I liked the idea; bunch of Greek gods descendants working at employment agency? Yep. Winner right there. I just found it difficult to connect (or even liked) Wynter until near the end.
I had to agree with one of the reviewers who said that Wynter was so blasé about life . I know that the blurb said that Wynter was a chronic quitter in work, life, and love, but I didn't think it would be this bad. I was hoping she sort of kicking ass when she landed the job at the Agency -- but she seemed like she didn't care enough with this chance she got. Oh, I know that she didn't have the best trainer and colleagues, what with people hating her even before she started the job, but still, there was something 'off' with Wynter's attitude to me.
At least until the book almost finished ... I loved when Wynter finally saw what was going on, and she took the initiatives, also making sure that her clients would succeed. I saw the potentials then. So maybe I would stick around to see what will happen with Wynter in the next book.