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Goddess of Spring by P.C. Cast


Lina’s having a tough time keeping her bakery running. So when she stumbles on a mysterious recipe, which promises good luck, Lina decides to give it a try. Imagine her surprise when she wakes up in the presence of Demeter, goddess of the harvest and mother of Persephone. Demeter gives Lina a choice, switch bodies with Persephone or see her bakery go under. So, Lina agrees to take Persephone’ place and soon finds herself stuck for six months in the Underworld with the devilishly handsome Hades… the ‘Lord of the Underworld.’

A reclusive and dour Greek god, his realm is home to the souls of the dead and is guarded by the horrific three headed dog Cerberus. None of the other gods want anything to do with him and so his solitude is complete. He stays in his realm; alone; with no one but the dead for company.

So, when the young goddess Persephone (Lina) shows up for a six month visit, all hell breaks loose and Hades doesn’t quite know what to do. Staying unaffected just isn’t working with the young goddess prancing around. Falling in love is the only way to go with the enchanting woman. So Hades falls. Hard. But does Hades love Lina? Or the body she inhabits? And what will happen to the lovers when Lina’s six months are up? Find out in this witty romance book from bestselling author P.C. Cast!

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