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When gods and immortals still ruled the ancient world, 
one young goddess risked everything for love. He smoothed his palm over his hair. "Tell me what you want me to do, Annani." She blushed. "I want you to kiss me." "What?" He almost choked on his own saliva. Annani glanced at him from under lowered lashes. "I have never been kissed." His eyes went straight to her mouth When gods and immortals still ruled the ancient world, 
one young goddess risked everything for love. He smoothed his palm over his hair. "Tell me what you want me to do, Annani." She blushed. "I want you to kiss me." "What?" He almost choked on his own saliva. Annani glanced at him from under lowered lashes. "I have never been kissed." His eyes went straight to her mouth. Fates, those lips were made for kissing, and it was a crime that they had never been. By him. "I cannot." Her blush deepened, and she lowered her head. He hooked a finger under her chin, lifting her head back up. "But you can. I cannot refuse the princess." Technically, he had to obey her commands. He would not be breaking any laws, written or implied, if he let her kiss him. Annani smiled, her tiny fangs gleaming white. Fates, how he wished to feel her bite on his skin. Would she be as wild and as ferocious as he imagined? "You are too tall for me to reach. If I am to kiss you, you need to sit down." His butt dropped on the bench before she finished her sentence. Annani approached him with the sinuous fluidity of a seductress, not an innocent girl of seventeen summers who had never been kissed. She sat on his lap and wrapped her arms around his neck, her eyes hooded with desire and blazing blue-green light. "I think this will work." Pulling on his neck, she brought his head down. The moment she touched her sweet lips to his, in a kiss that was almost chaste, he became lightheaded, probably because all the blood in his body rushed down into his manhood. She lifted her lips and smiled. "I do not know what I am doing, but apparently it is working." The girl needed him to show her how it was done. "Command me to kiss you." Her eyes widening, it took her a moment before understanding dawned. "Khiann son of Navohn, I command you to kiss me."


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When gods and immortals still ruled the ancient world, 
one young goddess risked everything for love. He smoothed his palm over his hair. "Tell me what you want me to do, Annani." She blushed. "I want you to kiss me." "What?" He almost choked on his own saliva. Annani glanced at him from under lowered lashes. "I have never been kissed." His eyes went straight to her mouth When gods and immortals still ruled the ancient world, 
one young goddess risked everything for love. He smoothed his palm over his hair. "Tell me what you want me to do, Annani." She blushed. "I want you to kiss me." "What?" He almost choked on his own saliva. Annani glanced at him from under lowered lashes. "I have never been kissed." His eyes went straight to her mouth. Fates, those lips were made for kissing, and it was a crime that they had never been. By him. "I cannot." Her blush deepened, and she lowered her head. He hooked a finger under her chin, lifting her head back up. "But you can. I cannot refuse the princess." Technically, he had to obey her commands. He would not be breaking any laws, written or implied, if he let her kiss him. Annani smiled, her tiny fangs gleaming white. Fates, how he wished to feel her bite on his skin. Would she be as wild and as ferocious as he imagined? "You are too tall for me to reach. If I am to kiss you, you need to sit down." His butt dropped on the bench before she finished her sentence. Annani approached him with the sinuous fluidity of a seductress, not an innocent girl of seventeen summers who had never been kissed. She sat on his lap and wrapped her arms around his neck, her eyes hooded with desire and blazing blue-green light. "I think this will work." Pulling on his neck, she brought his head down. The moment she touched her sweet lips to his, in a kiss that was almost chaste, he became lightheaded, probably because all the blood in his body rushed down into his manhood. She lifted her lips and smiled. "I do not know what I am doing, but apparently it is working." The girl needed him to show her how it was done. "Command me to kiss you." Her eyes widening, it took her a moment before understanding dawned. "Khiann son of Navohn, I command you to kiss me."

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Coco.V

    🎁 FREE on Amazon today (2/16/2019)! 🎁 Blurb: When gods and immortals still ruled the ancient world, 
one young goddess risked everything for love. He smoothed his palm over his hair. "Tell me what you want me to do, Annani." She blushed. "I want you to kiss me." "What?" He almost choked on his own saliva. Annani glanced at him from under lowered lashes. "I have never been kissed." His eyes went straight to her mouth. Fates, those lips were made for kissing, and it was a crime that they had never b 🎁 FREE on Amazon today (2/16/2019)! 🎁 Blurb: When gods and immortals still ruled the ancient world, 
one young goddess risked everything for love. He smoothed his palm over his hair. "Tell me what you want me to do, Annani." She blushed. "I want you to kiss me." "What?" He almost choked on his own saliva. Annani glanced at him from under lowered lashes. "I have never been kissed." His eyes went straight to her mouth. Fates, those lips were made for kissing, and it was a crime that they had never been. By him. "I cannot." Her blush deepened, and she lowered her head. He hooked a finger under her chin, lifting her head back up. "But you can. I cannot refuse the princess." Technically, he had to obey her commands. He would not be breaking any laws, written or implied, if he let her kiss him. Annani smiled, her tiny fangs gleaming white. Fates, how he wished to feel her bite on his skin. Would she be as wild and as ferocious as he imagined? "You are too tall for me to reach. If I am to kiss you, you need to sit down." His butt dropped on the bench before she finished her sentence. Annani approached him with the sinuous fluidity of a seductress, not an innocent girl of seventeen summers who had never been kissed. She sat on his lap and wrapped her arms around his neck, her eyes hooded with desire and blazing blue-green light. "I think this will work." Pulling on his neck, she brought his head down. The moment she touched her sweet lips to his, in a kiss that was almost chaste, he became lightheaded, probably because all the blood in his body rushed down into his manhood. She lifted her lips and smiled. "I do not know what I am doing, but apparently it is working." The girl needed him to show her how it was done. "Command me to kiss you." Her eyes widening, it took her a moment before understanding dawned. "Khiann son of Navohn, I command you to kiss me."

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nilsa J.

    A little slow to start off the with but.. Up to this point I have read all of the books in the series. A great read every time. I gave the prequel a four star rating because it was taking a little too long to get to the meat of the story for my tastes. But in retrospect, when you're starting at the beginning of a story you may have to start off slowly in order to build up to the climax. I did like the backstroke...North, the Odus, the families and acquaintances of Annani and Khiann, etc. This gav A little slow to start off the with but.. Up to this point I have read all of the books in the series. A great read every time. I gave the prequel a four star rating because it was taking a little too long to get to the meat of the story for my tastes. But in retrospect, when you're starting at the beginning of a story you may have to start off slowly in order to build up to the climax. I did like the backstroke...North, the Odus, the families and acquaintances of Annani and Khiann, etc. This gave me a few "aha" moments. I'm looking forward to "Goddess' Hope". Who would I recommend this book to? Why anyone who has the patience to read a series. You do get lost in it. I really enjoyed it even though towards the end there was a Kian rather than a Khiann mentioned. Was this a foretelling? Thank you.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Zachary Bauman

    Goddess's Choice: A Children Of The Gods Prequel This Prequel was absolutely enlightening. Ahn is ruler of the gods, immortals and humans no one was higher than Ahn and his queen Nai. there was a pact made with Mortdh Ahn's nephew that he would marry his first daughter to entwine the families but Mortdh is greedy he wants to be supreme ruler over all. Annani is the first born daughter but her heart was gentle and she loved Khiann. I loved the telling of how Ahn and Nai fought to give Annani her t Goddess's Choice: A Children Of The Gods Prequel This Prequel was absolutely enlightening. Ahn is ruler of the gods, immortals and humans no one was higher than Ahn and his queen Nai. there was a pact made with Mortdh Ahn's nephew that he would marry his first daughter to entwine the families but Mortdh is greedy he wants to be supreme ruler over all. Annani is the first born daughter but her heart was gentle and she loved Khiann. I loved the telling of how Ahn and Nai fought to give Annani her true heart's mate. They were willing to give up much to make their child's happiness come to fruition. Khiann is a tradesman son and travels with him often.When he is presented at court Annani gets up to trouble with her maid and best friend Gulan sneaking out to meet with Khiann. Gulan spends allot of time with khiann's best friend Esag and as she guards Annani, Esag decides to train her to fight witch in the end causes Gulan heartbreak because as with Annani Esag is contracted to marry another so while the dates send Annani her true heart's mate Dylan's is fasted to be broken. This was a breathtakingly beautiful story of friendship, love, hardships greed and loss.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jaime Mealy

    I decided to read this because the reviews were positive....and it was free. Thank goodness because if I had paid for this, I would be livid! I could barely finish the book. I kept thinking, "who the heck cares?" This is not a book for grown up paranormal fantasy fans. If you've enjoyed BDB, Dragon Kin, the Pride series or something comparable, you'll be disappointed. The characters are childish, without any depth or internal strife, and there is no buildup or anticipation whatsoever. It's like I decided to read this because the reviews were positive....and it was free. Thank goodness because if I had paid for this, I would be livid! I could barely finish the book. I kept thinking, "who the heck cares?" This is not a book for grown up paranormal fantasy fans. If you've enjoyed BDB, Dragon Kin, the Pride series or something comparable, you'll be disappointed. The characters are childish, without any depth or internal strife, and there is no buildup or anticipation whatsoever. It's like the whole plot is based on a child's simple way of seeing the world. "I want it, so I'll easily have it." Even if this book is geared towards a more innocent audience (which I honestly don't know what it's marketed as), I found the writing lackluster. Again, I could not bring myself to care about these characters in the slightest. I like a lot of YA authors -Richelle Mead, Sarah J Mass, Chloe Neill- but this author is nowhere near the level of great storytelling as others in the genre.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Carmel McKenzie

    Stunnng Loved this book. Was glad to have a lot of history cleared up. Couldn't put it down read this in two days. Can't wait for the next prequel. Would've liked to read the prequels first. These people are really good and I can see why a threat looms from mordth and it's starting to make sense why there was only one God left. Can't wait for the next... Stunnng Loved this book. Was glad to have a lot of history cleared up. Couldn't put it down read this in two days. Can't wait for the next prequel. Would've liked to read the prequels first. These people are really good and I can see why a threat looms from mordth and it's starting to make sense why there was only one God left. Can't wait for the next...

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kadie

    I am so surprised by this book. I really thought i would not like it as i am not really a fan of Annani throughout this series but boy did this book take me by force. I love this backstory of what happened to the old gods and it threw in so many surprises and new characters that i fell in love with. I am sad i know what will be the outcome but it certainly is a thrilling ride.

  7. 5 out of 5

    April

    I feel bad giving it 2 stars as it isn’t necessarily a bad book. It is consistent in what it is...it just isn’t really my jam. If you want an easy read that doesn’t have much going on except the slow developing relationship between one couple, and a side story of another couple then you might like this. It has a few hints at an actual plot beyond these two potential couples, but not much. There was nothing that really got me excited or invested. Also, it could have just been me, but I felt like t I feel bad giving it 2 stars as it isn’t necessarily a bad book. It is consistent in what it is...it just isn’t really my jam. If you want an easy read that doesn’t have much going on except the slow developing relationship between one couple, and a side story of another couple then you might like this. It has a few hints at an actual plot beyond these two potential couples, but not much. There was nothing that really got me excited or invested. Also, it could have just been me, but I felt like the alien technologies just didn’t mesh with the story. Of course, I’m not really into modern or futuristic things while reading so I wouldn’t necessarily blame the author for that. I don’t know. I really wanted to love it, since it’s so highly rated and reviewed! I feel like a bad person because it just fell flat for me. Oh! One thing that kind of bothered me as I read was the constant reminder of how small and childlike the MC was. Once or twice would have been ok....but the constant reminder made it feel a little pedo-ish. Just weirded me out. She could be petite, especially in contrast to his large stature, without being childlike.

  8. 5 out of 5

    MzAnn

    Goddess's Choice,-+Possible Spoilers When I started The Children of the Gods series, "Dark Stranger: The Dream" was listed as book #1. At some point in the series, "Goddess's Choice" and "Goddess's Hope" were added as #1 and #2, respectively, with a note somewhere in there to read "Goddess's Choice" before reading book #20, and to read "Goddess's Hope" before reading book #30. I've gotten to book #20, so I'm heeding the suggestion. If you are like me and started with "Dark Stranger: The Dream," the Goddess's Choice,-+Possible Spoilers When I started The Children of the Gods series, "Dark Stranger: The Dream" was listed as book #1. At some point in the series, "Goddess's Choice" and "Goddess's Hope" were added as #1 and #2, respectively, with a note somewhere in there to read "Goddess's Choice" before reading book #20, and to read "Goddess's Hope" before reading book #30. I've gotten to book #20, so I'm heeding the suggestion. If you are like me and started with "Dark Stranger: The Dream," then you already know what has happened with Annani, Khiann and Mortdh. So, reading with that in mind, I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop, so to speak, and that added an excitement to the book. This book also answers some of the questions that are brought up in later books (like the origin of Annani's kind, and that of the Odus). I enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to reading "Goddess's Hope" and getting more answers as well as more insight into the gods and immortals. If this is your first book, prepare to become addicted!

  9. 4 out of 5

    PepperP0t

    As a political solution, Goddess Princess Annani was affianced and ignored by the widely reviled god of the north, Mortdh. But as soon as she came of age, Annan uses the law to test Khiann’s waters, a god her eye and heart have been fixed on since childhood, she has to know if she’s right about Khiann being her true love. Mortdh’s been too busy creating an army to overthrown Annani’s father to take the kingdom by force and wed Annani to give him legitimacy. Irritated that Annani’s derailed his pl As a political solution, Goddess Princess Annani was affianced and ignored by the widely reviled god of the north, Mortdh. But as soon as she came of age, Annan uses the law to test Khiann’s waters, a god her eye and heart have been fixed on since childhood, she has to know if she’s right about Khiann being her true love. Mortdh’s been too busy creating an army to overthrown Annani’s father to take the kingdom by force and wed Annani to give him legitimacy. Irritated that Annani’s derailed his plans, Mortdh accepts an illegitimate daughter, Aereana, to humiliate while soothing his wounded pride and concocts his next plan. Patience was the name of the game for this outing to my taste, as the characters were younger and more clueless than this reader generally gravitates to and the pacing/story slower than I’d like. But this is a new to me author, a layered foundation prologue covering mythology, gods, immortals and humans in a very prolific series. Rating: 3.5stars

  10. 4 out of 5

    Frances Law

    Two different love stories. In this book we see Annani as a young girl who is infatuated with Khiann while her servant, Gulan, has feelings for Khiann’s servant, Esag. Annani and Khiann immediately realise that they are fated mates. Esag has strong feelings for Gulan but is betrothed to someone he can’t stand but, for the sake of his family, has no choice but to Join with her. Meantime, Mortdh has caught wind of the fact that Annani is breaking their Betrothal and is furious. There is no way he Two different love stories. In this book we see Annani as a young girl who is infatuated with Khiann while her servant, Gulan, has feelings for Khiann’s servant, Esag. Annani and Khiann immediately realise that they are fated mates. Esag has strong feelings for Gulan but is betrothed to someone he can’t stand but, for the sake of his family, has no choice but to Join with her. Meantime, Mortdh has caught wind of the fact that Annani is breaking their Betrothal and is furious. There is no way he is going to be placated. Strong emotions altogether! It is recommended that this book be read before Dark Survivor but I would go so far as to say that it wouldn’t hurt to read it as a prequel to the whole series. I have to say that I think we all know who Wonder is!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Hicks

    I've seen the series, Children of the Gods advertised. Seen the recommendations for it and yet, for some reason, I have no idea why I hadn't started it. I've read the teaser and reviews and have to say, I feel like I'm at an advantage with starting this one first. I feel like I got to see the beginning when it happened rather than reading about it after it was over. Since I'm a HUGE fan of magic and mythology, this was a win - win in my mind. I thought it flowed well, the characters were someti I've seen the series, Children of the Gods advertised. Seen the recommendations for it and yet, for some reason, I have no idea why I hadn't started it. I've read the teaser and reviews and have to say, I feel like I'm at an advantage with starting this one first. I feel like I got to see the beginning when it happened rather than reading about it after it was over. Since I'm a HUGE fan of magic and mythology, this was a win - win in my mind. I thought it flowed well, the characters were sometimes larger than life, which in my mind is a must for gods and goddesses, and had all the danger and suspense, love and turmoil to keep me on the edge of my seat. Now I know I must continue with this series to see what happens next.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tara Dorough

    Amazing World Building Goddess ''s Choice is book 1 of I.T. Lucas The Children of the Gods Origins series. I most admit I've read every book in The Children of the Gods series before i read this book. That's 35 books as of today. Having read them in that order has given me great appreciation for Annini and Khainn. Their love story is beautiful. The world building by Mrs Lucas is amazing. Her imagination seems to know no bounds. The book series would make a fantastical movie, actually a series of Amazing World Building Goddess ''s Choice is book 1 of I.T. Lucas The Children of the Gods Origins series. I most admit I've read every book in The Children of the Gods series before i read this book. That's 35 books as of today. Having read them in that order has given me great appreciation for Annini and Khainn. Their love story is beautiful. The world building by Mrs Lucas is amazing. Her imagination seems to know no bounds. The book series would make a fantastical movie, actually a series of movies. Her creationism and character building is beyond anything or anyone I've ever encountered. I've read thousands of books from many different genres and nothing has grabbed a hold of my imagination like these 2 series. I anxiously await each new book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Pezzella

    I really enjoyed this book, it's not my usual lore that I read. I tend to go more towards fairies, wolves, witches etc but this was a refreshing change. I thought the characters were decently developed, and the love story was very cute. I like that the love story wasn't the only thing going on in the story. We see how the author is working in the main issue in the background - so I am interested to see what's going to happen for the future of the realm. The only reason I am not giving it a 5 star I really enjoyed this book, it's not my usual lore that I read. I tend to go more towards fairies, wolves, witches etc but this was a refreshing change. I thought the characters were decently developed, and the love story was very cute. I like that the love story wasn't the only thing going on in the story. We see how the author is working in the main issue in the background - so I am interested to see what's going to happen for the future of the realm. The only reason I am not giving it a 5 star review because I wasn't "gaga" over the story like "omg this is the best thing I ever read" it didn't give me all the feels. The proofreading was good which was fantastic, lately every author has some issues with that but this one took their time. I will definitely continue reading the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jason Gerringer

    Cheap quality writing /don’t read this one There really was nothing that happened that tried to keep them apart . No one needed rescuing . No one got hurt . Absolutely nothing. I can’t stand the name of the characters either . This was easy peasy read, like a high schooler wrote it . They were lusty after each other , no one had to prove anything. The parents went along with it no issues . There’s is no adventure in this book at all . I do not understand the good reviews. This is your typical cheap Cheap quality writing /don’t read this one There really was nothing that happened that tried to keep them apart . No one needed rescuing . No one got hurt . Absolutely nothing. I can’t stand the name of the characters either . This was easy peasy read, like a high schooler wrote it . They were lusty after each other , no one had to prove anything. The parents went along with it no issues . There’s is no adventure in this book at all . I do not understand the good reviews. This is your typical cheap /kind of crappy quality written book you get for free. I don’t suggest reading this one .

  15. 5 out of 5

    Brooke Rainwater

    OMG! Perfect! I have read through Book 60 now in the Children of the Gods series. Every time someone has told Annanni's story, the story of love, of Mordth and the demise of the gods I wished there was a book about! I wanted to hear the whole story from Annanni's and Khiann's perspective! To meet Gulan (Wonder) as she was then. To see the other gods that have been mentioned. I wanted that story in my mind as I follow the series so when one of Annanni's descendants told the story again I had a bet OMG! Perfect! I have read through Book 60 now in the Children of the Gods series. Every time someone has told Annanni's story, the story of love, of Mordth and the demise of the gods I wished there was a book about! I wanted to hear the whole story from Annanni's and Khiann's perspective! To meet Gulan (Wonder) as she was then. To see the other gods that have been mentioned. I wanted that story in my mind as I follow the series so when one of Annanni's descendants told the story again I had a better understanding and appreciation for it! I was not disappointed! Beautifully written and well thought out book, and characters! Cant wait to read Book 2!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gale Costa

    Terrific I loved this book. It was a much-needed addition to the children of God’s series. The tidbits of the history of these people That is revealed was in the other books certainly fell short to what we are starting to learn in these stories of Annani’s life as a princess And history of what happened before her people were wiped out. As always though, I hate the abrupt ending in massive cliffhangers that these books provide, Especially when the next one is not out yet! I can’t wait for the nex Terrific I loved this book. It was a much-needed addition to the children of God’s series. The tidbits of the history of these people That is revealed was in the other books certainly fell short to what we are starting to learn in these stories of Annani’s life as a princess And history of what happened before her people were wiped out. As always though, I hate the abrupt ending in massive cliffhangers that these books provide, Especially when the next one is not out yet! I can’t wait for the next in this series!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Denise Ditmer

    Romantic is an Understatement Do not let the drag first few chapters deter you from reading this book. I’ve learned that not to kick a book out just because the first few chapters are dry or overly descriptive. But knowing how many books are in this series & popular that there was just more than. Boy was I correct. Dealing with gods, immortals and humans there are many many characters and with that, vivid details. Once I got into the book and developing characters I was unable to put the book do Romantic is an Understatement Do not let the drag first few chapters deter you from reading this book. I’ve learned that not to kick a book out just because the first few chapters are dry or overly descriptive. But knowing how many books are in this series & popular that there was just more than. Boy was I correct. Dealing with gods, immortals and humans there are many many characters and with that, vivid details. Once I got into the book and developing characters I was unable to put the book down. Now onto book 2.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Becca

    Interesting I liked it! It wasn’t bad at all! At times I found her acting kind of childish, but I had to remind myself that she was still very young. But all in all it was a very interesting beginning. It held my interest from beginning to end. I’m very interested to see how everything will work out in the next book. Morthd has got to go! Guy is no good at all! Plus I need to find out what’s going to happen to Gulan. Like come on I need to know she is going to get her happy ending! So on to the Interesting I liked it! It wasn’t bad at all! At times I found her acting kind of childish, but I had to remind myself that she was still very young. But all in all it was a very interesting beginning. It held my interest from beginning to end. I’m very interested to see how everything will work out in the next book. Morthd has got to go! Guy is no good at all! Plus I need to find out what’s going to happen to Gulan. Like come on I need to know she is going to get her happy ending! So on to the next one!! Happy reading!! 🖤🖤

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Prescott

    Exciting introduction to what promised to be a terrific series. Great new take on Gods & Immortals, and the author built a unique world that is sure to keep me interested. Annani & Kiann are attracted to one another but initially believe nothing can come of it. They work together to overcome the obstacles. The book leaves off on a bit of a cliffhanger, as this is the beginning of a series. Looking forward to further reading this series!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Mickey

    INCREDIBLE! After reading over thirty of the the Children of The Gods novels, each including an "adult" Annani, it was interesting to read Goddess's Choice and see I. T. Lucas's vision of the teenage Annani, one on the verge of adulthood. She still has that spark however, it has not been dimmed by sorrow or death. In addition, she is just falling in love with Khiann so th future is shining brightly ahead. It is a joyous time, and this novel reflects that mood! INCREDIBLE! After reading over thirty of the the Children of The Gods novels, each including an "adult" Annani, it was interesting to read Goddess's Choice and see I. T. Lucas's vision of the teenage Annani, one on the verge of adulthood. She still has that spark however, it has not been dimmed by sorrow or death. In addition, she is just falling in love with Khiann so th future is shining brightly ahead. It is a joyous time, and this novel reflects that mood!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kasie Cupp

    I can not get enough of these books. I really enjoyed Annani & Kihan's story so much already prior to Annani's story finally coming out as Her Own. Instead of her just being a Goddess or even "CLAN MOTHER!" Its very cool to see how everything plays out.. I can't wait for the next book in Annani's story it will be very interesting... I can not get enough of these books. I really enjoyed Annani & Kihan's story so much already prior to Annani's story finally coming out as Her Own. Instead of her just being a Goddess or even "CLAN MOTHER!" Its very cool to see how everything plays out.. I can't wait for the next book in Annani's story it will be very interesting...

  22. 4 out of 5

    Margie

    Great read I have read all the books in this series and I have loved all of them. I loved that we got a peek into the early life of the goddess I only have a bone to pick: that is not fair to make us wait that long for the rest of her story, rant done. But in all fairness next month we get to see Anandor's story looking forward to it should be great. Great read I have read all the books in this series and I have loved all of them. I loved that we got a peek into the early life of the goddess I only have a bone to pick: that is not fair to make us wait that long for the rest of her story, rant done. But in all fairness next month we get to see Anandor's story looking forward to it should be great.

  23. 4 out of 5

    micahsmimi

    Bated breath It was nice to actually read the prequel. I’m such a fan of this series it was good to get the background of the Mother Goddess. Now I wait with bated breath for the complete story. Having heard it second hand through the series, I can’t wait to hear the full story of Annani. Hurry!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Tina Marcum Montuoro

    Finally... I’m so happy to finally read about Annani’s past. It not only helps but it is her love and strength that kept her going. I’m just not ready to see you live end in tragedy which we know will but as the saying goes “it is better to have love and lost then to not have loved at all”.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Dawne Manzoor

    Great series until now This book was real slow moving. To much useless filler. Up until this book my reviews were always 5 stars as they deserved it, this book just didn't do it and to be honest, I missed all the characters of the of the past. There were none to be found which was like starting a new series, and this just didn't do it. SORRY Great series until now This book was real slow moving. To much useless filler. Up until this book my reviews were always 5 stars as they deserved it, this book just didn't do it and to be honest, I missed all the characters of the of the past. There were none to be found which was like starting a new series, and this just didn't do it. SORRY

  26. 4 out of 5

    Natalie

    Goddess's Choice I really enjoyed reading this book. I don't know how the king couldn't see that his nephew is deranged and nothing, not even his marriage to Annani would have stopped him from wanting to rule the whole Kingdom. I'm glad she found her fated mate and made a move to get him to claim her. Goddess's Choice I really enjoyed reading this book. I don't know how the king couldn't see that his nephew is deranged and nothing, not even his marriage to Annani would have stopped him from wanting to rule the whole Kingdom. I'm glad she found her fated mate and made a move to get him to claim her.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cathy

    Even though I had an idea about the origins from the children of the Gods series, it was nice to read the actual romance that happened between Annani and Khiann from the beginning! Everyone should read these two books first before the children of the Gods series but everyone should read them all it is an excellent series and I recommend it highly !!!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Holly Puertas

    Slightly underwhelming, but a decent plot and story line. I was a little confused because after reading the prelude I was expecting and waiting to "meet" present day, milenia later, Annani, and that did not happen. I will most likely continue reading when I need a light read to find out and to also see how the other characters love interests fare. Slightly underwhelming, but a decent plot and story line. I was a little confused because after reading the prelude I was expecting and waiting to "meet" present day, milenia later, Annani, and that did not happen. I will most likely continue reading when I need a light read to find out and to also see how the other characters love interests fare.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    loved it such a great backstory. I was inpatient to get to certain parts lol I jumped from children of the gods the dark prince section to get the backstory needed before continuing lol. I recommend starting with this then continuing with the children books then jumping for Areanas book

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dorothy Garcia

    Awesome!!!!! I was a bit confused in one of the children of the Gods books since I started reading them first but at around book 30 I decided to take a break and read Annani's story and now it makes much more sense lol. You really should read her story first then the others so you won't he confused like I was lol. Great read loved it. Awesome!!!!! I was a bit confused in one of the children of the Gods books since I started reading them first but at around book 30 I decided to take a break and read Annani's story and now it makes much more sense lol. You really should read her story first then the others so you won't he confused like I was lol. Great read loved it.

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