Bickering frenemies Meg and Shar are doing some serious damage at a midnight sample sale when the fashionistas find themselves arguing over a pair of shoes - with fatal consequences. One innocent bystander later, the girls are suddenly at the mercy of Hades, Lord of the Underworld himself. To make them atone for what they've done, Hades forces the teens to become special-assignment Sirens, luring to the Underworld an individual whose unholy contract is up.
Finding that delicate balance between their fashion addiction and their new part-time job in the eternal hellfire biz turns out to be harder than Meg and Shar expected, especially when an entire pantheon of Greek deities decides to get involved. Then there's the matter of the fine print in their own contracts…
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Cat fight turned friendship w/ mythological twist
Fashion, friends and gods
I loved the friendship that formed in this book and all of the mythology that was cleverly used to form that friendship. The girls are so different but somehow they find a way to work together. In the beginning (if this were enacted with dolls) it's like Barbie and and a monster high doll meet and fight over ken... Although you might be surprised who wins. The character 'eg reminds me of myself a bit and I immediately connected with that character and looked forward to her chapters.
Meg was my favorite. Char was to perky and pink for me. I related with Meg immediately and couldn't wait for her next part. She reminds me of myself a lot and I really connected with Amanda's performance of the character.
I think it would have to be Jeremy or Hades. Jeremy because I can not get Char out of my head calling him sweet jeans. And what love interest that starts as a love triangle isn't memorable? And Hades because he starts all the trouble! He is always involved and popping up unexpectedly. He is the start of how you know this is not just a normal story about friendship. Without him... There is no story!
Good book overall and a great narration!