• Title: Spice God
  • Author: C.L. Stone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Spice God From the author of The Academy Series When Melody ran away from a drugged out ex husband and a controlling mother she needed a new home and a new job A thriving and posh hideaway Juniper Island held
    From the author of The Academy Series When Melody ran away from a drugged out ex husband and a controlling mother, she needed a new home and a new job A thriving and posh hideaway, Juniper Island held a promise to be the change she needed.Directed to the North Shore by the locals, she meets Tonac, an unusual chef and owner of the Mayana restaurant He gives his delicious From the author of The Academy Series When Melody ran away from a drugged out ex husband and a controlling mother, she needed a new home and a new job A thriving and posh hideaway, Juniper Island held a promise to be the change she needed.Directed to the North Shore by the locals, she meets Tonac, an unusual chef and owner of the Mayana restaurant He gives his delicious meals away for free, and doesn t serve people what they want, only what they need.When Melody tastes the food for the first time, she finds out why the customers kept coming back despite the strangeness The food influences people in unique ways, sometimes sharing visions, sometimes gently nudging people to encourage bravery, kindness, even charity.Tonac takes her on as a waitress, but under his care, she comes face to face with the secret of who he really is.Not all of the residents of Juniper Island are happy with Tonac When Melody gets caught up in the middle, it ll take than a few spiced apple tarts or a helping of pumpkin soup to uncover the deeper secrets that some people on Juniper Island wants to keep buried.

    One Reply to “Spice God”

    1. As a huge fan of C.L. Stones Academy series, I were really looking forward to this piece of chocolate. It had a rich, spicey flavour, with caramel fillings, and just melted on my thongue. In many specters this book were the perfect romance story. There are some similarities between The Academy, where the boys/men surrounding the female lead, seems to navigate towards her. Female lead is also different somehow, but we are not clued in on the why much later in the book. So, distraught woman runs f [...]

    2. Ok, I have to be honest, this book has been sitting on my TBR pile for about a month now. I really love The Academy series by C.L. Stone and did not want to move on. However, I am now really glad I did.I loved this book! I thought Melody was a really interesting, deep character and the descriptions of Tonac and Dion were just, well, *swoon*. I have to admit, I had no idea the twist involving the guys was coming, it completely fooled me, and made this book go on my list of “unable to put down [...]

    3. Great Fun ReadI love all of Ms Stones books and this is no different. My only disappoint is than there isn't more books with Melody, Tonac and Dion as a reverse harem series. Maybe throw Vul into the mix to make it interesting

    4. Never fails to make me smile.C.L. never fails to make me smile even with this quirky story. The woman's mind never fails to surprise and entertain me. She always has a unexpected twist to her books. If you want a light story without drama and a ton of sex this is for you.

    5. It was really odd but I did get sucked into it. Not what I was thinking it was going to be at all but it was still pretty good

    6. This book was different. That's not to say it was bad, but just different. It also confused the hell out of me most of the time. You get hallucination causing food, questionable alcohol, and mysterious townspeople/business owners. I have to admit, I did not clue into what was going on until it was spelled out for me, but I think I'm going to blame that on my foggy brain. On the subject of the big reveal, I feel like the author spent way too much time dancing around the subject. Melody would ask [...]

    7. I never got a chance to read this, shall I say never gave the book a chance until it hit my email with a new cover and Title. I gotta say it was a twist I didn't see coming but I enjoyed reading it! I can't wait to read that happens next!

    8. Really fun!Nice use of and blending of historical gods and goddesses from multiple ancient times and cultures into one really amusing fipiece of fiction.

    9. Spice God is a great start to another delectable series from Stone. Well I hope its a new seriesYes, this book did make me hungry with all the luscious talk of food but the inner secrets behind Juniper Island was utterly enticing. This is a completely new concept for Stone, bringing a mythological twist to her newest endeavor. Spice God gives us a strong heroine, discovering her way after an abusive marriage and a controlling parent. Exquisite but vulnerable men to fall for our leading lady. Pow [...]

    10. Reviewed by Whitney@Shooting Stars ReviewsSpice God begins when Melody arrives in a new town. She needs a job, and a place to stay, but she hopes she just get some food and figure it out from there. Once she gets to a strange restaurant where she didn't have to order or pay she then decided to ask the owner for a job. Tonac, the owner of the restaurant, gives her a job and a place to stay. But she doesn't realizes she's entering a whole new world now. This world is so different from anything she [...]

    11. A clever modern fairy taleIt is written in fairy tale style in the sense that it's more about telling the story & characters playing their parts than the characters being super developed--meaning that Tonac & Melody fall in love, but we don't get the specific details: she "sees" him & he is hot and sensitive. It is a very clever adaptation of the pantheons of gods mingling amongst us in the 21st century. And a fresh look at how the gods understand their place in existence. It was kin [...]

    12. I crave c.l. Stones work and when I burned through ghost bird and scarab beetle I needed another fix. This book doesn't disappoint. There may be some points I wished shed elaborate more one but really it's only one book and she can't go on forever. And the idea of going to the restaurant and getting what you need instead of what you want is something I wish was real in the world. I'm sure it is out there somewhere I just haven't found it yet. Although perhaps in the mean time I could just precar [...]

    13. It was an enjoyable, quick read. I liked the setting of the coastal island, and I like the story of a woman who find herself and her strength through the book. Through in some yummy hunks, a little good and evil, and you have an entertaining book, with a nice romance.

    14. After reading so many super serious gods-and-monsters paranormal action/horror/romances this was a refreshing tale. Sweet story of a woman getting a new start and a god who just likes making people happy with good food.

    15. I actually really enjoyed the characters in this book. But I felt like it was the start of a series and CL left me hangin. But I did enjoy the story line and the potential routes that this story could go

    16. I loved the academy series (both of them) written by the same author so I decided to give this book a try. She never fails to disappoint me! This one was a quick easy read with some great characters. Very unpredictable and i like that :)

    17. Great!This is another great story to be able to spend some time to relax and enjoy a little love and guess who will definitely recommend to friends.

    18. A fun, fast and light read. I think it's perfect for summer when you want to read a romantic book while enjoying the sun and the beach.

    19. Awesome Read CL Stone has a away with words Every book she writes I find myself drawn into her characters as the come to life on the pages.

    20. Diamond In Disguise!I loved this book! It caught my attention from the very beginning. Now if you'll excuse me I have to go do some research and find out if there is a sequel!

    21. Presise was good, some bits I didn't likje as much, like the attempt at a love triangle, but otherwise, lovely!

    22. I really like the author and enjoy her other books. I would have given a better rating, but I didn't really appreciate who she chose to be the "villain". Just a personal thing for me.

    23. A lighthearted paranormal romance with a realistic compelling heroine moving to a small town isleand to start anew.

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