A Date of Godlike Proportions

Posted February 10th, 2014 by in *Review / 2 comments

a date of godlike proportionsTitle: A Date of Godlike Proportions (The Blooming Goddess Trilogy 2.5)
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Publisher: Te Da Media
Publication Date: December 20th 2013

YA

Goodreads Summary:
There’s bound to be pressure when it takes 2500 years to get to a second date. Which is exactly why Theo Rockman, a.k.a. Prometheus, would rather not go. With his best friend gravely injured and the fate of humanity still on the line, Theo has all sorts of creative excuses to avoid dating swoon-worthy god and love of his life, Hephaestus.

YA romantic comedy gets an epic mythological twist in the free (at select retailers) short story A Date of Godlike Proportions (The Blooming Goddess Trilogy Book 2.5). Being human hasn’t killed Theo, but this date just might.

 

My Thoughts

 The Blooming Goddess Trilogy has been one of my favorite series. I have to patiently wait for the last book to come out. It is hard to wait (like I have a choice) but I thought I was doing a fairly good job at it. Then I found out A Date of Godlike Proportions existed and was filled with joy. I love Festos so I knew this one would be great. I decided to wait to read this one but decided I didn’t want to wait anymore.

“Festos moved on to his next song. Singing like he hadn’t a care in the world. Living in the moment.
I scowled. I couldn’t imagine a reality where I wasn’t thinking ten steps ahead at all times.”

Festos and Theo are such opposites but of course they are perfect for each other. I was excited to see how their date would go. Nothing seems to be easy with any of the relationships in this series but of course that is what makes them great. If you haven’t read them do yourself a favor and try My Ex From Hell.

  Shortest story ever but oh so good! Tellulah you tease me with this short story. I need more.

5

 Series Reviews

My Ex From Hell
My Date From Hell

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2 Responses to “A Date of Godlike Proportions”

  1. Born Bookish

    Novellas can be such a tease sometimes. I’ve read one that was only 20 pages! They’re good for tiding over while waiting for the next book but also kind of frustrating, lol. Glad you enjoyed this =)

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