All blood lines of the muses meet together in one misfortunate young lady, destine to lo live the life of a modernised greek heroine.
The ability to move with frioctionless grace a beauty with any rythm would never be looked upon as a curse, nor would the ability to paint away ones emotion and vent modern angst and stresses through mediums of art, however these are symptoms of the soul. A soul of substance and depth nurtured within a body bound by genetics of the muse sisterhood, the women who inspired the ancient worlds poets, phillosophers and artists - and who apparently also 'tweeked' the world to hide the secrets of the past as legend and myth.
Leanna Parish 'suffers' from these symptoms and thus stirs up some conrtoversy in the ancient worlds few surviving links; however these links aren't alone. And those that the Greek heroes were quested to defeat may just lay in slumber and as the universe begins to unravel Leanna finds herself as the newest quested heroine of the ancient days, now working with a much more modernised coven of heroes, she herself becomes known as the Army of Forty's Greek idol hoping to stop the world from meeting a fate that only the gods stopped in the past; right before they were forgotten and destroyed.