I received this book for free from the in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Series: The Goddess Connection #1
Published by: Lyrical Press
on July 7, 2014
Genres: Fantasy, Romance
Purchase eBook | Purchase Paperback | Available on Audible
Add to your TBR!
With a little help from a goddess, battling evil is a piece of cake for Jocelyn Gibson.
A descendant of the goddess Isis, Jocelyn Gibson may have forgotten about the realm of magic, but it hasn’t forgotten her. When Eric Hendricks is targeted by a demon, Joss must step in to battle the evil and save the town’s awkward, but endearing, vet…who also happens to be the man she loves.
Joss’s new inn, a culinary career specializing in cooking with lavender and a new love all make for a fine recipe of disaster. She needs to embrace her inner goddess and harness the powers she never knew she had before it’s too late.
This was an okay read about magic and fairies. Joss is a widow that has more power than what she thought. She left her beliefs behind when she married and thought that the gods had turned their back on her until she finds herself in a bad situation and has to rely on her powers and beliefs to get her through it alive. She finds out that bonds are far greater than what she thought and that the love she thought she’d never find again is found in the most unexpected place.
Joss meets Eric in the small town she is pulled towards moving to. Unseen forces pull her towards a house that stands on top of a fountain of magic and towards her destiny. Eric is the local Vet and finds himself in a terrible situation between the woman he is drawn towards and the woman who is drawing him towards her. When demons get involved and there is a shift in the balance of power Joss has to decide how to save those she cares about. Joss and her wacky family fight the demons to save the town and everyone in it.
The story started out okay but as it went on it seemed to jump around a lot. There didn’t seem to be any particular direction of where the story was really going. There are characters mentioned that don’t seem to have any meaning to the actual plot; such as Joss’ son. Some parts of the story seemed to go on forever and repeat here and there, while other parts didn’t go into much detail. The overall story was good but could have benefitted from further editing of the unnecessary parts.