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Goddess Interrupted (Goddess Test, #2)

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By Aimee Carter 

Goodreads Summary -

Kate Winters has won immortality.
But if she wants a life with Henry in the Underworld, she'll have to fight for it.
Becoming immortal wasn't supposed to be the easy part. Though Kate is about to be crowned Queen of the Underworld, she's as isolated as ever. And despite her growing love for Henry, ruler of the Underworld, he's becoming ever more distant and secretive. Then, in the midst of Kate's coronation, Henry is abducted by the only being powerful enough to kill him: the King of the Titans.

As the other gods prepare for a war that could end them all, it is up to Kate to save Henry from the depths of Tartarus. But in order to navigate the endless caverns of the Underworld, Kate must enlist the help of the one person who is the greatest threat to her future.

Henry's first wife, Persephone.

Review - No spoilers 

I really hate to start the month with this sort of review but, I really did not like this book. I have mixed feelings about this book and I still can't figure out whether I liked it or not. I'll start off with the cover, it is incredibly pretty and I love how it's got Kate on the front. I love the font of the title and it's just a really beautiful cover. 

This book didn't live up to the potential that I thought it would. The first book Goddess Test was so good and this just really let me down. I hate saying bad things about books and I always strive to say only good things but this one just really angered me. I think it's just because once you read Percy Jackson you have a certain view on the Greek Gods. This book just destroyed it for me,,,

But if you love a heavy romance and Greek Mythology then this is definitely something you want to read. I personally didn't like it but I know a lot of other people did and obviously everyone is going to have a lot of different opinions and this is mine. But I still say go ahead and read the series it's still really good.


Spoiler Review - Major Rant - Read at your own risk

  • There were some major things that really pissed me off about this book. They spell Kronos, Cronus which is the Latinised version of it. I really didn't like and it just ticked me off every time I read it as Kronos with a 'K' is more accurate. 
  • This was a major issue in the whole book, the whole time Kate is all self-pitying over the whole Henry S***. Ok honey let the man breathe and figure out his feelings towards you. Stop being so insecure, It's al right to be a little doubtful as I know if I was in that situation, I would have doubted myself for a while there too. NOT FOR THE WHOLE DAMN BOOK! And plus, she had all these people around her assuring her and she wouldn't take there damn word.
  • Also another thing, we only get like a tiny bit of the Henry that we see in the first book and that was in the end. He was all cute and we saw more of his feelings and emotions towards Kate. I just didn't like how he almost cried letting her go. HADES DOES NOT CRY!(in my mind) And why is he captured for like half the book. YOU DON'T KIDNAP GODS, LET ALONE HADES IN THE FREAKING UNDERWORLD. How does that even work? 
  • And can I just say, what is with these Hera's in books being crazy. We get the same occurrence in Percy Jackson when he was kidnapped. BY HER! If she was real...I dunno what I'd do. I think I'd get a criminal record. 
  • And why would Dylan (who is meant to be Ares) back down from war???!!! He is the God of War, that makes no sense. It just makes me question whether the author forgot that she changed the names and forgot who they originally were as gods. (And on top of that, HENRY backs down from the war. I see his reasoning but they need him.)
  • Don't even let me get started on Persephone, she needs to get out! She was such a home wrecker and it just made Kate's insecurities worse! Which then made me nearly quite reading the book. She was such an annoying character and I wish she would get along with Kate. That would be so cool, and I wish she never kissed Henry. 
  • But I gotta say, I am impressed with the ending. Boy did that just...bring out emotion in me. I just, I cannot even comprehend what happened there, it all makes perfect sense but my brain won't register it. WHY! It means I have to go read the next book which is what I really don't wanna do but I have to! I did not see it coming from a mile, and I just suffered severe whiplash. 
  • Ok Imma wrap this up. I have mixed feelings about this book. I loved it but I hated it. The writing was perfect...characters could use a lot of improving but I guess I should have seen it coming as it is a heavy romance. I'm not going to be a full on hater but I just think there could have been some improvements and it had so much potential. 


  1. Great review. I didn't like the one so much compared to the others but I still enjoyed it. I so agree with you about Kate and her insecurities. Your so funny Francoise!