Divine by Mistake
The only excitement Shannon Parker expects while on summer vacation is a little shopping. But when an antique vase calls to her, she finds herself transported to Partholon, where she's treated like a goddess. A very temperamental goddess…Somehow Shannon has stepped into another's role as the... show more
The only excitement Shannon Parker expects while on summer vacation is a little shopping. But when an antique vase calls to her, she finds herself transported to Partholon, where she's treated like a goddess. A very temperamental goddess…Somehow Shannon has stepped into another's role as the Goddess Incarnate of Epona. And while there's an upside—what woman doesn't like lots of pampering?—it also comes with a ritual marriage to a centaur and threats against her new people. Oh, and everyone disliking her because they think she's her double.Somehow Shannon needs to figure out how to get back to Oklahoma without being killed, married to a horse or losing her mind….
Publish date: August 1st 2009
Pages no: 576
Edition language: English
Series: Partholon (#1)
Mit Tales of Partholon veröffentlicht P.C. Cast eine Buchreihe ohne ihre Tochter als Mitautorin. Auch das Thema ist in dieser Serie völlig anders. Hier stehen nicht die Vampire im Vordergrund der Handlung, sondern verschiedene mystische Lebewesen, die wir sonst nur aus Märchen und Sagen kennen. Al...
Shannon works as a high-school teacher and finds herself at an estate sale and attracted to an urn with a depiction of Epona that looks very much like her. Shortly after buying it she finds herself in another world where she's the high priestess of Epona, about to marry a centaur and finding that t...
Alright, this review will be short because there is not much to say about this book in my opinion.It was boring… Plain and simple.I was actually really disappointed when I started reading the book. I’ve read Cast’s House of the Night series and enjoyed them so far. But Divine by Mistake was such a f...
I picked up this book on a whim from the library looking for something different and figured the book looked hilarious. It did not disappoint, and delivered a fun, light read.
I am *so* not sure what to rate this book. While the world wasn't amazing, I absolutely loved the main character. I wanted to spend every waking minute with Shannon/Rhea. She is snarky. She is realistic. She is passionate. She is lovable. She has a heart of gold. Make no mistake: this is a chick boo...