Being a goddess is a lot less fun than you might think. Especially when you’re only a half goddess, and you only found out about it recently, and you still don’t know what you’re doing half the time. And when you’ve just used your not-so-reliable powers to burglarize the booby-trapped office of a vampire mob boss.
Yeah, that part sucks.
But that’s just the tip of the iceberg for Cassandra Palmer, aka the Pythia, the freshly minted chief seer of the supernatural world. After all, Cassie still has to save a friend from a fate worse than death, deal with an increasingly possessive master vampire, and prevent a party of her own acolytes from unleashing a storm of fury upon the world. Totally just your average day at the office, right?
Urban fantasy is one of my favorite genres and Cassie Palmer series is one of the best there is. At the end of the 5th book, I cried like a baby so it was great to see Cassie trying to find a way to fix things in Tempt the stars. I liked seeing the journey and her bickering with Casanova was really funny. Of course, there is a lot of chaos all around, because apparently that is just Cassie's style. We get to see what hell looks like, we get a little intel into Cassie's powers and her parents but I didnt like there was so little of Mircea. I am team Pritkin but Mircea is such a fascinating character so I wish we will see more of him in Reap the wind. I was againn heartbroken at the end of this book and I hope that Cassie succeds with her mission that we will see in the next book.
I have 3 little swag packs to give away. International. Just leave a comment with your email address and an aswer to this question. Are you a fan of Cassie Palmer series? If yes, the why and if you havent read it yet tell me what about the series interests you.
You have until November 25th.