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    The circle is complete

    When a supreme being of all the super beings is looking for a mate, how will it turn out ... When I requested this book, I thought I was for a fun read about a goddess encountering a man who stirred her curiosity and intrigued her to want to know him more. I got it but I confess I felt confused at the beginning as aplenty of characters were introduced, and it became obvious this standalone story was in fact the end of many other stories. This book is the epilogue tying up the knots of the many protagonists’ life from previously published paranormal series, with a happy ending for the most ranked of the supernatural beings. But once I passed this detail, it was quite en enjoyable read, even if I had to get a crash course in what is the ether for the author. Gaia is mother of all, yet over the centuries, she is challenged by her creations, the human kind is a deceptive breed, why she added restrictions to her paranormal creatures but time has passed and she must too take a fresh look on her own rules. She is far from perfect and in fact appears more human like than she likes, why when she meets a man who puzzles her, she feels lost and needs guidance. Aaron is a widower, with two grown daughters and a change of carrier waiting for him as he no longer can be the cardiac surgeon he once was. When he first meet Gaia, she appears as lonely as him, and soon he knows why. Their relationship is one of friendship at first, where she has to learn to listen and If one thing is sure, Gaia does not listen, she decides and acts. I liked Fate and Karma, Gaia’s sisters they are what they were named for, more fair and agreeable than Gaia, who is very haughty and full of herself, as it is for the mother of everything. If one part of the book is about setting a date for Gaia which results in humorous moments, the other is to close all the loose threads from the other stories. In all an enjoyable story but to fully appreciate it, you must read the author’s previous work. Why I rate it 4 stars. I was granted an advance copy through Netgalley by the publisher Sourcebooks Casablanca. Here is my true and unbiased opinion.

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