Goddess of Legend

Goddess of Legend

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by P. C. Cast
     
 

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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

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Overview

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.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425228166
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/07/2010
Series:
Goddess Summoning Series
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
529,544
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Award-winning author P. C. Cast is a dynamic, entertaining orator and an extraordinary teacher. Currently, her realm is in Oklahoma, where she resides with her spoiled cat, Patchy Poo the Pud, and her stubborn Scottie dogs, better known as The Snotties.

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Goddess of Legend (Goddess Summoning Series) 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 146 reviews.
SFGraves More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! I was just recently introduced to the Goddess series and enjoy them. I found this one so entertaining, I couldn't put it down! I bought it both in hard copy and digital format so I can read it over and over wherever I happen to be. I highly recommend this book!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In the Crystal Cave Water Goddess Coventina better known by her beloved Merlin as Viviane fears her loved one will soon fade into nothingness. The only way Merlin may be saved is if King Arthur avoids the darkness, but the monarch is depressed over his wife and best friend which expedites his going into the abyss. Increasingly desperate Viviane finally sees a slight possibility in twenty-first century photojournalist Isabel Cantelli after her car plummets off an Oklahoma bridge when she avoided a chipmunk. Viviane fast forwards Isabel into Camelot as a countess to seduce Lancelot away from Guinevere. However, instead of Lancelot, Isabel is attracted to King Arthur who wants her too, but a deal is a deal or is it. This is a terrific refreshing (hard to believe something new can be created from Camelot) retelling of the Arthurian legend as Isabel turns the romantic triangle into a quadrangle. The key cast is fully developed so that the reader will believe that the Sooner has landed in the midst of the Camelot threesome. Fast-paced fans will enjoy this charming romantic fantasy as Isabel sums up the plot quite nicely when she informs Arthur that he is better for her heart than a cardio workout. Harriet Klausner
1ckirk More than 1 year ago
i only read the book because it was a PC cast goddess summoning series book i was not interested in the whole king Authhor stuff, but i gave it a chance and LOVED it it was a beautiful story PC Cast is the best
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love PC Cast
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is definitely a light read. I think the comments are a bit harsh. This wasnt a book with depth but more of a light romance. Another thing to keep in mind we are dealing with two age groups one more experienced than the other so when gwen is acting juvenille it is because she is! Too young for author and lance was her age. There were things that could have strengthened the story such as a dueling of sorts between mordreds aunt. Some nefarious plot would have improved the story... SPOILER ALERT... ill try too keep it to a minimum..the end did NOT make sense. merlin was sick due to the unhappiness of arthour is stands to reason that if he lost the love of his life and soul he would be destroyed...so it did fall apart in the end, the ending was a total bust...it was an hea ...of sorts... but merlin would have perished and author destroyed with how this stands.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of my all time favorites!
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Jessicanj1124 More than 1 year ago
I have read all of P.C's books including all of the Goddess series but this one was horrid. The story line could have been amazing. However I did not find one characters that i could respect at all. they are supposed to live on neighboring lands you would think that someone would have said there is no way that things are that different. I had to skip almost entire chapters because of how many different ways they can say I Love you... Oh come on.... At least i can say i finished the series that is the only good thing about this book
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I love all of P.C.Casts books this is by far the best no words could explain the greatness of this book truly amazing.
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Well I have just finished the Goddess of Love book. In my opinion I loved it just as allthe other Goddess books. It has meaning and love and a story that pulls you into the world she is writting. I laughed along with the characters as though I was there sharing their giggles. I do hope she continues to write more of these books. The are fun and exciting to read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I cannot even finish this. Long winded, juvenile, no plot development, unlikeable characters, main character arrives in Camelot and immediately physically attacks crushes son because she is mortally offended that he is mean to his father, whom she JUST met - what? If that didnt make much sense and sounded really stupid, it's because it doesnt and it is. This is truly the worst book I have ever read. Do not waste your time.
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This book is so different from Goddess of the Rose and Goddess of Spring as to be written by another author entirely. Those had well developed characters, motivations and plot lines as well as some surprising and enjoyably fresh twists on myths. This one has characters that aren't only juvenile (not expected since the heroine is in her 30's) but practically cartoon characters. It has no plot and is so silly in its dialogue and scene shifts as to stretch even those wanting escapism. I am sorry I spent the 12.99 on this, although I do recommend the books I mentioned in the first sentence.