A hotter than hot Sun God will do whatever it takes to protect the one woman he can't let go of in New York Times bestselling author Mimi Jean Pamfiloff's steamy, paranormal romance series, Accidentally Yours.
A Deal from Heaven
Living in New York City, Penelope Trudeau has seen a lot of weird stuff-but nothing like the insane redhead who accosts her with a wild proposition. Penelope will get a million dollars if she has a baby with the strange woman's brother. With her mother dying from a mysterious disease, Penelope can use the money. Yet the terrified waitress is adamant that her womb and eggs are not for sale . . . until she meets her intended mate. He's impressively built, gorgeous, and red-hot, literally. He's a freaking immortal Sun God.
For thousands of years, Kinich (Nick to his friends) didn't believe in fraternizing with humans, so procreating with them is definitely a no-no. But after one sizzling encounter with the beautiful, passionate Penelope, Nick begins to think he was wrong . . . until he realizes meeting Penelope was just another one of his crazy sister's schemes at manipulation. But now that he has Penelope in his life, he can't let her go. Especially because doing so means throwing her into the hands of his dangerous enemies.
Pamfiloff's sixth Accidentally Yours humorous paranormal (after Accidentally... Cimil?) pairs up a struggling waitress and a devastatingly sexy god. Penelope Trudeau is minding her own business, trying to support herself and her ill mother in New York City, when flamboyant stranger Cimil offers her a million dollars to bear a child by Cimil's brother, Kinich. While Penelope declares that her womb is not for sale, she does wonder why Cimil chose her. But the truth is far beyond anything she could have imagined: Cimil and Kinich are gods, in the middle of a fight to eliminate evil forces and prevent the apocalypse, and Cimil thinks Penelope is Kinich's fated mate. Pamfiloff injects smart-ass humor into every scene, as Penelope's mother is kidnapped and Penelope and Kinich try to find her while keeping themselves alive. The cutesy dialogue and asides ("Ogling your giant man-sicle...") are cloying, and the cliffhanger ending frustrates, but the plot and characters are pure fun.
REALLY GOOD READ
I couldn't put it down and was so frustrated by the to be continued at the end, definitely worth it though!
Sun god seeks surrogate
Awful. To freakin wordy. Too. Too many tangent s. Ridiculous waste of space on paper. If the book was cut in half word-wise. It would be a heck of a lot better. Shame on you editors for misleading the author that her writing style was good. It needs work before it gets republished