Stuck with a job in the Muse department, Wynter discovers that helping others finish what they start isn't easy, especially for someone who can't seem to finish anything of her own. And how is Wynter supposed to focus on anything when that guy from the Dreams and Nightmares department keeps distracting her with his rippling muscles and magnetic stare?
Wynter needs to figure her job out soon. Each failure is a tick mark on her record, and if she continues to miss her deadlines, she'll be reassigned to the Underworld as a dog walker.
And scooping poop for a giant three-headed dog is nobody's ideal career.
|Publisher:||Bottle Cap Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)|
About the Author
Originally from Northern California, she has a tendency to move every few years, resulting in a total of seven different states and a six-year stint in England. Currently, she's planning her next grand adventure. Rachel has one heroic husband, two grown kids, a crazy-catlady starter kit, and an imaginary dog named Waffles.
She doesn't have time for a real dog.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
grate storry humor that will keep you smirking,and a unique take on the modren working of the gods that will have you loveing it
I was a huge fan of the Monster Haven series by R.L. Naquin and was sad to see it end. However, I was excited to see that a new series was in the works. Then we got a cover, and isn't it pretty? Completely different than the Monster Haven books, but no less interesting. I was counting down the days till it was released. To say I was completely stoked when the author contacted me to see if I was interested in a review copy was an understatement. The book begins with Wynter breaking up with her boyfriend, quitting her dead end job and then when she comes home, quitting her latest craft project - a quilt. It's a this moment, when she hits bottom, that her plant, Phyllis the Philodendron, starts talking to her. Poor Wynter, she thinks at first that she has finally snapped. But Phyllis proves Wynter's not crazy, just ready for a new direction in her life - Mt. Olympus Employment Agency. Turns out Wynter has some Greek God somewhere in her family tree. I had a lot of fun with Wynter as she stumbled her way through Orientation and her first days on the job. You could really see the growth of her character as she gained friends and self-confidence. The secondary characters have some quirky personalities and are great foils for Wynter. I didn't want to put this book down once I started it. I am giving it 4 stars. Thanks to the author for the opportunity to read and review the book.
Very entertaining book. When you hit rock bottom you can only go up from there, right? I can't wait for the next book to be released! Do read this authors other series, the Monster Haven books.