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Goddess of Spring (Goddess Summoning, #2)

Lina’s trendy bakery in Tulsa is proving to be less than lucrative, and she must come up with a plan. When she stumbles upon an Italian Goddess cookbook, Lina can’t help but think she’s found the answer to her problem—even if it means invoking a goddess to save her business.

Soon enough, Lina finds herself face-to-face with Demeter, who has a plan of her own. She proposes t

Soon enough, Lina finds herself face-to-face with Demeter, who has a plan of her own. She proposes that Lina exchange souls with Persephone, the Goddess of Spring, who will breathe new life into the bakery. In return, Lina must set order to the Underworld.

Before all this, Lina’s problems mostly involved sourdough and second dates. Now that she embodies the enchanting Persephone, Lina has weightier things on her mind—like the formidable task of bringing Spring to a world of spirits. But when the handsome, brooding Hades kindles a spark in her heart, Lina wonders if this Lord of the Underworld might be the man of her dreams.
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    Ana

    Oct 23, 2012

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Recommends it for:
    Mythology lovers
    Recommended to Ana by:
    Me, Myself and I

    “Ultimately, the body is just a shell; it is the soul which defines the man or woman, god or goddess.”

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    Hades.

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    I reread this book every couple of months. This might be my favorite series of all time. Goddess Summoning series offers a refreshing take on the ancient Greek myths. P.C. Cast managed to create heroines who are strong, independent, and don’t need a man to save them. Her heroes are badass, but appreciative and respectful of women. So if you love Hades, Apollo, Achilles and smexy merm


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    Hades.


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    I reread this book every couple of months. This might be my favorite series of all time. Goddess Summoning series offers a refreshing take on the ancient Greek myths. P.C. Cast managed to create heroines who are strong, independent, and don’t need a man to save them. Her heroes are badass, but appreciative and respectful of women. So if you love Hades, Apollo, Achilles and smexy mermen you’ll love these books. Highly recommended, especially Goddess of Spring, Goddess of Light, Warrior Rising (also known as Goddess of Troy) and Goddess of the Sea.


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    P.S. I know this isn’t a proper review but it’s all I had time for.
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    Stacia (the 2010 club)

    Mar 26, 2014

    rated it
    really liked it

    Recommends it for:
    romance readers who are looking for non-perfect or over 40 heroines
    Recommended to Stacia (the 2010 club) by:
    Carina

    ~Lina as Persephone~

    How wonderful is it to find a book about soul-mates where the coupling is actually focused on two people loving the soul of another person, and not about two people being brought together by some sort of instant connection?

    Before I go into what I really liked, two other things :

    1. The amount of Batman references were horrible. And annoying. Repetitive gushing – STOP IT. Besides, when is cape wearing a “romance hero thing?”
    2. While I did sigh heavily at mentions of the stree

    Before I go into what I really liked, two other things :

    1. The amount of Batman references were horrible. And annoying. Repetitive gushing – STOP IT. Besides, when is cape wearing a “romance hero thing?”
    2. While I did sigh heavily at mentions of the street cats organization, animal affinities with cat/horses, the Tulsa location, and the close-knit relationship between the female lead and her grandmother (all things repeatedly mentioned in other Cast books), outside of those few things, I would have never known this book came from the author of the HoN train wreck. Apparently, there are still some things in this world which can surprise me.

    Now, I will commence with the good stuff :

    This story is about a 40 something woman named Lina who is running a struggling bakery. She stumbles upon a recipe with a spell attached and (stupidly) does the spell in a plea for help.

    Demeter answers the plea and offers a solution : switch bodies for 6 months with her daughter Persephone, Goddess of Spring. Basically – go to the underworld and hook up with Hades, so her daughter didn’t have to.

    Lina (again, stupidly) goes along with it, and in the process, inherits a youthful, nubile appearance which isn’t her own true self.

    Yes, stupidly. But this one time, I don’t care as much about “stupidly” as I usually do because I loved the multiple messages of this story :

    1. Friendship and bonds with other women are something to be celebrated.

    2. Kindness can break down walls.

    3. People are rarely what they seem on the outside (this went both ways for Persephone and Hades).

    4. Real love is about more than physical attraction or outward beauty.

    Outside of the first few awkward chapters (I thought I wasn’t going to like the book before Lina got to the underworld), the story flowed from one scene to the next, pulling me along in wonder. From Lina bonding with Orion the dreadsteed, to Lina helping Hades make narcissus bloom, I had a happy little smile pasted on my face as I read.

    This is the type of adult fairy tale that I love.

    There was a little bit of everything. I appreciated the positive messages, I felt a little emotional over the scene with the soul-mate spirits at the river, I relished the steamy scenes, I laughed at a few light-hearted moments, and I even felt a couple of tears leak out as the story came to a close.


    What would the Lord of the Dead do if he knew he had wooed, not the Goddess of Spring, but a middle-aged baker from the mortal world?

    Rarely, do I even get excited over hot guy descriptions in romance anymore. Most of them are all the same and nothing new. But even I had a bit of a “hot damn” moment when it came to the scene with Hades working at the forge. My personal notes written in the book at that scene : FFS, I don’t usually get worked up like this.

    I wasn’t sure if this would be a spoiler or not, but since it’s not a huge plot point, I’ll add it. I loved how Hades wanted to learn how best to please Persephone/Lina. It wasn’t that he was inexperienced, but he knew that in order to be the right lover for her, he would need to learn her as she was, and not based on other experiences. It was a refreshing change from romance novel men who cockily think they know how to set every woman on fire. The intimate scenes between Hades and Persephone were tender and sincere, much more so than I’ve read in many books. Yet, he still had his “shake the ground with anger” type of wicked god moments, so it wasn’t all about breaking every stereotype of his persona. The balance was lovely.


    “Teach me how to set you afire, too.”

    I’m not sure if this will be the book for everyone, but if you’ve been reading a lot of the same types of romance novels over and over, you might consider giving Goddess of the Spring a try. This is one of those books which could appeal to all ages, but I think would be special to women over 30. It really celebrates being a woman and becoming your own unique form of beautiful, even if you’re not young and perfect looking. Just speed through the first few weird chapters (and pretend Lina doesn’t make 50 Batman fangirl references) and it will get better.


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    Holly

    Nov 24, 2008

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Shelves:
    p-c-cast

    Middle aged Carolina Santoro has just discovered that her struggling bakery is heavily in debt to the IRS. Trying to rework her menu to attract more business, she’s poring over old cookbooks one night and after several glasses of wine she unknowingly invokes the aid of Demeter, the Goddess of the Harvest. It’s perfect timing for Demeter needs a host body to place her daughter, Persephone, the Goddess of Spring. She wants her daughter to grow a little, away from her influence. Demeter promises th

    This was such a charming story. I absolutely adored it. Hades was a hunky and brooding character and I just loved the way P.C. Cast created him. He’s desperate to love and is very different from his fellow gods and goddesses. He’s enchanted by the presence of soul mates and whenever he sees them it makes him crave that closeness. A closeness he thinks he’ll never have. Until Lina bursts into the Underworld and spreads her own brand of joy among everyone. When he finds out she’s not what he thinks, he’s upset and when Lina returns to Tulsa he can only hope the promise that soulmates will always find one another will hold true for him, too.

    The Underworld was a great character in of itself and P.C. Cast generously peppered it with some great and unique beings. Hades and Lina spend a lot of time touring the Underworld and Lina spends a lot of time learning about her temporary goddess powers. The ending of this book was lovely. I thought it was very sweet and “awwww” worthy. The H/H were great together, the sex was very sensual and loving, and at the end of this book all I wanted to do was frolic. There is a lot of frolicking in this book and it was very cute. Enjoy!
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