Friday, August 24, 2012

Friday Memes: Immortally Yours by Angie Fox

Happy Friday everybody!
Book Beginnings on Friday is now hosted by Rose City Reader. The Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.
It's time for a little paranormal romance. I have Immortally Yours by Angie Fox at the top of my review stack this week. It will be released on August 28. Here is the description:
IN THE WAR BETWEEN THE GODS… No one patches up the incoming wounded like Dr. Petra Robichaud. Recruited by the gods for her uncanny medical skills, she’s the best M*A*S*H surgeon in the army. Along with a nosy guard sphinx,vegetarian werewolf, and otherparanormal paramedics, she bandages soldiers who are built like Greek gods (literally). But when one sexy immortal ends up on her operating table—half dead and totally to-die-for—Petra’s afraid she’ll lose her patient and her heart… NOTHING IS MORE DANGEROUS THAN LOVECommander Galen of Delphi is one gorgeous but stubborn demi-god. When his spirit tries to slip out of his fatally wounded body, Dr. Petra has to slip it back in—unwittingly revealing her ability to see ghosts. Now that Galen knows her secret, he’s convinced she’s part of an ancient prophecy. If the oracles are right, Petra could lead Galen’s army to peace. And if he seduces her on the way to hell and back? Heaven knows—all’s fair in love and war…
Attention all surgical personnel. Attention. Incoming wounded arriving on chopper pad two. Come and get yours while they're fresh.
Friday 56:
"There's really nowhere to be alone in a MASH camp, so when people want to get a bit amorous, they head back to this huge outcropping of rocks past the cemetery and beyond the minefield."

"Minefield?" He sounded surprised.

"That's what we call the junkyard. I mean, you can't let frisky couples sneak in and out of there without wiring the place with a few pranks."


  1. Imagine if hospitals really worked like that.... offering up the mangled while they're freshly mangled...

  2. I have this somewhere on my TBR stack. I'll be back to read your review.

  3. Love that opening, especially the surprise of "Come and get yours while they're fresh." It sounds like the characters are anything but stereotypical too.
    My Book Beginning is from Memories.

  4. Wow! I am always impressed to come across a book like this because the imagination involved is boggling to me.

    Thanks for including your post in BBOF!


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