Dakota Cassidy, USA Today best-selling author of The Accidental Dragon, brings you a laugh-out-loud romantic comedy in the Accidentally Paranormal series. Get swept away to Greece in this international romp where you'll meet a few gods and goddesses and fall in love with Quinn Morris as she transforms from a heartbroken mess to the goddess of love.
Mythology buff Quinn Morris has always wanted to visit Greece, where her inner hardcore romantic envisioned proposing to her boyfriend. And she's finally here - with her friend, Ingrid. She might not have found love at the Parthenon, thanks to her cheating ex, but she has found big boobies...and swirly purple eyes...and sparkling skin. Oh, and Greek hottie Khristos, who claims to be descended from a goddess and swears Quinn's the new Aphrodite.
With help from Khristos and support from Ingrid's employers - Nina, Wanda, and Marty - Quinn has to learn all the tricks of the matchmaking trade, STAT, lest she has her new friend, Cupid, sticking arrows in all the wrong places. This all goes down while dealing with her man-hating mother, guarding her own heart from Khristos, and protecting herself from an invisible foe who might want to snatch Quinn's newfound powers from her - dead or alive.
©2015 Dakota Cassidy (P)2015 Dakota Cassidy
Ok well Nina and everyone is still there but they have changed narrator's and it has thrown the whole series out for me, I absolutely Loved Meredith Mitchell as the narrator and now I just want to cry because it is just not the same. I loved all the books to this series but the narrator truly set this series apart and i would laugh out loud for Nina and her whole crew but now I just want to cry and say where is Nina damn it.
A little slow to begin with, and I had a few fits and starts in getting through the first four chapters and I almost stopped reading it altogether. I'm glad I pushed through. A fun bit of fluff with good accuracy regarding Greek god mythology. The humorous moments involved Nina and her interactions with Quinn. Not a hilarious read, but very cute and sweet.
If you are addicted to Dakota Cassidy you might tolerate Book 10 in a series.
I enjoy fluff paranormal books. This genre will never produce the great American Novel, but it is a pleasant escape.
I enjoy Hollie Jackson narrated books. However, she made a major blunder in this book. She changed the voice of my favorite character Nina. In previous books I broke out in laughter at Nina's dialogue. With the change in voice, it was just ruined for me.
Gave up listening half way into the book. Not worth the thouight.
I will give the author a pass for this one because I so love the series. If she is able to return the fun banter between the three leads and makes sure that Hollie Jackson recreates the old Nina, then I will gamble on a further listen.
Great addition to the series. Can't wait to read the next one. This one has a new Narrator, which I am familiar with from other books, but I do miss hearing Nina's voice.
Not that Miss Holly is bad, is that Meredith IS Nina. That is my favorite character and I could not place it with the voice. She usually make me laugh this one, not so much. Disappointed.
Loved the story line! Another funny book by Dakota Cassidy. I loved the little references to Molly Harper and Eve Langlais (not a 100% sure, but it almost sounded like Nina was channeling a bit of Robyn Peterman near the end as well!). I was disappointed that the narrator was changed. Book 10 in a series is really a bad time to do that. While Hollie Jackson did a good job overall, it seemed like the old characters went through a major personality change, not just the voice. My husband stopped listening once Nina came on because "she now sounds like a prissy goody two shoes". Please bring the old narrator back!
Don't get me wrong. I love love love all Dakota Cassidy books. And I even like Holly Jackson narrating other books. But like another reader said, where is Nina??? Miss Mitchell's narration. Just not the same. I would still recommend the audiobook but just miss other narrator and her snarky voice of Nina.
I was not happy to find out that Meredith Mitchell was not reading this book and did not want to get it but since I had all the others I had to. I was so disappointed and miss the girls in the books so much !
I am glad I read the book before I bought it on audible. Over all the story was funny and amusing like all the other story lines
when she has to match her ex with the new girl.
Bring Meredith Mitchell Back otherwise I may never listen to another Accidentally anything again.
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