The Goddess Inheritance by Aimée Carter
Release Date: February 19, 2013 Publisher: HarlequinTEEN
Love or life.
Henry or their child.
The end of her family or the end of the world.
Kate must choose.
During nine months of captivity, Kate Winters has survived a jealous goddess, a vengeful Titan and a pregnancy she never asked for. Now the Queen of the Gods wants her unborn child, and Kate can’t stop her–until Cronus offers a deal.In exchange for her loyalty and devotion, the King of the Titans will spare humanity and let Kate keep her child. Yet even if Kate agrees, he’ll destroy Henry, her mother and the rest of the council. And if she refuses, Cronus will tear the world apart until every last god and mortal is dead.With the fate of everyone she loves resting on her shoulders, Kate must do the impossible: find a way to defeat the most powerful being in existence, even if it costs her everything.
Even if it costs her eternity. (courtesy of Goodreads)
What's Divine About The Goddess Test series?
I'm honored to be a part of the Blog Tour for The Goddess Inheritance, the final book in The Goddess Test series.
What makes The Goddess Test series so divine? It's the perfect combination of great characters, a fascinating mythological background. I've never been a big fan of Greek mythology, but the Goddess Test series makes these ancient myths come alive. It's the perfect series for people like me who learned the myths in school, but doesn't entirely remember them.
Kate and Henry are the heroine and hero of this series. Kate is the human who goes to live with the gods. She is a study in contradicting. Extremely giving and self-sacrificing, but also impulsive, temperamental, and hard-headed. Henry is hard to love at first. He guards his heart so carefully that he seems like an emotionless shell. But really he is kind, sensitive, honorable, thoughtful, and haunted by lost love. Not only are the main characters of this series fully fleshed out, but you have a whole host of strong side characters. I can't really say too much about them without giving away the main surprise of the first book, The Goddess Test, but I promise that they are all flawed characters with independent lives that we learn more about as the series goes on.
If you really want to get a feel for the characters and the mythology, I'd actually suggest starting with The Goddess Legacy, a collection of novellas, which tells the story of the gods and goddesses who form the backbone of the series. We learn how Henry became Hades and see the origin of his pain. We see how the "adults" in this series are really the devious, flawed gods and goddesses of traditional Greek mythology that everyone loves to hate. The Goddess Legacy (it's technically Book 2.5) gives away some of the major surprises of The Goddess Test, but it made the whole series so much richer. I loved how Ms. Carter enriched the somewhat boring myths that I read in school and made them come to life!
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Check out all the stops in the The Goddess Inheritance Tour!
Monday, January 28th - Harlequin Paranormal Blog
Wednesday, January 30th - Alison Can Read
Friday, February 1st - Mundie Moms
Monday, February 4th - Soul Unsung
Wednesday, February 6th - Starry Eyed Revue
Friday, February 8th - Two Chicks on Books
Monday, February 11th - The Story Queen
Tuesday, February 12th - Simply Infatuated
Wednesday, February 13th - Me, My Shelf and I
Friday, February 15th - IB Blogging
I am actually just about to start this series so I don't know too much about its "divine-ness" yet :)ReplyDelete
I do love the cover though!
Thanks for the giveaway!
Loooved this series. I think what I liked most or was most divined was the characters! They were just awesome and so fully developed that they always took you by surprise in their actions!ReplyDelete
I haven't read these books yet, so I don't know!ReplyDelete
While I don't know the true "divine-ness" about the series, I'm very curious about the depiction of the Greek Gods and how the "parents" are the deceiving ones.ReplyDelete
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I just love the Greek mythologyReplyDelete
I think it's the characters! They're background and the fact that they are Gods!!!ReplyDelete
How have I not heard of this series!? I love Greek Mythology!ReplyDelete
I love the characters in The Goddess Test. And I absolutely love the Greek Mythology aspect to the series. I was always so fascinated by Mythology in high school.ReplyDelete
I am very interested in this series.ReplyDelete
I love this series! Can't wait to read The Goddess Inheritance!ReplyDelete
I love Greek Mythology, its what captured me, but I also love the story and the characters :)ReplyDelete
I think the most divine thing about the series is the story. I love retellings of the myth of Hades and Persephone. And of course Henry himself is pretty divine =)ReplyDelete
The mythology would be the most divine thing. I love mythology! I haven't yet started this series, but I just requested the first book from the library. Awesome giveaway!ReplyDelete
Thanks for much for the giveaway! I recently read the last book and so sad to see the series end.ReplyDelete
The part that i think is the most divine about the series is when Henry finally realizes that Kate loves him and he loves her too. Thanks for the giveaway. :)ReplyDelete
Everything is so great!! But Henry is sooo divine :P Thanks for the giveaway!!ReplyDelete
The most divine part? I can't decide. Loved this series! I'm a mythology nerd, so I would probably say that part :)ReplyDelete
I love Aimee Carter, love all of her books, all of them. This is one of my favorite series.ReplyDelete
I LOVE this series <3 <3 <3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! can't wait to read the goddess inheritance!!!!!!!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I am not sure, I have not read any of the yet but I do love mythology.ReplyDelete
I LOVE this series. The most divine part I think would be when Henry finally got a clue and told Kate that he loves her and that she made it clearer that she loves him XDReplyDelete
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Super excited for the final book! As of now I only have Goddess Hunt and Goddess legacy. I have the prequel and inbetweenquel but none of the actual books in normal series! hahaReplyDelete
As for the most divine part, I think it would have to be the complexity of the characters. When you read the first two books, you hate some of the the characters like Calliope and Persephone, but when you read Goddess Legacy, you learn that there is a reason behind their actions and in the end they are just victims too.
There are so many things that I like about this series. I like that Kate and Henry really work through their struggles and insecurities. I also love how it's based off of Greek mythology.ReplyDelete
I loved the way the mythology was mixed inReplyDelete
I love this serious so much!! I think the best part would be seeing the Greek gods in a different light.ReplyDelete
I would love to learn how this series begin. So my choice is to win a copy of the Goddess Test. I do have the second book The Goddess Interrupted. I do have a habit of finding the series in the middle instead of starting with the first book.ReplyDelete
The divine is Henry telling Kate that he loves her.
The most divine part of The Goddess Test series is . . . Henry =DReplyDelete
I NEED Goddess Inheritance!!!!ReplyDelete
The most divine part of the series... the romance.ReplyDelete
I'm not entering the giveaway since I haven't read the previous books in this series, but what a cool prize! I should get on this bandwagon stat. ;)ReplyDelete
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I think the most Divine part of The Goddess series is how the books are writen. Amiees writing has a way of pulling you in, and making you crave more.ReplyDelete
I think the characters are the most divine part!ReplyDelete
I can't wait! Counting down the days until Goddess Inheritance comes out! I love this series! I think Aimee Carter is brilliant.ReplyDelete
I LOVE HENRY!! :) I can't wait until The Goddess Inheritance comes out!! YAY!!ReplyDelete
I haven't started reading them yet but love the beautiful covers! Thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
I haven't started to read them yet, but I love the covers and the synopsis for them (:ReplyDelete
I haven't read any of this series yet, so I don't know! I think they sound really interesting. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
I'm on the edge of my seat waiting for the last book! Aimee Carter is really good with her plot twists :)ReplyDelete
Unfortunately I cannot yet answer that because I have not read these yet...ReplyDelete
The characters! Ohhh the Characters are wonderful!ReplyDelete
The way the characters play their part.ReplyDelete
I love how Aimee Carter sort of revamped a lot of the Greek gods and goddesses and explored their personalities in her own way. :)ReplyDelete
I think Henry and Kate's relationship is the most divine. There are ups and downs but you can tell that they love each other so much and don't want anyone else.ReplyDelete
I love this series! Can't wait to read The Goddess Inheritance. I am dying to know what is going to happen with Henry and Kate. Thank you for this tour and a chance at the giveaway!ReplyDelete
I think the best part is the development in Henry and Kate's relationship.Delete
I like the mythology aspect of the novels.ReplyDelete
I love the romance mixed with Greek mythology! <3ReplyDelete
I love all of the Greek Gods!ReplyDelete
I love Aimee carter and you guys for doing this amazing contest. something that is clearly divine is that it is everything i want all put together in one awesome book like romance mythology suspense.ReplyDelete
I love the characters! Their interactions are fun to read!ReplyDelete
I didn't want this book to end.....so good. hope another goddess test book comes out. kate and Henry are the best.ReplyDelete
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It has been part of their tradition to fight no matter if it will take their lives.ReplyDelete
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