Sons of Apollo- Series

In all of mythology the centaurs are cast as the villains; drunken, brawling, womanizers, but every villain is the hero of his own story.

Several generations have passed since the Oracle of Apollo prophesied that her sons would battle over a woman. Since that great Centauromachy (battle) the kentauroi (centaurs) have been driven from their homeland in Thessaly and scattered across Hellas. Some centaurs believe the herds should unite to take back their homeland by force if necessary. Palaimon, a descendant of Apollo, has another plan to redeem the centaur race.

There is also a coloring book featuring some of the original concept art for this series? It is available in the shop for purchase as a book or as individual coloring pages.

Pronunciation Guide- Sons of Apollo

Amymone (a-mi-mo-nee) Aristaios (ar-is-tie-us) Eurymachus (u-rim-ah-kus) Isoples (ī-so-pleez) Melankhaites (mel-an-kai-tayz) Melanippe (mel-uh-nip-ee) Melicertes (mel-i-cer-teez) Nais (nī-us) Nycteus (nik-tay-us) Palaimon (puh-lay-mon) Petraios (peh-try-us) Stilbe (still-bee)

Ixion’s Curse (Book 2)

After leaving Olympia with her centaur betrothed, falling in love becomes the least of Nais’ concerns as tensions escalate between her unhappy handmaids and the eagerly amorous herd.Forced to mediate rather than spend time with her equine champion, Nais’ diplomacy is tested when the company encounters another herd. While the women attempt an escape, Nais… Continue reading Ixion’s Curse (Book 2)