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  • Perfect!

    This is a perfect prequel to this series. It left me wanting more. I only wish there would have been one steamy scene between the characters but I can see how it will just cause you to want to read the stories coming next. Short and sweet and now I will be picking up the rest. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Priestess of Truth is a sweet short story.

    Priestess of Truth by Laura Greenwood is a short story that is A Forgotten Gods Prequel. In this prequel, two people in service to the Egyptian Gods meet and are destined to be together. This is their story. Be aware is just an introduction to the Forgotten Gods series not a complete book. Even though this is very short read I found it to be a quick fun read that is short, sweet, and entertaining. Priestess of Truth is a sweet short story of fated love.

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  • Too short to bother

    This is a truly short story, not much story and not much about the characters. Most disappointing for me was not only the length, but it ended at 60-65% leaving a lot of promotion for the author at the end. I normally don’t mind it but given the brevity of the book, I found it excessive. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Awesome

    This is an awesome start to what is going to be a great series. The author does a great job of developing the characters and the storyline. Can’t wait for the next book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Egyptian Myths to Enjoy!

    Demi-goddess and Priestess Edrice was not looking for a soulmate when she went to the travelling fair based on the excited tales of the other priestesses of the Egyptian goddess Ma'at, goddess of truth, justice, harmony, and balance. The fun and excitement drew them all in. With this being her first time ever to such a fair, Edrice decides to visit a tarot reader and walks right into the hard chest of a man. They recognized each other from the temple, but didn’t exchange names and just walked on after apologizing. The reader laid out the cards and, strangely, Edrice felt the truth of them although she didn’t know what they meant. The reader gives her a reading about finding her soulmate, whom she has already met because both of them work at the temple, and he will have been born under the sign of the lion, a Leo. In truth the man serves Maahes, the Egyptian lion-headed god of war, meaning he was probably a lion demi-god. He is a leader, and she is a Libra bringing balance which he needs in his role, offering stability and support. The reader feels Edrice will come to accept him in a place surrounded by water, and their love will be eternal, filled with children and family. As a demi-goddess, Edrice could determine truth or lies – and the reader was telling her the truth! Sometime later, the goddess Ma’at asks Edrice for a favor, an offering to the Nile for a good year ahead. Other priests were making offerings as well, and Edrice sees Menefer, a high priest of Maahes. This was the man the tarot reader told her about, the amazing man she ran into at the fair! And making offerings to the Nile put them near the water! Can she trust that this is her soulmate? That he is the one for her for eternity? This was a great prequel to pull the reader in, looking for more, as a prequel is supposed to do! The story line was brief, but it shows the reader there is more depth to come in this series. I look forward to more from this author. She always gives us such wonderful books!

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