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The Hidden Goddess

Hobson, M. K. (Book - 2011)
Average Rating: 4 stars out of 5.
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"Like it or not, Emily has fallen in love with Dreadnought Stanton, a New York Warlock as irresistible as he is insufferable. Newly engaged, she now must brave Dreadnought's family and the magical elite of the nation's wealthiest city. Not everyone is pleased with the impending nuptials, especially Emily's future mother-in-law, a sociopathic socialite. But there are greater challenges still: confining couture, sinister Russian scientists, and a deathless Aztec goddess who dreams of plunging the world into apocalypse. With all they must confront, do Emily and Dreadnought have any hope of a happily-ever-after?"--Cover verso.
Authors: Hobson, M. K., 1969-
Title: The hidden goddess
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2011, ©2011
Edition: Spectra mass market edition
Characteristics: 374 pages ;,18 cm
Statement of Responsibility: M. K. Hobson
Notes: "A Spectra mass market original"--Title page verso
Summary: "Like it or not, Emily has fallen in love with Dreadnought Stanton, a New York Warlock as irresistible as he is insufferable. Newly engaged, she now must brave Dreadnought's family and the magical elite of the nation's wealthiest city. Not everyone is pleased with the impending nuptials, especially Emily's future mother-in-law, a sociopathic socialite. But there are greater challenges still: confining couture, sinister Russian scientists, and a deathless Aztec goddess who dreams of plunging the world into apocalypse. With all they must confront, do Emily and Dreadnought have any hope of a happily-ever-after?"--Cover verso.
ISBN: 0553592661
9780553592665
Branch Call Number: FICTION HOBSON 2011
Subject Headings: New York (N.Y.) Fiction Goddesses Fiction Warlocks Fiction
Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction
Occult fiction
Love stories
Historical fiction
Topical Term: Goddesses
Warlocks
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Old west/steampunk fantasy


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Jun 28, 2011
  • Jaida13 rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

This is a sequel to Native Star and it's just as good. The unique blend of history and fantasy is just as original in this one. Instead of wild west scenes, though, it's the uppity social setting of New York. The romance between Emily and Stanton is bigger in this book, it plays a bigger part. Everything is wrapped up cleanly and satisfactorily for readors in the end. The problems of this book and the previous one are completely solved. It's also just as exciting as the other one. I enjoyed it immensely and I'm sure you will too.

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