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HE’S EXACTLY WHAT SHE’S ALWAYS WANTED,

AND SHE UNLEASHES HIM LIKE A FORCE OF NATURE…

Lucy was once the beloved Goddess of the Moon, and she could have any man she wanted. But these days, the goddesses of the Etruscan pantheon are all but forgotten. The only rituals she enjoys now are the local hockey games, where one ferociously handsome player still inflames her divine blood…

Brandon Stevenson is one hundred percent focused on the game, until he looks up and sees a celestial beauty sitting in the third row. A man could surely fall hard for a distraction like that…

My Review:

This is the second book in the Forgotten Goddesses series and boy was it a scorcher! A sexy Goddess of the Moon who doesn’t mind the darkness some men carry and a Hockey player who can give her what she wants.

Stephanie Julian knows how to deliver an Erotic Romance. Plenty of hot, steamy sex and a fun story to go with it. Personally I don’t think the story was as strong as her first book, What A Goddess Wants, but it was still enjoyable.

I feel that the end of the book was rushed. Almost as if the author discovered her deadline was looming and she found an easy way out for the characters. The scene that takes place in Chimer was disappointing as a climactic scene. With a little more work, it could have been epic.

Stephanie Julian does create wonderful characters and I love her weaving in the mythos of the Etruscans. Everything from their Goddesses to the shape shifters. She also weaves in some of the mythos of other pantheons as well, like the Norse berserkir .

I am looking forward to the next Forgotten Goddesses book, Goddess In The Middle, which is due to come out in Summer 2012.

I give How To Worship A Goddess a 4 Horseshoe rating!

How To Worship A Goddess is available from Amazon in Print and Kindle editions. Also from Barnes and Noble in Print and Nook.

Publication Details:

Author Stephanie Julian
Title How To Worship A Goddess
Format Print
Length 304 Pages
Publication Date December 2011
Publisher Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN 978-1-4022-5150-4

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