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Medusa Girls Series by Tera Lynn Childs

Grace, Gretchen & Greer, triplets separated since birth have different personalities but are tied together to face this challenge.

Series Title: Medusa Girls
Author: Tera Lynn Childs
Genres: Fantasy > Paranormal > Mythology
Read Format: Kindle Edition
Total Pages: 1,098
Reading Date: 25th November 2017 ~ 02nd December 2017

The Reading Order – How to Read Medusa Girls Series by Tera Lynn Childs

  • 1 Sweet Venom
  • 2 Sweet Shadows
  • 3 Sweet Legacy

When Grace moved to San Francisco to start a new life, she never thought that mythical creatures existed, let alone would be reunited with her other sisters, which she didn’t even know she had until fate brought them together to fulfil their destiny.

When they were born, their mother separated them and gave them away to keep them safe. Brought up in different family backgrounds, the triplet sisters, descendants of Medusa developed different personalities.

Grace was a computer geek, soft but couldn’t stand up for herself. Gretchen was tough and had been fighting off the monsters ever since her mentor trained her and saved her from living on the street.

Greer was the posh one, busy with her social commitments and always trying to please her guardian. It was only when they almost got killed that she was finally convinced about their heritage and joined her sisters.

With insufficient time to train and master their unique ability, they needed to rely on each other and learn to trust some allies they met along their journey. As the story progressed, they ventured forth into the monster world, fought their way to free their aunts from Olympus jail, faced betrayal and revealed some secrets from their loved ones.


I thought the ending was way too easy; their final war wasn’t challenging at all. From several Gods and Goddesses trying to kill them and all of a sudden, they all became allies.

There’s also a question still nagging in my brain about who gets to be mortal, and the conclusion feels like there’s a potential for more.

But it had been four years, so, I guessed that was it then. Anyway, I still loved the stories because any story with mythology twists never ceased to amaze me. I’m also glad that the author included some cuteness in the story. Oh, Sillus, I wish you were real, and I would love to meet you. “Sillus my friend.”


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