This is book three in the Monster M.A.S.H. series, but new readers will be able to pick up and start right away. The characters are engaging and likable, victims of the same foibles the rest of us mere mortals feel, making them pretty relatable — even if they are demigods at war. The mythos of Greek gods mixed with dragons and weres make for an interesting, unique story paranormal fans will love. If you are already a fan of Fox, you will be thrilled by this latest book.

The cease-fire between battling Immortals couldn’t last long, and so war breaks out again. Human surgeon Dr. Petra Robichaud is back in the thick of things and finds herself the main character in the Oracle’s latest prophecy. Apparently Petra’s ability to communicate with the dead is a commodity once again. And when her ex, Commander Galen of Delphi, shows up out of nowhere, it’s a major distraction to say the least. Her feelings of passion for the demigod never faded. Of course the timing of his reappearance could be better, as the wounded are filling the M.A.S.H unit and opposing Immortals are refining new weapons. Will their passion survive the cost of peace? (ST. MARTIN’S, Sep., 320 pp., $7.99)
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Terri Dukes