereena
May 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Oh my Cronus

This sequel brought a tear to my eye. I felt the heartache, the rejection, the loss. These ladies deffinately know how to pull on our heart strings. I'm not looking forward to this series ending.
Jan 03, 2021 rated it liked it
Okay this series is #ridiculous but ALSO #ridiculouslyfun hahah.
I can't wait to see what happens in the final book!
Jul 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great read

I loved this one more then the first, Maisey is definitely a stronger character. Her passion and love for Cronus and his titan family is strong and powerful! Kick some ass in the next book girl!
Tassi (Read Ramble Repeat)
Oh my words, I don't even know quite where to start. So I'll be just as surprised as you guys, as to where this will lead. As we have already established, when Jaymin is involved anything is possible!

You do realise rambling isn't as easy as it looks right? There's an art to it, I'm sure of it. And my art just went and flew out the window, stollen by this owl.

I know, what you're thinking. How Rude!

Anyways, let's see how well we can do without it and my brain! #FingersCrossed

me to my brain

So, al
Sara Oxton
Mar 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wrath of the Gods by Leia Stone and Jaymin Eve a five-star read that will bring its own wrath. This is number two in the Titan’s Saga and well all I can say is when is number three coming. I need me the next instalment!! Maisey really pulled it out of the bag this time, she was more hero and less hashtag this time, but she never lets go of her true self and I loved that I didn’t have a fave hashtag this time that I would be allowed to put in my review. I also want to find out more about Hepatiti ...more
Heather Gilbert
May 26, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal, ya-na, funny
Maisey, Maisey, Maisey.... what are we going to do with you? Irreverent, immature, impulsive and far too often vapid, this 'Gram hungry gal is back with a vengeance, and she's mourning the loss of Cronus. Or rather, the abandonment of Cronus, but don't tell her she's mourning... she's not ready to hear it, and it won't make the forced babysitting gig by Rhea (remember her? The EX-WIFE??) any better. 

Fortunately, or perhaps unfortunately, that little sidestep doesn't last long and soon enough Mas
Apr 12, 2020 rated it it was ok
Meh. Disappointing. I usually like the work that these authors publish, but the last few series have been ho-hum, cookie-cutter, and overdone. I ended up skimming a lot of this novel. The plot was set in the last book - the characters are hunting down the sins from pandora's box and getting into danger intermittently as those sins create havoc around the world. The characters didn't really evolve or grow. The relationship between Cronus and Maisey wasn't very deep and so I did not believe that t ...more
Payne’s Bookworm Reviews (Samantha Payne)
‘Wrath of the Gods’ is book two in the Co-Authored series Titan Saga by Jaymin Eve & Leia Stone. This continues on from book one ‘ Releasing the Gods’ so it’s highly recommended that you read ‘RTG’ prior to this. FYI this ends on a massive cliffhanger, that I can guarantee you will scream and curse the authors for.

Just when things were going well between Maisey and Cronus, the bond between them is broken and Maisey is back to her life, working at the Crab shack, hanging with her friends, an
Leanne Crabtree
I've borrowed this from the KU Library.

This starts a few months after the events of the last book. Maisey is trying to get on with life after being left by Cronus but it's hard to forget him when she fell hard for him in the time they were together and she's still wearing the necklace that holds some of the sins. When Hyperion comes back to get her so they can capture another sin, she's thrown straight back into the chaotic life of the Titans - and into Cronus' arms.

I did enjoy this one but not
Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews
Apr 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
You know when you read say... a gazillion books a year and a new book comes out in a series and you are so looking forward to it but your memory isn't what it used to be and you wonder if you just might have to flip through the previous book to remember what went down before you pick the new one up? Yeah, not necessary with The Titan's Saga. Jaymin Eve and Leia Stone literally tattooed Maisey and Cronus's story to my long term matter. I tore into Wrath of The Gods like a Rona hoarder in the Walm ...more
Kelly Fountain
Mar 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Leia Stone and Jaymin Even continue on with the series that has (gorgeous and hot) warriors, insane battles and a love story that blows reality out of the water.

Maisey’s world was just fine the way it was. Superficial maybe but it worked for her. Never letting anyone in meant she couldn’t hurt when they left. Like she did now. Cronus was annoying, angry and a hot, but being tethered to him meant massive amounts of time to fall. For him. A Titan. It was unbelievable and amazing. She had no idea
Jun 05, 2020 rated it liked it
I didn’t love this as much as I thought I would after the first book.

The whole ordeal with the Titans are still interesting of course. For someone who loves to read about mythology, I love the fact that I’m able to get a glimpse into the world of the Titans instead of the commonly-retold Olympians. I just wished the book actually referenced more of the actual characters back story in the mythology and their developments in this book other than the main protagonists, instead of just wasting more
May 07, 2020 rated it really liked it
The hashtags get a bit annoying and the storyline is so crazy and out there but despite those few flaws I really liked this book. I like Maisey and Cronus and even love all the other side characters. Maisey can seem annoying, but she cares a lot for people and animals. A lot of the things she does isn't because she's stubborn and strong willed, it's because she generally cares about people and putting herself in harm's way to save others. Yes, she's a millenial that cares too much about being in ...more
Mar 01, 2021 rated it did not like it
Having read a lot of Leia Stone's books, I have found some are amazing and others are eh and not great. Firstly, the narration voice is too immature for the content of this book, and it doesn't get better. The hashtags are absolutely annoying. I've only read this series because I love Greek mythology and wanted to see how the plot developed and how the bad Cronus would be painted as good. What was the last straw, though, was the encouragment as political reference to the sensation of hating the ...more
Amber Shepherd
Mar 31, 2020 rated it really liked it

Let's start with the bad....once again this book uses copious amounts of hashtags for literally no reason. They serve no purpose in the books, the plot, or anything of importance. The main character has her moments in this book as well. At times she's still very shallow and annoying....BUT....I also definitely saw growth in this book. She's aware of her own flaws and does try to fix them. If you can get past those 2 things, I think you'll really enjoy the books. The plot itse
Bookiechick  Reviews
Mar 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I did not want this to end!

An epic ride.

Emotions are high, it made me laugh, cry, gasp in surprise all of it.

I freaking love this series so much. The humour had me laughing out loud. Definitely some new insults to add to my list. Lol. The titan certainly has a way with words and making a girl swoon. Some tender moments that just got you all gooey.

Such an action filled second book it leaves you hanging by your fingernails with anticipation, suspense and excitement.

Love the world build. The mis
Lynn J
There is still #hashtags everywhere because that is just who Maisey is, a modern day girl living her best social media life, however she does show more depth in this instalment and we begin to see beneath the shallow veneer she has spent years cultivating. Lets not forget she shows amazing strength of character with how adaptable and accepting she is to the appearance of Titans and Gods in her existence.
Cronus was still a whole lot of hotness wrapped up in an alpha Titan and he is less of a grum
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Leia Stone is the USA TODAY bestselling author of the Matefinder series which is optioned for flim, and the Hive Trilogy. She lives in Arizona with her husband, two kids and her dog. When she is not chasing around her twin son and daughter, or writing, she has her nose shoved in a book. She wrote her first book when she was 23 years old. Keep reading and live with purpose.

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