Cecil Slater is a technopath and the only one in the Hall of Heroes that can physically enter the digital world. One night, an unexpected glitch while setting out on a routine patrol of the digital world changes the trajectory of his life forever.
River’s grandmother always told him to keep away from witches and their kind, especially after his mother disappeared without a trace one day. He’s not convinced they’re all bad, and besides, his one and only friend in the world is a Warlock and he’s never had any bad experiences with Wyn. Little does he know that his life is about to change in a way that he never would have anticipated.
The consequences of Corey’s encounter with Hari become apparent and Corey and Marcus are reunited in the aftermath.
With his brothers too busy fucking like jackrabbits through the entire male population of the Earth, Hades is left in charge of godly affairs up on Olympus since Hera, after her messy split with Zeus, has gone on to a more fulfilling marriage and wants nothing to do with the crown.
His only option is to leave his beloved Iron Prince, Perseus, in charge of the Underworld. With Ares agitating for war and the unbelievable amount of work that it would require from the ruler of the Underworld, Hades does what he believes is necessary: he gives Ares a lesson that only the Lord of the Underworld could.
Rob escapes small town life when he receives an invitation from a prestigious institution in Scotland to study there. He is glad for his newfound freedom, but soon regrets not paying closer attention to the rules of the Aurelius Academy for Arts and Sciences.
Corey learns of a more sinister facet of his powers, and finds out that he’s less of a goodie-two-shoes than he realizes.
Two weeks have passed since the Tether building incident, and while the supervillains seem to have been twiddling their thumbs following the failed plot, Corey has been quite busy moving along in his relationship with the blue-eyed man Marcus.