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  • Enjoyable

    4 star Review of Cherishing The Goddess by Lucy Eden Alexander (Alex) Wolfe has spent years putting his business ahead of everything and he is finally close to admitting that he is burnt out. When an opportunity arises for him to go head to head against a corporate raider who he has always admired, he jumps at it. Determined to make this deal the biggest success of his career, he heads to Barbados to close the deal in person. When he meets Calypso (Callie) Sterling, on the island, he is intrigued, particularly since she challenges him on numerous levels; Callie is attracted to him despite herself. Thanks to miss understanding, miss communication and interference all around them, the path to happiness does not run smoothly for Alex and Callie. Alex ticked the boxes for me, he is an absolute alpha and totally swoon worthy. The chemistry between them was steamy, their banter humorous and overall this was a joy to read. Cherishing The Goddess is well written, romantic, emotional and witty and when time permits I will be looking into other books by Lucy Eden.

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  • ‘Enemies to lovers’ romance on Barbados.

    Lucy Eden, ‘Cherising the Goddess’ (Memories are Precious). As an Hidden Gem ARC reader I received this book for free. And promised an honest review. Here it is. English isn’t my first language. Sorry for errors. Rating: 4 stars (of 5). In general: Enemies to lovers romance on Barbados. Main characters: - Calypso (Callie) Sterling. Daughter of Barnabas Sterling. Owner of exclusive hotels. Famous for his social isolation. Keeping his distance from the media. He lives on Barbados where he owns the best holiday resort of the island. Callie is an exotic beauty studying at Wharton University. Intelligent, ambitious and very social with many inhabitants of Barbados, the island where she was born and raised. She lives there again during her summer holidays. - Alexander (Alex) Wolfe. Billionare CEO of a chain of exclusive resorts in a lot of exotic vacation regions. Alex visits Barbados to buy the Sterling resort. The owners refuse to sell. Alex’s firm tries to force the Sterlings, but in the negotiations Alex is outsmarted by Callie and her father. Alex meets Callie shortly before the fatal negotiations not knowing who she is. He’s playing soccer with a little neighbour boy and sees her watching and handling the ball very well when it rolls against her feet. Next day he speaks with her in an elevator when she returns from the beach looking sad. He tries to comfort her; she reacts very emotional and that results in heavy petting. She refuses to tell him her name. Next day they meet again in the negotiations room and both are very surprised. And angry about the refusal of what the Sterlings consider as a hostile take-over. But Alex cannot forget the gorgeous and smart Callie and tries to meet her again. To stop his courting she agrees to a short, one-off date. But during this date there is a click and they meet again. The author Lucy Eden describes how the enemies gradually become lovers in spite of the bad start and a few heavy complications, like mistrust, a family secret and not living in the same region. It results in an entertaining story with credible characters, some funny dialogues and hot scenes taking place on an exotic island. For me a pleasure to read this long novel, an extensive version of a previous published novella with the same name.

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  • Awesome

    This is a wonderful storyline filled with lots of chemistry and twists with magic. The characters are well developed and engaging and held my interest. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • ...a masterful storyteller.

    Calypso and Alexander help Lucy Eden cast a spell. There are moments when, Cherishing the Goddess seems like an otherworldly experiment. The heart wants to believe what the mind refuses to behold. Then there are other times when the mind leaps ahead of the heart and gives it's own spin to the drama that is unfolding. Eden proves herself to be a masterful storyteller.

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