One Night with a Goddess (Goddess, #2)
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One Night with a Goddess (Goddess #2)

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Chloe, the Muse of Happiness, did not pass her hundred—year performance review with flying colors. But she's not worried about Zeus' punishment. Spend a year on earth making mortals happy, then retire to Mount Olympus in luxury? No problem. Isabelle Castleberry's wedding planning business is the perfect spot for Chloe's talents, and the year is certain to fly by. That is,...more
ebook, 384 pages
Published March 17th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books (first published April 24th 2007)
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Danni
Didn't really care for the first one but figured I give this one a try... I just couldn't do it. I didn't even get far enough in to see if it would turn out better. Seemed too much like the first. Won't attempt the third either.
Melissa
I could not, for the life of me, finish this book. That Mathew Castleberry character is Nothing short of an asshole. It's obvious that although he is warm for the demigoddess's form, he doesn't not respect her. No thank you, I think I'm going to pass on The ending of this book.
Melissa
I liked this book much better than the first in the series. It was a fast read and a good light-hearted book for a hot Sunday afternoon in front of the air conditioner! I'm halfway through the third book, "Making Over Mr. Right," and I am enjoying that one too.
Bieke
a perfect example of how you're not supposed to judge a book by it's cover or title.

I loved the story, even when I normally read a bit more realistic books. I mean, a goddess from mount Olympus?

Anyway, this was a fun holiday read
Virginia Ruppert
I really loved Chloe's and Matt's story. Being the Muse of Happiness and working at an event facility was a fantastic pairing. Great story! I can't wait to read the next in the series.
Jamie
This book was really good. When I first saw it i thought that it would be dumb but it was really funny and had a very cute ending.
Krystle Garrison
this book was very funny
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