Review of To Cast A Stone (The Goddess Redemption #1) by Kelli Lockheart

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Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 56 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

This is the first part in The Goddess Redemption Series. A Paranormal Romance Erotica.

In this installment of the Redemption series, a cruel twist of fate causes the goddess of the hunt, Artemis, to take the life of her lover, Orion, on the day of their betrothal. As punishment, Zeus locks her away in a stone prison, vowing that she would always search for love and never find it, that her stubbornness and anger rule her and that his death lay at her feet. He strips her of her power and knowledge and casts her in stone. Her punishment is swift and severe. The goddess of love has other designs for the Huntress and works out a plan for Artemis to redeem herself and come home. What entails is a story of redemption, a story of true change, and a tale of a desire that burns feverishly in every heart. But there is also a deeper lesson to be learned along the journey. Great power should be shown great respect.

WARNING: Due to explicit sexual material, adult language, and scenes of violence, this book is appropriate for mature readers only!

Approximate Length: 15,000 words (a Novelette)

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

I’m a sucker for Greek Mythology and I love how this twines it with the paranormal world.

Artemis doesn’t always stop to think. She acts and reacts purely on instinct. When she got bored of the hunt she created something new to renew her interest. To think Artemis as the maker of the weres wasn’t a farfetched idea. She is after all the Huntress.

Poor Orion, all he did was fall in love, and that earned him the wrath of Apollo. A little trickery turned what was supposed to be his happiest day into a fateful event.

After many years, with both Artemis and Orion now human their love draws them to one another and they rekindle a once lost love. But will the very creature Artemis created out of boredom now hunt her human form?

I’m looking forward to reading Spellbound. I can’t wait to see what else this series has in store.

My Favorite Moment: There’s nothing like the moment of remembrance; when Artemis and Orion remember who they once were. I cannot wait to see how that fits with who they are now.

Overall, I give this 4 stars! 

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

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