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Uninspired Muse

(Mt. Olympus Employment Agency: Muse #3)

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Wynter Greene has finally hit her groove. She’s back at work in the Muse department and doing a fantastic job. Her newly reunited family gives her a sense of belonging and self-confidence she’s never had before. And she hasn’t annihilated any romantic relationships in quite a while—mostly because she’s avoided them.

But if mythology teaches anything, it’s not to get cocky w
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Published May 20th 2017 by R.L. Naquin (first published May 19th 2017)
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Gawelleb
Sep 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
4,5 j’ai beaucoup beaucoup aimé mais je pense que cela aurait pu être encore mieux, même si cela se termine mieux que je ne le pensais.
On dit au revoir à Wynter ... une série qui se finit ..
Pandora Black
Sep 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ebook
Une série très chouette, avec une héroïne qui évolue au fil des tomes, et un univers dans lequel on a envie de rester plus longtemps, plein de petites trouvailles. C'est fun et agréable, positif mais sans niaiserie, et ça fait du bien. J'aime définitivement beaucoup ce qui se mijote dans le cerveau de R.L. Naquin :)
Dakota
Sep 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 1st-pov, fantasy, humor

good feels. I enjoyed that very much. Hope to see more of the world
Nicole Luiken
Aug 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ebook, sf-fantasy
Happy to return to this series, which was on hiatus last year. This book gives a satisfying end to Wynter Greene's story, but the author has hinted that she has plenty more stories in the Mt. Olympus Employment Agency to tell.

If you like humour, talking plants, trips to the Underworld and bubble wands of artistic inspiration, give this series a try!
Christine
Aug 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Worth the Wait

This third and final sequel was well worth waiting for. I was hooked by the first book, kept entertained by the second and couldn't put down the third. The twist in the end ties up the several storylines artfully with surprise. If you were brought up reading Greek mythology like I was, this series is just the one for you.
Relina Skye
Jun 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing
"Uninspired Muse" is the third book in the "Mt. Olympus Employment Agency" Series by R.L. Naquin. The good news is that Wynter Greene's progress as a muse is coming along nicely. She has five clients that she enjoys working with and has adjusted many aspects of her life that were sadly neglected before the start of the first novel. The bad news is that while she served on jury duty in the Underworld, the state of her love life and how she's consistently sabotaged it is brought to her attention w ...more
Kevin Robinson
Jun 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Musings on an Amusing Muse

Okay, I admit that I cheated a little. I blasted joyfully through Book 2 without writing a review. I loved it every bit as much as the 1st book (which I did review), but I just couldn't stop. Wynter, the muse in question, made me laugh out loud, page after page. So,I just kept reading. Thoroughly enjoying a great book/series is like that. But the Uninspired Muse took the whole experience up a notch. This novel was just as witty, but it was deeper and richer too. It had
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Pernille Olsen
Jul 28, 2017 rated it liked it
I would have really liked it, if it wasn't for the discrepancies in relation to the former books. Some of the earlier described rules for muses, seemed to have been forgotten in the meenwhile, and it vexed me a bit. I mean one of the things Wynter got sendt to the underworld for, was taking home her equipment, and in this book she just did it all the time, no consequenses. That doesn't make sence. And in book two it was stated, that the bubles only work with to gold wand from the muse department ...more
Debbie
Sep 02, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommend this series

I'm a fan- from the Monster Haven series to the My Olympus series, I enjoy reading Naquin's stories. This is a light and enjoyable read. The heroine is pretty clueless when it comes to her own life and that can get a little frustrating. But, I like the world building and will be back for more
Kat Klein
Jun 07, 2018 rated it really liked it
Wynter is back at her job as a Muse, and believes she's found her calling. Then Fate decides to interfere again. When her clients are all taken away, and she's left with one problem client.... and life is falling apart almost faster than she can hold it together Wynter will need all the confidence she's gained, and all the friends she's made to put things back on track
Angie Hackett
May 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love this book, I love the previous books too and it was nice seeing what happens with our beloved heroine. It was well written and the plot was solid. The only thing i found was that the name of a character changed towards the end but otherwise all was really good with this book.
Elentarri
Jun 20, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy-and-sf
This is a lovely, light-hearted, fun and enjoyable urban fantasy novel that closes out the story of the muse Wynter Greene. The Mt. Olympus Employment Agency world building is original and adds a nice twist to the old Greek mythological figures.
Shelle Pennington
Sep 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
Nice, satisfying completion of the Wynter storyline.
Charmed
Jul 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Diana Blick
Jun 28, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Great!

I confess. R.L. Naquin is my favorite author. I've read every single word that she's published. Apparently, her brand of whimsy absolutely fits that spot in my imagination that fires up a smile and a song in my heart. I can't tell you how gratified I was to find a new book even though it was the "end" of Wynter's story. It is a great ending, when the warp and weft woven by the Fates suddenly reveals itself to be a whole cloth of great beauty, surprising here in our "light fiction" universe
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