Monday, December 12, 2011

Review: How to Worship a Goddess by Stephanie Julian

How To Worship A Goddess is the second book in the Forgotten Goddesses series by Stephanie Julian and a Romance from SourceBooks Casablanca.

Book Blurb:

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 thoughts:

Lusna, Etruscan Goddess of the Moon is now known as Lucy Aster, bar owner.  Though still worshiped to a certain degree by her lucani, the adoration of those few wolf shifters is not enough to allow Lucy to retain the power she once possessed.  But it is enough to gain the attention of Charun.

Charun is trapped in Atias and he wants out.  He has decided that stealing the powers from the Forgotten Goddesses and combining them - may just be his ticket out of Atias once and for all.

For the first time in a long time Lucy is attracted to a man - an eteri, a mortal - Brandon Stevenson.  Just when things are getting interesting again, Lucy’s friend Tessa shows up to tell her about Charun’s plans.

Determined to protect Brandon, Lucy wipes his memories. But the mind wipe does not hold - leading Lucy to believe that Brandon may be more than just mere human.

How To Worship A Goddess is the second book I have read in the Forgotten Goddesses series and I absolutely loved it. 

I’m looking forward to each new installment from Ms. Julian.

I give How To Worship A Goddess 5 out of 5 stars.

Product Details
Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (12-6-11)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402251505
ISBN-13: 978-1402251504

1 comment:

Blodeuedd said...

Sounds good, and such a cool cover. This time it's the color that draws me in ;)