- CD de audio
- Editor: Tantor Media, Inc; Edición: CD (13 de octubre de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1494518392
- ISBN-13: 978-1494518394
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An Accidental Goddess (Inglés) CD de audio – Audiolibro, CD, Versión íntegra
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Descripción del producto
"This is exquisite storytelling that combines delicious romance, a spellbinding plot, and vivid characters into a powerful drama that transcends genres." ---RT Book Reviews
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Raheiran Special Forces captain Gillaine Davre has just woken up in some unknown space way station, wondering where the last three hundred years have gone. The last thing she remembers is her ship being attacked. Now it seems that while she was time-traveling, she was ordained a goddess . . .Gillaine's only hope of survival rests with dangerously seductive Admiral Mack Makarian, who suspects her of being a smuggler-or worse. But he can't begin to imagine the full extent of it. For Gillaine is now Lady Kiasidira, holy icon to countless believers, including Mack, a man who inspires feelings in her that are far from saintly. But when their flirtation is interrupted by a treacherous enemy from the past, Gillaine's secret-and secret desires-could destroy them both.Ver Descripción del producto
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While Raheiran Special Forces Captain Gillaine Davre is fighting a Fav'lhir ship helping the Khalaran Fleet her ship is hit and she awakes to find that she is 342 years in the future and is now worshipped as a goddess, holy icon the Lady Kiasidira. Gillaine isn't having any of that and she's also on a space station with Admiral Mack Makarian who suspects that she is actually a smuggler. Along with all of that her intelligent ship Simon is damaged and will require extensive repairs and will delay any attempt to leave the station.
This is a really interesting story; high on adventure and plot; low on sex - its there, just not every other page. I really enjoyed this story!
I found this story to be funny, entertaining, sexy and captivating. Will read again!
There were some plot points that really needed to be addressed, particularly the fact that Gillie's people felt Mack's people needed a military advisor, yet when that advisor disappeared, she was never replaced in 300 YEARS??? What's up with that? Kind of a major hole in the story, but to be honest, the book reads so well that I found it easy to suspend my disbelief and enjoy the story.
On the whole, this was a delightful book and I'm very glad I bought it. I am now going to look into Linnea Sinclair and see what else she has written. I hope you enjoy An Accidental Goddess as much as I did.
You can tell that the story is a bit passe with the story being about "magic", "sorcerers", and "witches" from a more advanced society. However, if you read it now and just ACCEPT magic, I think you will be impressed. But first let me say that I can't believe after all the clues left in the book that the hero is just so BLINDED as an Admiral that he can never figure out that the heroine is his homeworld's patron goddess, the past savior of their world, even AFTER she admits she's a FULL Raheiran - the only Raheiran seen on his homeworld was their patron goddess savior.
I have to admit the battle details should have been more well drawn out but over all, I LOVED the book. The hero and heroine are both likeable. The heroine is very humble, even while only she has the power to save the hero's less advanced world. You're always holding your breath when she runs into the hero's 2nd- in-command who always seems to be holding her too close or respectfully kissing her (since he finds out she's the goddess) WHILE the hero stumbles in and sees them OR when she does something that's "god-like" -- you wonder if the hero will reject her as a lover OR if he ever starts getting suspicious of whether she's really "just an ordinary Raheiran."
Also, having "SIMON", which is the sentient on the heroine's ship while Simon talks to her about her romance with the hero is pretty funny, especially when she tells him to "put a sock" on it." :-)
I thought the conclusion was a bit "engineered" and hard to believe in that the heroine NEEDS the hero's "concentration" in either to help her defeat his homeworld's more advanced "magical" enemies. He's not a Raheiran with full powers yet SHE NEEDS HIM in order to succed???? HUH???
In any case, it's a "keeper" book and if you love Linnea Sinclair or scifi-romance books, it's definitely a book worth reading and keeping.
There was just the right balance of interest between the main characters, nice dialogue and situational action that pushed the tale forward. The author avoided over the top angst that I see so often in romance novels. A little insecurity is fine but not paragraph after paragraph; she got it just right.
I thought the cover art was attractive, nice selection.