Secrets of Savannah Sacrifice (Secret #4)

All right… It’s post #4!!!

For those of you who haven’t followed: For the next four weeks, I will be giving readers a song and a secret about the book!

Savannah Sacrifice carries many, many secrets. Some of the secrets are fun, some are deliciously wicked, but guaranteed you will love them all! So, grab a seat, remember to follow (and put in for the giveaways) and get ready to learn more about Savannah Sacrifice!

Please feel free to leave me a comment. And if you’ve read the book and it has made you think of a song (or something equally amazing), leave me a comment! I will be stopping by each stop, and I will post each participating entry on my Facebook/Twitter page!

(You can learn other secrets about Savannah Sacrifice by checking out last week’s post!)

So have fun!

Today’s Secret: Asclepius’s confession about his history, in which Zeus kills him for the resurrection of Hippolytus, is true. Artemis paid Asclepius to raise her lover. You can learn more here:

Epione and Asclepius were married in Greek mythology. They had nine children together: six daughters and three sons.

Figure 1-3: The Character reference for Epione and images of Asclepius

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Figure 4: Asclepius’s Temple (Cos, Greece)



Today’s Song: You are going to love this song! I don’t think it needs much in the way of introduction, but it certainly epitomizes Asclepius and his wife.

(I Got a Woman, Ray Charles)

I am looking forward to seeing you at the next stop!

Thank you for all the love and support,

Danica Winters

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