Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Dakota Cassidy, Accidentally Aphrodite (Accidentally Paranormal Novel Book 10)

Title:  Accidentally Aphrodite (Accidentally Paranormal Novel Book 10)
Author:  Dakota Cassidy
Rating:  Siren's Best Book Stone
Genre:  Paranormal Romance
Keywords:  Greek Gods, Vampire, Werewolf, Zombie
Page Count:  193             
ISBN E-Book:  Amazon Digital Services, Inc.   
Price:  $4.99
Publisher:  Self-Published 
Reviewer:  Stacey Krug


Dakota Cassidy, USA Today bestselling author of The Accidental Dragon, brings you a laugh-out-loud romantic comedy Accidentally Aphrodite, Book 10 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. All 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.


Once again Dakota Cassidy does not fail to suck the reader in on the first page of her latest book in the Accidental Series.  Accidentally Aphrodite is a fun story with a great plot, amazing new characters, and non-stop action and drama from beginning to end.

Dakota Cassidy takes creative license and puts a new spin on the Greek gods and goddesses.  The author cleverly sets some backstory so that the Greeks are ingrained into the Accidental family history.  We are also treated to all the main characters of the other Accidental books in this story which of course means hilarity ensues. 

Quinn Morris is the latest victim of a paranormal accident and she takes it in stride with lots of deflection and humor.  It was fun to see Quinn grow and evolve throughout the story from a vengeful ex-girlfriend to Aphrodite the goddess of love.

Khristos is the hero of the story that helps Quinn through the paranormal and emotional trauma of becoming Aphrodite.  Khristos too learns more about himself and what it is he wants out of life during his time mentoring Quinn.

Readers are kept on edge as to whether Quinn and Khristos will become a match.  Will they let their pasts get in the way of their future?  Will love prevail for our hero and heroine?  I’m not telling.  Go purchase the book.  The reading journey is worth it as I was unable to put it down until I was finished.

Accidentally Aphrodite is a fabulous edition to the Accidental Series!