KISS ME, HEKATE!
Hekate's father is the most powerful mage in Ka'anan, so when lie commands her to murder the queen of Byblos and marry the king, she must obey or flee. When she learns from the seer Dionysos, whom she had hound herself to protect when he was an infant, that her father has summoned an otherworldly being to bespell her, she flees to the Caves of the Dead. There her father's magic is powerless.
But the Caws are barred by a spell of terror and revulsion. Enraged by her agony, Hekate swears she will punish her father-and is twice bound.
Before despair destroys her, Kabeiros rescues her by breaking the terrible spell, but Hekate cannot remain in the Caves. Unsatisfied, her bindings will kill her, and she must learn new magic far from her father's influence to loose them. Yet when she learns that Kabeiros cannot accompany her because he changes into a black dog; if he leaves the Caves, Hekate swears to free him from his curse-and is thrice bound.
"[Bull God] is a lavish, rich novel filled with the machinations of the gods, and the terrible implications their intrigues have on the world of mortal men and women. Gellis brings Aridane to life and portrays the Minotaur as victim as well as monster. Let's hope the world of fantasy can steal Gellis more often."
—Science Fiction Chronicals
"Ms. Gellis utterly captivates the reader . . . soul-stirring adventure . . . just the things for readers in search of something wonderful."
"Ms. Gellis has become an extraordinary mythteller. She's never been in finer form. Treasure this."
—The Paperback Forum