Goddess of Light (Goddess Summoning Series #5)

Goddess of Light (Goddess Summoning Series #5)

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by P. C. Cast
     
 

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When hardworking Pamela Smythe whispers her wish for a god-like man, she never expects to find one—especially not in Vegas. But the goddess Artemis has dared her twin handsome brother Apollo to change all that.

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When hardworking Pamela Smythe whispers her wish for a god-like man, she never expects to find one—especially not in Vegas. But the goddess Artemis has dared her twin handsome brother Apollo to change all that.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425227091
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
12/02/2008
Series:
Goddess Summoning Series, #5
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
368
Sales rank:
529,638
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.10(d)

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 Light (Goddess Summoning Series #5) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 111 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After seeing how Hades has flourished thanks to the addition of the mortal woman, Lina, to his 'life', Zeus decides that the rest of the immortal beings worshipped by the ancients as gods would benefit from some time around mortals as well. What better place than Vegas? Among the first to enter the Kingdom of Vegas are the twins, Artemis and Apollo, under the names Phoebus and Diana. Apollo quickly meets a mortal who has become bound to his sister through an accidental magical wish for love. Pamela has no idea what her random words did, but until she and Apollo fall in love, all the way as it were, Artemis will get her overflow emotions. Therefore, the goddess is determined to make sure they fall for each other. After they do, the problems only increase as mortal and immortal try to make life work. Yet, all that stands between them and pain is one second. *** Though not as much fun as some of the prior goddess books, this is a light hearted escape from reality with a bittersweet quality to balance it out. Artemis and Apollo are strongly reminescent of Maeve and Aidan from Linda L Miller's classic vampire novels, showing how strong the bonds of love can be. ***
harstan More than 1 year ago
Artemis feels bad for her brother Apollo moaning over losing a mortal to Hades, but she has no idea how to help her sibling get out of his doldrums. That is until their father Zeus opens a portal to Vegas. Though knowing Sin City is Bacchus¿ personal playground, Artemis convinces Apollo that a trip there would do him good....................... Interior designer Pamela Gray is in town decorating the home of author Faust when she gets involved with Artemis. Apollo tries to help his sister, but finds himself attracted to Pamela. To the interior designer¿s shock, she reciprocates having never met anyone like this hunk built like a Greek God. However, the Gods have toyed with mortal females forever, but Apollo sees this time is different as he is in love but he has to persuade Pamela that the universe is not black and white, but many shades of colors including his favorite hue, the gray that he treasures..................... P.C. Cast continues her unique brand of delightfully mixing a modern day romance with a mythological legend. The story line is fast-paced led by two wonderful lead protagonists. The support cast adds depth so that the audience will believe that this is an Olympus invasion of Las Vegas to rival only the Tarkenian years. Fans of mythological contemporary romances will appreciate this creative well written tale.................... Harriet Klausner
Vanessa Garcia More than 1 year ago
Without a doubt it is one of my favorite book of the Goddess Summoning series. Made me cry like a total idiot. Loved the way she developed the characters.
LavaGoddess More than 1 year ago
Although, this is not my favorite of the Goddess Summoning Series, it is still a good (but not great) book. P. C . Cast always does a wonderful job creating interesting, unique, and realistic (yet slightly off) worlds. One thing I love about Ms. Cast is that she creates strong characters. (Usually, her characters, both female and male, are not ones to be wish-washy or let events happen without being an active part of them). The ending of this book was incredibly sweet and the romance is hotter than hot. However, for me, the story just didn't have the pull that some of her previous works do. I love the soul mates idea but I felt that the characters could have been stronger.
LemonDrop More than 1 year ago
I was really expecting a lot more for Apollo. I didn't really like the setting and the the plot was slow and got on my nerves. At least the girl wasn't too old this time. The ending could have been a lot better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
P.C. Cast shows her brilliance yet again with this one... I was laughing and aweing the whole way through... Looking forward to the next and more... But just a hint so you dont get confused from this website... this is book three...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book, I think it is the best one from the whole series. The whole series is really good as well.
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Thos scense of them gettin down. Damn! Pretty good book
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Yeah! It's like, why in the world would her eyes be golden when she's the goddess of MOONLIGHT???? It only makes sense for her to have silver eyes!
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