considered not doing any reviews for my daughter Muse Publishing, Inc.'s very own Goddess of all things "Kitty-Kat-like"
Author Kat Holmes' books, since it may be construed I am a bit partial, but then I thought...what if I register MY review but include the reviews of others...
good or bad and just mass post them...wouldn't that prove perhaps not impartiality, but integrity?
So here I am about to review
One in Kat's Gods at Work Series WORKING UNDER COVERS from my perspective and others....many others.
As the first book in a series about the Olympian Gods finding themselves suffering from a
financial crisis because, (poor as church mice)
mankind can hardly leave the gods offerings when they can scarcely put food on their own tables Kat has placed
a unique spin on the ancient, now
MODERN Greeks.. Plus, let's face it, the gods of old just don't have the same power
to intimidate they used to have.
But up there in Olympus,
Zeus is not at all willing to give up HIS good life, and let's face it the god did
sleep around a lot and well god it over his relations. Liking his luxury but not wanting to get his own butt put forth as in risk doing the
work himself, he commands his
pantheon to sally forth onto earth and earn the
coin needed to keep Olympus and well
Zeus in the style he refuses to become unaccustomed to.
Before I begin this review I must admit that again I AM Kat's
MOM! This series was originally penned for a publisher that requires only ONE level of sexual heat...
scorch your eyebrows off as you read it level of heat.
circumstances, Mom's are not supposed to be privvy to the explicit thoughts of their offspring, but since Kat and I are each other's
main critics, I've learned to don my
asbestoes undies before touching her stuff.
Aphrodite has come to earth. A look around tells her she, the Goddess of Love, would be perfect running her own
Computer Dating service. No one could be better at matching people than her, right? It's in her
As Kat's mom, I can attest to the effectiveness of her
writing skills...if she werent' so darned talented, I would not spend
percent of the time I am reading her stuff blushing, and wishing for
a cave to hide away in.
So to be totally fair I don't have a choice but to give her debut Gods At Work book, WORKING UNDER COVERS at LEAST
five stars. What worries me, now that I have decided to review her stories, especially THIS series, is the next one...Anybody got
a pair of blinders I can borrow or
an island I can move to until it is time to review book
The next review of Kat's WORKING UNDER COVERS title comes from...
But before I continue, I took a stroll over to the BUY page for this book at Muse Publishing's Bookstore, and there is
a disclaimer that I think I should in all fairness to one and all, post here...ergo, here's the bare skinny on this book:
Back to the next review, it comes all the way from
The Maltese Falconess Speaks...
has been an active member of the media for a LOONNNGGGG time. Now she's also an editor...and here's what she had to report after reading Kat's book:
Cereal; echo; hygiene; jovial; museum; nemesis; volcano…; and more. All these words that have come down to us from the gods of Greek mythology. According to some, they still walk among us, albeit in disguise. And no one knows this better than Kat Holmes, who has gone Under Cover to investigate what these gods and goddesses get up to when they are not at home – or rather, when they are. It is a well-known fact that fools will rush in where angels fear to tread; and for three young ladies, joining a dating service meant just that - they went missing in “action”. Definitely not because they eloped with a sugar daddy. And this, for an agency that boasts a 100% success rate because it’s the owner’s personal touch and not a computer programme that does the matching, is unacceptable. So Jordan Cade, in between other activities, attempts to unravel the lies, damn lies, and statistics, aided and hindered by the charms of Ariel Schell who is also Aphrodite in ‘real’ life. Five scintillating stars for Kat Holmes.
Seems I'm not the only one who requires
goggles around my daughter's
Chicago's Rochelle Weber doesn't like
erotica, and trust me, The Gods at Work series, is pure
Rochelle is an editor, reviewer, self pubbed and e-pubbed contracted author, as well as creator
of an e-zine for
MFRW. Despite her lack of affection for the genré erotica, she still wrote a review for this first book in the Gods At Work Series.
What did she say?
This is a difficult review to write because Kat Holmes is a good friend of mine. If you like
erotica, you will probably greatly enjoy this book. If you like
erotica and lots of
hot sex, this is the story for you. I'm afraid it wasn't
my cup of tea.
thank you for your honesty in saying what you think. We know how troublesome this review had to be for you, since reviewing a
friend to begin with is not easy, especially in a genré that makes you uncomfortable. Let me assure you, as her Mom, what Kat writes is frequently UNCOMFORTABLE for me too.
This had to be very...
This had to be very...
stressful for you. I regret you placed yourself through that, but again, thank you for
honoring your truth in giving Kat
She has two names and a thousand stories...oh and a review too. Her names are Larion and Larriane Wills
Working Under Covers
A Short Story by Kat Holmes
Gods at Work Series: Book One
What’s the world coming to when gods have to go to work? When people stop worshipping and leaving tributes how else are they to live? Aphrodite, the goddess of love, started an online dating service. What could be more appropriate? And who better to tell the story than Kat Holmes? Be prepared though. On one of the introduction pages there’s a warning telling you this story contains graphic sexual content. You better believe it. Hot. When you’ve got a love goddess, what do you expect? Just look at all the centuries she’s had to practice. What you wouldn’t expect, or her, was for a mortal to rock her world as no other, immortal or human. But can they have a smooth ride when her dating agency is suspect in the disappearance of three young women and he’s sent in undercover to investigate? Will Aphrodite and Jordan find the real culprit? Since I don’t write spoilers, you’ll have to read and see, maybe giggle a little, but don’t forget that warning, hot!
Panting is allowed.
Larriane AKA Larion Wills, two names one author, thousands of stories
Alberta, Canada. Her name is Nancy Bell and she is both an editor AND a writer.What does she have to say?But tomorrow is another day and who knows what new words of interpretation will come from those who've read
4 and 1/2 stars.
Not Bad at all.
Review by Nancy M Bell
Working Under Cover
By Kat Holmes
If you’re looking for a smoking hot read pick up this little gem by Kat Holmes. The author puts an interesting twist on the legendary Greek gods and goddesses. Supposing a goddess, say Aphrodite, had to go to work for a living because tributes from the mortals are slim to none. What would happen if Aphrodite, using an assumed name of course, met and fell in love with a mere mortal? The sex scenes are on fire and so is this whimsical murder mystery short story from Kat Holmes.
Be sure to add this book to your late summer or fall reading list. You won’t need the fireplace to keep you warm.
4 and 1/2 stars.
Not Bad at all.
Working Under Covers and might be eagerly anticipating September and book two,Heart Of The Queen in this creative and for this Mom, heart palpitating series.
To one and all....
...for making this posting less daunting. With your words to aid me it created itself.
Did I or did I NOT promise more to come. I am so psychic...
PSYCHIC not PSYCHOTIC.
This review takes us down to the heart of the
American South with
Gail Branan a brilliant author AND a woman who has spent most of her life around the legal system as an honored
So what does Ms. Branan from the land of
peaches and former
President Jimmy Carter with his
have to say about WORKING UNDER COVERS? I can hardly wait myself to
check it out...Ready?
Have you ever wondered – where did the gods and goddesses go when the world ceased to believe? When they ceased to pay tribute? When mortals turned away? I have. So has Kat Holmes. And logically speaking, where would they go but out among us? Following that train of logic, what would the gods and goddesses do in the world of mortals? Well, let’s see, they’re the god or goddess of what? So what else would Aphrodite a/k/a Ariel Schell do unless she operated a dating service? And not just any dating service, mind you, one with a hundred percent success rate. Except for the three missing women who’ve signed up with the company and vanished without a trace. Enter Jordan Cade, former cop turned Private Investigator. And enter some sizzling chemistry.
Five stars for Kat Holmes’ Working Under Cover. And as an extra bonus – guess what, folks? Aphrodite’s not the only Goddess we’re going to meet. Kat’s got a whole series ready to go. I tell you, that girl’s got the scoop on all of them!
EXCELLENT! For those keeping tally, and I know as the MOM, I probably should not be the one to make notes...still, who else is here to do it?
we have....THREE (3)
we have ONE (1)
We have ZERO (0)
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We have ONE (1)
We have ZERO (0)
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tomorrow, or next week bring to this
fluid posting? I guess you'll just have to mark this page as a
FAVORITE and keep coming back...or...
wait till I post a review of Book Two
HEART OF THE QUEEN in Kat's Gods At Work Series after it debuts in September
from the glorious Canadian E-Publishing House,
Muse It Up Publishing, Inc.
I was thinking maybe I should give you all an idea of who the Olympian's are coming your way already from this series...
HEART OF THE QUEEN is
Book Three is
Book Four is
Book Five is
Box Six is
SUPER DUPER Spolier...for Book Seven, I've heard Kat talking about
This goddess. How many of you know who SHE is?
Here's some incentive to learn about the
Greek Pantheon...I am giving you the rest of
August. All those who can tell me who the goddess pictured above is will be in running to win a PDF copy of My September Release
BEYOND YESTERDAY that has nothing to do with the Pantheon and a lot to do with
Reba MacEntire's video for