Of Gods & Goats eBook ï Of Gods MOBI :Ú

Of Gods & Goats eBook ï Of Gods MOBI :Ú

Of Gods & Goats (Gods & Goats Trilogy, #1) [Download] ➾ Of Gods & Goats (Gods & Goats Trilogy, #1) Author V.L. Locey – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk I used to have a tranuil life in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania It was just me my dog and cat the ones with the wizarding monikers a watch steer three dairy goats and a flock of chickens That was b I used to have a tranuil life in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania It was just me my dog and cat the ones with the wizarding monikers a watch steer three dairy goats and a flock of chickens That was before that thunderstorm of all thunderstorms blew over my twelve acres of rural serenity and dropped one hell of a celestial body into my goat barn and my placid lifestyleAnd to think Libby Simons used to be Of Gods MOBI :Ú known as ‘That goat lady on the hill’ by her uniue and very rural friends and neighbors Now I`m known as the woman with that very odd ‘bison’ and a farm hand who can lift a Hereford over his head and not break a sweat Long gone are the uiet days and oh so lonely nights I used to know I`m fighting to not only keep the knowledge that gods do exist from hitting the town paper but I`m also suaring off against the very beings that reside up yonder And I don`t mean Canadian`s while trying to figure out if a farm girl like me and a war mongering god like Ares should act on the rather toasty impulses we both havePrint copies available from my website copies available at Smashwords.


About the Author: V.L. Locey

VL Locey loves worn jeans Dr Who Torchwood belly laughs yoga reading and writing lusty tales walking Greek mythology the New York Rangers comic books and coffee Not necessarily in that order She shares her life with her husband her daughter one dog two cats and a flock of assorted domestic fowlWhen not writing lusty tales she can be found enjoying her day with her menagerie.



10 thoughts on “Of Gods & Goats (Gods & Goats Trilogy, #1)

  1. Dennis Miller Dennis Miller says:

    Gods Goats a Memorable NovelI grew up on a farm and read all the Greek and Roman mythology I could find in our small town libraryI was a prime candidate for Vicki Locey’s Of Gods and Goats I was not disappointed Only a person who lives on a farm and actually raises goats could depict this life with the unforced accuracy that Ms Locey doesThe tranuil life that narrator Libby Simmons describes is pretty much blown apart when Ares god of war crashes through her barn roof The book is pure delight with the independent but smitten Libby and her saucy interaction with the huge muscular and lusty Ares The lust by the way is mutualThe author does an excellent job bringing out the human characteristics of the gods which made them so endearing enduring and well immortal The tale takes us from the Pennsylvania farm through Hades’ underground to Olympus where Libby holds her own against the gods during a trial The book is laced with pop culture references that remind us that the author is having a good time with her tale And I have to say Of Gods and Goats is one of the most fun novels I’ve read in yearsAnyone who reads it will be happy – as I am – to know the seuel is just around the cornerMerged reviewGods Goats a Memorable NovelI grew up on a farm and read all the Greek and Roman mythology I could find in our small town libraryI was a prime candidate for Vicki Locey’s Of Gods and Goats I was not disappointed Only a person who lives on a farm and actually raises goats could depict this life with the unforced accuracy that Ms Locey doesThe tranuil life that narrator Libby Simmons describes is pretty much blown apart when Ares god of war crashes through her barn roof The book is pure delight with the independent but smitten Libby and her saucy interaction with the huge muscular and lusty Ares The lust by the way is mutualThe author does an excellent job bringing out the human characteristics of the gods which made them so endearing enduring and well immortal The tale takes us from the Pennsylvania farm through Hades’ underground to Olympus where Libby holds her own against the gods during a trial The book is laced with pop culture references that remind us that the author is having a good time with her tale And I have to say Of Gods and Goats is one of the most fun novels I’ve read in yearsAnyone who reads it will be happy – as I am – to know the seuel is just around the corner


  2. Cathy Brockman Cathy Brockman says:

    Oh my Gosh this was so much fun to read I laughed till I cried I always loved mythology but now I am readdicted More Gods please Libby is a widowed Goat farmer She hasn’t gotten over her loss of her husband and lost her faith in any God Until one fell through her roof into her life Literally Enter Ares a huge hunk of man that claims to be Ares the Greek God Libby is sure he is on something or just loony but soon she finds out its true Oh my twists and turns and happenings Like I mentioned before be prepared to laugh A lot Plan time to read this since once you start you won’t want to put it downRecommendations If you like Gods goats Mythology cows sensuous sex a great love story and laughing I highly recommend this book


  3. Nickie Séne Nickie Séne says:

    I absolutely couldn't put this book down It perfectly captured rural hometown USA in its spot on uotidian humor observations and fantasies The characters were easy to fall in love with and I almost fell down a flight of subway stairs being wholly captured in wanting to know what was going to happen next


  4. Chuck Chuck says:

    The book is very well written and is loaded with all sorts of funny situationsIt's a good readAnd the author happens to be a good friend of mine


  5. Heidi Heidi says:

    Only on page 38 and have already laughed out loud Great book I am looking forward to the next oneOf course now when I head to the barn I have to double check for new visitors


  6. Angel Walker Angel Walker says:

    I always start by saying let me startI will not do that this time I will start with holy moly VL Locey and I attend the same writers group in our area and I'd have to admit that I got to read little sneak peaks before the book came out I thoroughly enjoyed listening to her read parts of her novel out loud Listening to the animation in her voice and bringing the characters to life was amazing I actually wish everyone would be able to enjoy her book by listening to her read it aloud When the book came out I couldn't wait to read it and put the rest of the puzzle together from what I had already heard her read Libby Simons is the main character and could be summed up as a widow who works hard doesn't take shit and takes awhile to get use to the idea of moving on passed her husband's death It was interesting to read her thoughts The way her mind worked and the thoughts that bounced around were priceless She is definitely a saucy minx who needed a man in her life All of her thoughts centered around the chisel body of her new beau Ares All of the things that most women think inside when they see a half naked man was what VL Locey wrote I kept thinking things that I wasn't uite proud to think of a half naked man with a sledgehammer but of course VL Locey did not shy away from them That was what I liked the most No holds barred Out loud she didn't say it but in her head she didn't hold back I loved itAnother big part of the novel that I loved was the way that Ares spoke and what actually came out of his mouth I couldn't stop laughing when he was trying to co exist with the people who were in Libby's life There was also adjusting his behavior in general toward women It was funny reading the dialogue between the two Every time Ares spoke of bedding her when they first met I laughed so hard He just didn't have a clue whatsoever how to treat women It was hilariousIf you aren't one of those people who shy away from sex then I would have to tell you that this book is not for you It's not an erotic book but there is a sex scene that would have made Hugh Hefner blush I had a hard time reading it without blushing Then I had to read it again to make sure it was actually possible You'll understandThe one thing I would have loved to see was the relationship between Libby and Ares build More of the reason why she was attracted to him besides his good looks Plus it was unclear to me when he made the decision that he was fallen for her I don't want to give too much away although most people who have read a book now how the formula of a romantic comedy work I just wish there was that something between them but there is a second novel in the series so I know I'll get to read a lot If you are looking for a light read with a sense of humor funny banter and sexy Gods this is definitely a book to pick up


  7. Lynn Townsend Lynn Townsend says:

    I fell in love with Locey when I saw her story in He Loves me for my Brainssss So when I saw she had some other books out I was uick to snap them up I have not been disappointedHer characters are vivid amusing and prone to making the same stupid mistakes as normal people however there were no Big Misunderstandings which is a trope in romance books that I find particularly annoying since if the characters would just have a discussion like the rational intelligent people they're otherwise portrayed to beBack in college one of the worst hardest classes I had was Mythology Who would have thunk it right? But the professor was a nut for the minutest trivia Hercules' great aunt on his mother's side mentioned only once in the text book in a foot note Was on the EXAM Fortunately this terrible experience did not kill my love of Greek and Roman mythos and I find myself yelling at various books and movies when they screw it all up Yes you can world build but can we please stop with the whole Hades Satan crap And I know it's a disney movie but Heracles is NOT Hera's son Sorry just no Which leads me up to saying; this book gets the facts correctHoly crow


  8. Joyce M. Tice Joyce M. Tice says:

    The plot is incredibly clever and the god characters themselves well drawn I enjoyed the snappy self described wise ass commentary for the first two chapters After that while admiring the cleverness of it I found it incessant and relentless and annoying in its excess I was relieved to see it taper off a bit toward the end of the book which made it a lot nicer to read I really enjoyed the whole concept of bringing myth into the present day resulting in some humorous learning experiences for both gods and mortals


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