Soon enough, Lina finds herself face-to-face with Demeter, who has a plan of her own. She proposes t
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it was amazing
“Ultimately, the body is just a shell; it is the soul which defines the man or woman, god or goddess.”
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
really liked it
~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
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!