Goddess of Love
With "humor and verve," (Publishers Weekly) Cast tells the story of the mythical Venus who comes to life to help a nerdy woman find her inner goddess. Pea Chamberlain needs a makeover-shoes, hair, clothes, make-up-if she wants to attract an ?bersexy fireman. And who could better coax Pea out of... show more
With "humor and verve," (Publishers Weekly) Cast tells the story of the mythical Venus who comes to life to help a nerdy woman find her inner goddess. Pea Chamberlain needs a makeover-shoes, hair, clothes, make-up-if she wants to attract an ?bersexy fireman. And who could better coax Pea out of her pod than the Goddess of Love, whom she invokes in a moment of desperation? Venus works her magic on Pea, but who will help her when she falls for that same sexy fireman? Could Venus need a love makeover for herself? Check out the five-alarm heat when the Goddess of Love unexpectedly loses her heart.
Publish date: June 5th 2007
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Goddess Summoning (#5)
Okay, this series is my guilty pleasure but this one fell so flat I wanted to barf. The main character is called Pea. Seriously. She's a grown woman of 30, and she is called Pea. She has curly hair and doesn't have enough brains to know not to brush her hair. That's curly hair 101. She brushes it ...
I found the Goddess Summoning series last year and haven't been disappointed with any of the books yet. Goddess of Love was a light, entertaining read that fulfilled my need for romance with mythology. Venus, the Goddess of Love isn't satisfied with her marriage of convenience. After a talk with her...
Selbst die Götter sind manchmal unzufrieden mit ihrem Leben. In diesem Fall sind es Venus und ihr Ehemann Vulcanus. Um aus ihrem alltäglichen, langweiligen Trott heraus zu kommen, besucht Venus, zusammen mit einer Freundin, die Welt der Sterblichen und genießt ihre Zeit dort in vollen Zügen. Vulcanu...
I hadn't even noticed the author's name. I knew Juno was Hera. The Aeneid was good for something. It's nice that the possible issues were fixed with one person's almost-death. Why does at least one person have to die/almost die for everyone to get their HEA? And what is with Cast's apparent love of ...
This book had a lot of humor which had me laughing out loud... literally. It was a good book for anyone who felt like they don't belong (which is anyone human or goddess). It is a problem we all share and this book does a good job of solving that problem for our main characters. Oh, and I don't thin...