Tempt the Stars

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Penguin Group (Australia), 2013 - Clairvoyants - 418 pages
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Being a goddess is a lot less fun than you might think. Especially when you're only a half goddess, and when you only found out about it recently, and when you still don't know what you're doing half the time. And when you've just used your not-so-reliable powers to burglarize the booby-trapped office of a vampire mob boss.Yeah, that part sucks.But that's just the tip of the iceberg for Cassandra Palmer, aka the Pythia, the freshly minted chief seer of the supernaturla world. After all, Cassie still has to save a friend from a fate worse than death, deal with an increasingly possessive master vampire, and prevent a party of her own acolytes from unleashing a storm of fury upon the world. Totally just your average day at the office, right?'Karen Chance will enthrall you.' USA Today bestselling author Rebecca York'A breathless action packed thrill ride.' Book'd Out

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User Review  - kimberwolf - LibraryThing

Cassie's suspenseful and humorous adventures continue as she travels to the underworld in an attempt to rescue Pritkin from the demon's life his father wants for him, and discovers more about her own past and her Pythian abilities in the process. I didn't want this one to end. Read full review

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User Review  - DarkFaerieTales - LibraryThing

Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales Quick & Dirty: After all that Cassie Palmer has been through lately, you’d think she’d get a chance to relax. A trip to hell to rescue Pritkin doesn’t really ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Karen Chance is the New York Timesbestselling author of two urban fantasy series. Her previous novels Touch the Dark,Claimed by Shadow, Embrace the Night, Midnight's Daughter, Curse the Dawn, Death's Mistress andHunt the Moonare all published by Penguin. Karen lives in Central Florida, the home of make-believe, which may explain a lot.

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