Goddess of Legend
The new Goddess Summoning novel from the author of the multimillion- selling House of Night phenomenon. After her car plummets off a bridge, Isabel, a world-weary photojournalist, struggles between life and death when she's saved by the Water Goddess-with one tiny caveat: Isabel must travel to... show more
The new Goddess Summoning novel from the author of the multimillion- selling House of Night phenomenon. After her car plummets off a bridge, Isabel, a world-weary photojournalist, struggles between life and death when she's saved by the Water Goddess-with one tiny caveat: Isabel must travel to another time to seduce the legendary Lancelot du Lac away from Queen Guinevere. The handsome knight is a dream for any woman in any century. But Isabel is the one who's seduced by King Arthur. For Isabel, a deal is a deal. Now, the King watches as fate takes from him the mysterious beauty he has come to worship, knowing all too well that any interference on his part could destroy the kingdom he loves.
Publish date: December 7th 2010
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Time Travel
Series: Goddess Summoning (#7)
One of the weaker books in the Goddess Summoning series. Considering this is Camelot, I don't think all the slang worked. It was distracting. However, it was an entertaining read.
That was not the ending I was expecting. I was kind of sad at the thought of Gwen, Lance and everyone not being part of Isabel's life anymore, but I was just expecting her to get Arthur in her time. I was really worried about Gwen being 'vapid'. I'm glad that wasn't really the case. I do wonder if t...
Not as good as others in the series. Isabel goes back in time to King Arthur's Camelot yet she continues to speak, act, dress like present times. It just wasn't at all believeable. Entertaining at times but annoying too.
Light mindless fluffy fun, with some feminist issues added. I think it was really unrealistic in some points but hey I wasn't expecting much else... Some of the jokes made me laugh and think about Twain's A Connecticut Yankee at King Arthur's Court. But I don't think I'll be reading more of the Godd...
Cute. I had a lot of fun with this one. I just wish that the people of Camelot had spoken a little more like the time period and a little less like P.C. Cast, but by now I've come to expect it in her books. It's part of what makes her stories different.