I Can See You by Lisa Oliver

Title: I Can See You

Series: The Gods Made Me Do It 05

Author: Lisa Oliver

Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy, MPreg

Length: Novel (201 Pages)

Publisher: (March 15, 2019)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: 💖💖💖💖💖 5 Hearts

Blurb: Artemas, known as the academic son of Poseidon, spent much of his time trying to work out how the Fates decided who was to be mated to whom. With the fall of his brothers, his father, and others in their close circle, he was worried he’d be next in line and the last thing he wanted or needed was a mate. But his uncle Zeus pulled him away from his studies with a special project for him – the retrieval of a book from an auction. A very special book by all accounts; the only known written record from the god Silvanus, one of the originals who hadn’t been heard from for decades. Unable to resist a good book mystery, Artemas agrees to leave Poseidon’s library long enough to bid on it.

Silvanus had spent fifty years in deep despair over what was happening to the world. He’d been alone since the beginning of time, and when his depression reached breaking point, he pleads with the Fates to remove him from the tapestry of life. Telling him it was impossible, the Fates agreed to a promise instead. Silvanus would find his mate and the love his heart hoped for. Seeking to regain his book, after it’d been sold at an auction, Silvanus lands in a hotel room, meeting his fated promise face-to-face. Unfortunately, their first meeting was not the romantic event Silvanus had hoped for.

It’s soon clear Artemas’s emotional baggage wasn’t the only threat to their possible mating. A meddling god is on the loose, and when Odin and Loki are ruled out as possible suspects, only one other god comes to mind. Throw in the fact that Thor was due to give birth any minute, and Artemas and Silvanus have to work together in more ways than one. Will Silvanus ever get the time to heal the pain in Artemas’s heart, or will the meddling god take everything they have and more?


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Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in The Gods Made Me Do It collection features a different romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. This story is connected to the Cloverleah Pack.

Artemas is the son of Poseidon and Throth although he wishes most times he wasn’t. Throth basically dropped him off at Poseidon’s and never looked back. Which wouldn’t have been so bad had Poseidon wanted anything to do with him. Over a thousand years have past and Poseidon was getting better at it, now that he had the twin cuties. However even as time has past his pain was still there. So when he goes to bid on a book by a quite older god, a god that was thought of as being gone, imagine his look when Silvanus shows up.

Silvanus is basically older than life itself and has finally been given the gift of a mate. A mate that has much pain in his heart and doesn’t believe that what they could have would be possible. It is going to take some patience and luck to get through. However someone is out to either get the book or his mate. The threat is real they just have to figure it out.

I have always loved this author’s work and this book didn’t let me down. Action packed with enough excitement to keep me smiling for hours. It is perfect for that day you just need a pick me up. I wasn’t to surprised about who was behind it all but you might be. The characters were quite quirky and definitely hot, although Artemas was a bit off in my minds. However with his past life I can see why. I think I got a big kick out of him the most. Silvanus just seem to go with the flow.

I had a blast reading this and can’t wait to see what the next story has going on. I can guarantee that this is one of those stories that will be read many times over.

I would definitely recommend it.

Riding The Storm by Lisa Oliver

Title: Riding The Storm

Series: The Gods Made Me Do It 04

Author: Lisa Oliver

Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy

Length: Novella (168 Pages)

Publisher: Lisa Oliver (September 15, 2018)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: 💖💖💖💖💖 5 Hearts

Blurb: Thor, Norse god of the storms, was extremely frustrated Lasse was making a heap of excuses to back out of all the fun activities they used to do before Lasse’s mate, Jason, got pregnant. It wasn’t as though he objected to his best friend finding his true mate, it’s just he didn’t think Lasse should worry himself gray over the things Jason enjoyed doing. And okay, maybe the storm over Manhattan wasn’t strictly necessary, but… who was that man who glowed in the rain? Yep, glowed.

Orin Green is a loner who keeps his head down and lives for his work. A strong believer in the ancient gods all his life, he has no problems splashing through the rain when Thor is throwing his temper around. He’s got other things on his mind. Like why Professor Foggerty hates him so much and just what is the secret of the book Foggerty wants translated? When things get out of hand and Orin’s attacked in his own apartment, the last person he thought would burst through his wards was Thor. It’s a shame the sexy god had to spoil his image by opening his mouth.

A magic book, a missing father, and Poseidon himself prepared to be a guinea pig? Orin’s life is suddenly turned completely upside down and through the middle of it all he has to contend with Thor’s efforts to be the mate he dreamed of.


Product Link: Amazon US | Amazon UK

Reviewer: Lisa

Review: Each book in the The Gods Made Me Do It collection features a new romantic couple. To enjoy the overall story arc and crossover characters, I would recommend reading the series in sequential order. This series is connected to the Cloverleah Pack series so you might want to read those books first.

If you ever want to see a god protect his ass, read this book because the ending will have you laughing your ass off. And when I say protect his ass, I do mean his ass. Orin is part cat and part elf so magic is his way of life. When one of the professors asks him to look at a book, imagine his surprise when the book is of his linage. A book that the professor shouldn’t of had and one that could summon a true god. So you can imagine what he did.

Thor is the Norse god of the storms and a complete ass sometimes. He has a temper and pretty much loves to fight. He can fight what is to come but it will kick his ass. He has found his true mate, a mate that is sweet and cute. A mate that might just surprise him in the end.

I had been hoping for a bit more danger from the idiot professor but what happened to him was perfect. Never piss off a god, well unless he is your mate. It was exciting and gave me everything I could want in a book. Talk about some action you can find your self in the mix of. Some hot sexy time and a weird book, I could find that I would love that. My attention never left this book and I have to admit that I wanted to read it again immediately. I also find that I want to go read the previous books again also.

I had a blast reading this and can not wait to get my hands on the next book. This is one series I would definitely recommend.

Get Over It by Lisa Oliver

Lisa Oliver - Get Over It CoverTitle: Get Over It

Series: The Gods made Me Do It #1

Author: Lisa Oliver

Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy 

Length: Novella (166 Pages)

Publisher:  Lisa Oliver (February 15, 2017)

Heat Level: Low

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts

Blurb:  Madison Worthington has worked hard to get to where he is. Thrown out of his pack at a young age, he finds his home in the San Antonio pack, eventually talking himself into a job as Damien’s PA. He doesn’t get the respect he’d hoped for, but he holds his head high as he works behind the scenes keeping Damien’s club and pack running smoothly. At night he dreams of a mate who will hold him in strong arms and love him just the way he is. Unfortunately, the Fates appear to have other plans.

Sebastian D’Eath, son of Thanatos the Angel of Death, has always known that the Fates would throw a mate in his path. He just didn’t realize he had to dive into flood waters to stop the man from drowning. But no matter how cute his mate might look as a drowned rat, Sebastian has his arguments ready. He doesn’t want a mate; won’t take a mate and no one can make him. However, he soon finds out the Fates have other plans for him, too.

Angry words lead to Madison being captured by a wolf with a sick mind. Salvation comes from an unlikely quarter, but Madison returns to the pack with a change of heart. He has some scores to settle and Sebastian is first in the firing line. Hellhounds, dinners and a red convertible – will Sebastian ever get the man he claimed he didn’t want? 


Product Link: https://www.amazon.com/Get-Over-Gods-Made-Book-ebook/dp/B06WRNV5XF

Reviewer: Lisa

Review:   This story is a spin off series from the Cloverleah Pack.  It is said that it could be read as a standalone, but I would suggest reading Cloverleah Pack series first.  You will get introduced to many of the characters that you will come across in this new series.

Madison had not had a very good childhood and it was until he was taken in by Damien’s pack that he was finding a bit of peace.  That didn’t mean shit went right for the man though, he was at first a sub for the man but now he was Damien’s PA.  Everything from small to huge fell on Madison’s shoulders.  Basically he ran the whole club, but because he was a sub no one took him seriously.  Some even called him frigid and stuck up, that is until, and well you’re just going to have to read the book.  Let me tell you more about his mate.

Sebastian is the son of Thanatos.  Now Thanatos is basically the angel of death and this sexy man has his own story added onto this amazing book.  But back to our pain in the ass Sebastian.  That man was going to throw his mate away, because his dumbass was in love with another, and get this that man has been dead for a very, very long time.  But fate knows what she is talking about and well Sebastian is going to have to kiss ass to make up for his screw-ups.  Want to know more, read this book.

I have read many stories by this author, and let’s just say this one was a hit just like the rest.  It has a serious tone to it, but the humor is found throughout.  I wanted to kick someone’s ass, but Madison did it for me.  I had quite a bit of fun reading this and would definitely recommend it.