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Sexy,charming, and fun....The fantasy romance of the year!
My Goddess, does Pea Chamberlain ever need a makeover! Her shoes, hair, clothes, makeup are all disasters, especially if she wants to attract uber-sexy fireman Griffin DeAngelo at the firemen's masked ball. And who better to coax Pea out of her pod than the Goddess of Love, who she invokes when she gets her hands on a book of enchantments.
Sure enough, Venus works her magic on Pea, which is what she has been doing for eons--helping others find love. But who will help the Goddess of Love when she finds herself falling head over heels for the same sexy fireman she is trying to land for Pea? Coud it be that Venus needs a love makeover herself? Check out the fireworks when the Goddess of Love unexpectedly loses her heart... (Pea wins the Goddess of Love's lover God partner Vulcan) *he is much better than the fireman!
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This book had a lot of humor which had me laughing out loud... literally. It was a good book for anyone who felt like they don't belong (which is anyone human or goddess). It is a problem we all share and this book does a good job of solving that problem for our main characters. Oh, and I don't think this is quite a spoiler... but it is in the book. Coconut oil IS good for the hair as well as the skin. It is one of the few oils that can be absorbed into the hair shaft. Just a little trivia from the book that was accurate. :-)