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Book Reviews of Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1)

Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1)
Accidentally In Love With A God - Accidentally Yours, Bk 1
Author: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
ISBN-13: 9781455546923
ISBN-10: 1455546925
Publication Date: 10/29/2013
Pages: 416
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Forever
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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bratz54 avatar reviewed Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1) on + 1024 more book reviews
This was a great and very funny at times story. Emma has a constant companion all her life, only she can hear him, he has been in her head since she remembered. She is out looking to a hot guy she can have a normal time with and try to get Guy out of her head, even for a little bit but no such luck. Until she steps in front of a moving cab in the streets of New York. For a month she been in a coma and when she wakes up Guy is there and sweet talking her into about getting him out of her head and into his body. Guy had been trapped in a cenote (sinkhole) for over 70 years. Emma finds the sinkhole that his body is in but she had been having bad luck through her journey through Mexico that would cost her life. Once she frees Guy she will find out what Guy (Voltan God of Death & War) is really like and she has to find ways to make her point to get what she wants but is deterred buy Guy buy his warriors that are there to protect her but there are always traitors around and they can be like a real friend.
frazerc avatar reviewed Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1) on + 672 more book reviews
This a fun read sort of what MaryJanice Davidson might do with the whole Mayan pantheon at her disposal.

Emma has had an invisible friend most of her life. Well, invisible as in he talks to her in her head, and she wavers between wanting him to be real and fearing shes just delusional. When she grows up she wants him gone. Really. I mean, how normal can a woman be who has somebody talking in her head? And when she tries to date? Disaster! And he never answers her questions, not even about his name.

Her voice informs her that his body is being held captive in Mexico and gives her very specific directions on where to go and what to do and totally refuses to take NO for an answer. So our intrepid heroine treks reluctantly off to Mexico with severely mixed feelings and hopes that if hes really there and isnt some kind of alien warthog that she might finally get some answers.

Of course complications abound, there are the Maaskab, ugly witch doctor types with even uglier habits, Emmas missing grandmother who was apparently handed over to the Maaskab, good gods, bad gods, unknown allies, battle, torture and immortality. And then theres the pesky little fact that sex with the gods tends to be fatal for the human

However the rocky the road to romance does lead to a happily ever after. But be warned, the last page contains an oh my god teaser Avoid unless youre prepared to rush out and buy the next book!

I really enjoyed this one, the snarky dialogue made me laugh and Emma was a great character, if ADHD about her feelings and loyalties. You definitely agreed with Emma when she wanted to smack her voice and then his incarnation for being high-handed and never explaining things all for her own good, of course. Guy/Votan stumbled through falling in love but hey, even 70,000 year old gods arent too old to learn new tricks!

Accidentally Yours series:

Accidentally in Love withA God? #1

Accidentally Married toA Vampire? #2

Sun God SeeksSurrogate? #3

AccidentallyEvil? #3.5

Vampires Need NotApply? #4


AccidentallyCimil? #4.5

AccidentallyOver? #5
emeraldfire avatar reviewed Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1) on
Twenty-two-year-old Emma Keane is just your average city girl trying to get a date. She's a petite and bubbly redhead who's always up for having a little fun. There's just one tiny snag holding her back from finding the perfect guy. And that would be...well...'Guy': the disembodied male voice speaking to her in her mind.

Sound kind of crazy? Probably. But crazy turns downright deadly when the voice persuades Emma to travel deep into the Mayan jungle. There she will be able to free him from the prison where he has been trapped for the past seven decades.

Humans are so vulnerable, so undisciplined, so susceptible to their emotions - particularly love. He must have spent too much time among human-kind before his imprisonment, because it certainly seems that many of their vulnerabilities have begun to alter his personality. That must be the only reason why from the first moment this ancient being connects with Emma, the feelings she sparks drive him utterly mad. Never before has he felt such a protective, keep-her-close, never-let-her-go kind of madness for one particular woman.

Actually, that might not be such a bad idea, because from the moment the beautiful, passionate Emma unshackles his body, they are hunted at every turn. Now he'll have to do everything in his considerable power to keep her safe. But will that be enough? Honestly, if he wasn't already immortal, Emma Keane would quite literally be the death of him!

This is the first book by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff that I've ever read. I usually enjoy reading paranormal romances - especially stories that draw from cultural myths. In my opinion, this was a thoroughly engaging story - filled with a number of likable characters - along with several characters who I felt quite comfortable hating from their introduction, as well. The plot was thrilling and action-packed, and held my attention until the very end.

I give Accidentally in Love With...A God? an A+! and look forward to reading the next book in the series sometime very soon. I'm actually quite curious to see how this story will continue; and how each subsequent book will incorporate the world that Ms. Pamfiloff has created with this series.
wickedfae13 avatar reviewed Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1) on + 2 more book reviews
The overall concept of the book was highly entertaining, but I felt the relationship between the two main characters needed to be fleshed out a bit more in the beginning. I felt a bit like I had jumped into a story already 1/4 of the way through. The characters were hilarious, even though Emma was a little too whiney for my taste, and the plot was very good. I am definitely interested in reading more in the series.
reviewed Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1) on + 21 more book reviews
I was very disappointed in this book. The basic premise was good and sounded promising and it lead me to expect something better than a "I love you . . I hate you . . I love you . . I hate you" type of romance. The heroine was just too stupid to be believed. And the author needs to find a better proofreader and to learn the real meaning of decimate.
frostyfarmhouse avatar reviewed Accidentally In Love With... A God? (Accidentally Yours, Bk 1) on + 5 more book reviews
Very disappointed and a bitt bored..really had to push myself to get thru it.too much back and forth with the main characters. Would def not recommend