Book Review: Sun God Seeks…Surrogate? by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Sun God Seeks…Surrogate?
Author: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Series: Accidentally Yours, book 3
Source: From publisher for review
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The third book in the Accidentally Yours series is a thrilling paranormal romance.
Penelope Trudeau thought she had seen it all, but nothing like when she is accosted by an insane redhead who has an even crazier proposition – have a baby with the strange woman’s brother in exchange for a million dollars, well that one. While Penelope could use the money to help her mother, she insists that her womb and eggs are not for sale… until she meets her impressively built, gorgeous intended mate and oh let’s not forget to mention that he is an immortal Sun God. Kinich doesn’t believe in fraternizing with humans so procreation is a definite no- no. Until he spends one night with the beautiful Penelope and begins to think that he could be wrong, until he learns that the whole thing was set up by his crazy sister. But if he lets her go, she’ll be in danger from his enemies.
The fast paced plot keeps readers on their toes with lots of suspense, action and romance. The author paints the story with vivid images and details that make it seem as if the reader is part the story and the strong compelling characters reach out and grab the reader drawing them deeper into the story. The continuing battle between good and evil that is being fought is well written and believable and the gods that the author created for her paranormal world are intriguing and fun characters that gives a little something extra to the story.
The attraction between Pen and Nick radiates heat from every page and the sex scenes, even the ones in dreamland are hot and steamy, love the shower scene, that one is a category all its own. The romance between the two has a long way to go since there is one very sexy but stubborn Sun God and of course fate has a way of sticking her nose in things making things even more difficult.
I really enjoyed this book and the world of mythological gods that the author has created, it has its unique twists, lots of fun snarky dialogue and some surprises that the reader doesn’t see coming.