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The Hidden Goddess by M.K. Hobson
Cover Artist: David Steveenson, based on a photograph Herman Estevez (woman)
Review by Cathy Green
Spectra Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780553592665
Date: 26 April 2011 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

Links: Author's Website / Show Article /

When last we saw our heroine Emily Edwards, she had defeated the evil conspiracy of sangrimancers and other practitioners of magic with the help of the Earth Goddess Ososolyeh (and Dreadnaught Stanton) to poison the earth (see The Native Star, reviewed in SFRevu.com July 2011), losing her hand in the process. She also became engaged to Stanton. The sequel, The Hidden Goddess, starts with Emily facing an even scarier threat--her future in-laws and New York City high society.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Like it or not, Emily has fallen in love with Dreadnought Stanton, a New York Warlock as irresistible as he is insufferable. Newly engaged, she now must brave Dreadnought's family and the magical elite of the nation's wealthiest city. Not everyone is pleased with the impending nuptials, especially Emily's future mother-in-law, a sociopathic socialite. But there are greater challenges still: confining couture, sinister Russian scientists, and a deathless Aztec goddess who dreams of plunging the world into apocalypse. With all they must confront, do Emily and Dreadnought have any hope of a happily-ever-after?

(Source: Spectra)

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