26 January 2017

And so it ends!

Hello! It's been a while since I posted anything. Not that you can blame me. First because of pregnancy then a difficult birth. Not that I'm complaining, because I now have an adorable 3-month-old son. Come on, drop me those lovely congrats! Hahaha :D

Anyway, if it weren't for these two reasons I would have more updates and the review below would have been posted by the time I finished it.

So, my first post this is...

Drumroll, please!





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Blurb:

College student Hannah Maquiling, also temporarily working as the Goddess of Love, has had enough of everyone asking for her help when it comes to relationships. It's her turn to find romance! She deserves it, after serving as matchmaker and confidant to everyone else in Ford River College for the past year. She's had a crush on handsome senior (and God of the Sun) Quin forever, but he's destined to fall in love with an extraordinary mortal woman, so she's figured her chances with him have pretty much dropped to zero.

It's not like she doesn't have any options for a classic college romance though. There's Diego, God of the Sea and Quin's best friend/enemy. And regular guy Robbie is stepping up, making sure she knows how he feels about her. How hard can it be for a goddess to find someone to love, and be loved in return?


Rating: ✮✮✮✮
 
 
Interim Goddess of Love trilogy will still be my most favorite out of all the books I read by Mina. However, this volume gave me the most complicated feeling. I'm happy and disappointed at the same time. Just like how Hannah felt that she have everything and nothing at all.

This volume was quite an adventure.

It's unbelievable how cool I was with Quin not caring how it will end for him in the whole story, then care so much in the last two chapters. I felt sorry for him because he made his decision based on what he have seen, but I was annoyed at the same time that did not fight for the love he has been waiting for.

And Hannah? Don't even get me started! I understand her, but that's not stopping me from feeling that her choice was unfair for both men. I'm glad one of my wishes after finishing volume 2 came true just not the way I wish. (Congrats Robbie!)

Now for my next wish. Mina, please write a story for Diego!
 
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About The Author 

Mina V. Esguerra writes contemporary romance and young adult novellas. She has a bachelor's degree in Communication and a master's degree in Development Communication, put to good use in her work as trainer and content management consultant. Mina lives in Metro Manila, Philippines, with her husband and daughter.

She finds inspiration in the lives and experiences of other people, so the answer to "Is this story based on you?" is always, always "No."

http://minavesguerra.com
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