Thursday, 13 September 2012

Throwback Thursday #63 - Goddess of the Sea

This is a great feature that Melissa at My words and pictures has been doing for a while and I wanted to jump on board! There are plenty of books out there I desperately want...

But what about all those wonderful books that are ALREADY on my shelves
Goddess of the Sea - PC Cast
On the night of her twenty-fifth birthday, alone in her apartment, Air Force Sergeant Christine Canady wished for one thing: a little magic in her life. After drinking way too much champagne, she performed, of all crazy things, a goddess-summoning ritual, hoping that it would somehow make her life a little less ordinary...but she never believed the spell would actually work!
When her military plane crashes into the ocean, CC's mission overseas takes an unexpected turn. She awakens to find herself in a legendary time and place where magic rules the land—occupying the body of the mythic mermaid Undine. But there is danger in the waters and the goddess Gaea turns this modern, military gal into a beautiful damsel so that she can seek shelter on land. CC is soon rescued (literally) by a knight in shining armor. She should he falling in love with this dream-come-true, but instead she aches for the sea and Dylan, the sexy merman who has stolen her heart.
I enjoyed PC Cast's Divine series so I went out and bought all the Goddess series...but they are all sitting on my huge TBR pile... I love the idea of a modern girl finding romance in the mystical side of things!
Would you fall for a Merman or a Knight...?


  1. Oh I enjoyed this one. My fave of hers is still the Rose one (Beauty and Beast retelling) but this one was fun as well.

    Merman or knight? It depends.... ;)

  2. Dunno about this one. But I know I have seen it somewhere..the library might have them in Swedish

  3. Oh this is one author I want to try books by. I think I might have read an anthology with a short by this author, but now I can't remember. Hm. Hope you get to it and enjoy it.

  4. I read the one with the king Arthur thing and loved it. The books in this series are a little expensive though but I love the time travel idea behind it. Reminds me of KMM's Highlander series.