From Gods (Descendant Prophecies Book 1)

By: Mary Ting

To Amanda Wright: Thank you for believing in my story. Your support was the reason From Gods was written. Most of all, thank you for being my friend.

To Mary’s Angels, my street team: Your eagerness to get my books out there is amazing. Your dedication, time, and friendship are much appreciated. I would be lost without you all. Extra thanks times a million to Elliot McMahon and Janie Iturralde for all you do. Angel hugs!!!

For my beta readers: Jane Soohoo, Elliot McMahon, Janie Iturralde, Michele Luker, and Mindy Janicke. You are the best! I appreciate your honesty and your friendship. Love!!!

To Vanessa Strickler for running the From Gods fan page: I’m so honored! You rock!

Ginormous thanks and hugs to my blog friends. I can’t thank you enough for all your support and for loving From Gods. Thank you to all my old and new friends I’ve met through Facebook. Thank you for reading my books and for all your support. I am speechless and forever grateful.

“A fast paced adventure full of mystery, action, magic and romance! Readers won’t be able to put this book down!” —InD’tale Magazine

“A story that is Electrifying with love. Get ready to be shocked!” —Janie, Crossangels

“From Gods takes mythology to a whole new level of imagination with its incredible plot and amazing characters. It’s full of hotness that you never want to end!” —Michele, Insane About Books

“From Gods by the AMAZING AUTHOR Mary Ting is OMGods good!! If you even LIKE Greek Mythology, set aside some time because you will DEVOUR Mary Ting's Demi Gods and Vultures!!!” —Mindy, Books Complete Me

“This book is ‘electric’ as it blends paranormal romance, mythology (which I love), action and suspense together for an amazing read. Mary Ting, you’ve done it again! This book exceeded my expectations and I was literally blown away as if I were struck by lightning!” —Vanessa, Fairiechick’s Fantasy Book Reader

“Get ready for an action packed suspenseful ride through this story. Mythology at its best and electric characters. This one will leave you begging for more!” —Brittany, Spare Time Book Blog

“This was just the jolt I needed! Mary Ting offers us mythology fans her own electrifying spin on Demi-God Greatness filled with suspense, comedy, romance, & mystery! I am officially a From Gods Fan! Can. Not. Wait. For. More.” —Jeni's Bookshelf

“One of those books you can't stop reading. Amazing, magical, tender and at the same time incredibly sexy. A must read!” —Anncleire, Please Another Book

“With his stunning good looks, dark mysterious nature and his knack for saving her life, how could Skylar not fall for Mason. The question is, can she break through the wall surrounding his heart while her life is at risk again and again.” —Ellie, EllieSewSweet

She remembered it clearly, as if it happened yesterday . . . the day her dad left and never came home. Skylar was only eight years old at the time, but she never forget how it felt like her whole world had been taken from her.

“Mommy, where’s Daddy? Why isn’t he home?” Skylar asked as they cuddled in bed.

“Skylar, I’m going to tell you something, and I want you to be a brave big girl,” she said nervously, lacing her fingers through Skylar’s hair.

“Did something happen to Daddy?” Skylar asked, feeling her heart pound faster.

“Daddy can’t come home. He had to go away.”

Skylar knew what her mom meant, but she needed to be sure. Needing to go away meant he would come back home, eventually. “What do you mean? Will he be home for Christmas?”

“Sky—” Mom started to say, but she was unable to finish as Skylar started to throw a tantrum. Skylar didn’t mean to, but a feeling in the pit of her stomach alerted her that something was terribly wrong.

“Don’t call me Sky.” She jumped out of bed, knowing at that moment that her fears had come true. “Only Daddy calls me Sky.” She looked out the window and recalled how her dad had told her that she was beautiful, like the sky. It was the reason why they had named her Skylar. Her dad had given her that name.

Skylar started to calm down after seeing the beauty of the night and took in a deep breath. “Is he . . . dead?” Her fists were tight as she prepared for the news.

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