The Book Quadrant: Colel: Immortal Match Makers Book 5 by. Mimi Jean Pamfiloff!

Hello to all of my beautiful nerds traveling the vast universe! I am back but this time with a book review!

Colel: Immortal Match Makers #5 by. Mimi Jean Pamfiloff!

Disclaimer: This review is based on thoughts and opinions by the lead writer of this blog. Please respect her thoughts and opinions!

So, this book continues Mimi’s Immortal Match Makers series where we get to see Colel the Goddess of Bees take the spotlight this time. Just when love bites it also stings! Colel has bene looking for Mr. Right for 70 thousand years and when she finally meets him while trying to take care of some beehives during a longer winter he not only hates her guts but also hates her bees because he’s allergic. She tries to figure out why he hates her so much when she has the hots for him. Plus, her love for her bees doesn’t make it any better despite how he works a florist that attracts her stinging friends. What does a goddess have to do in order to get her man? Turn him into a vampire? Turn him into a demi-god? Will it be a success? Will Zack ever get over Tula?

Thoughts: I know that last bit was a bit overdramatic but this book was a really good and funny read. I was even trying to keep myself from laughing way too loud while having dinner with Gondras one night at a restaurant. I think he was looking at me weird or maybe was too distracted by his own earbuds.

I did like how this book called back to the prequel series, Accidentally [Yours] which we got to reunite with some of the other characters like the God of Time and Ashley, the Goddess of Love, Penelope who took up Kinnish’s God of Sun job, and of course Kinnish. I always wanted a book with this goddess ever since she appeared in the prequel series itself and when I found out this book was coming out I was glad to read it.

I felt like it was a bit of an awkward romantic comedy since Colel was looking for her mate for many years and once that happened she felt warm from head to toe despite how badly she was treated. When you look at it, when you’re a god or goddess you do have those awkward moments and trying to fit in modern human society. I bet you’re wondering, what about this Zack guy? Well, during the book it shown his aftermath from losing the one he fell for. In the first book, which I only read before Goddess of Forgetfulness, don’t worry I will read the second and third one, Zack met Tula who was a pure soul, in the last book she tried rescuing him and well it didn’t go well for her. Things in this book did go weird where he sees her ghost and trying to figure out how to get her back and Minky is the only one to help. I hope it gets resolved in the next book since it is supposed to be the last one from what I heard. I am hoping not because I want to see Zack see Tula again. But seeing Colel and her mate being together in the end was a cute story. I am not revealing it because you must read it yourself and if you are visually impaired and have not checked out the prequel series, it is available on Bookshare or just buy it on Kindle along with Immortal Matchmakers!

Rating: Five Star Paw Prints Out of Five! This book was a very good read and a very funny one. It did show the funny quirks for each god and I couldn’t stop laughing! I do like their interactions and hiking how the book called back to the prequels itself. I am hoping to see Zack’s tragedy have a conclusion before the series ends because I want to see how that plays out. We will see how it goes in the next one and hoping it’s not the last.

Well, that is it for this review! I know it was a last minute add on but had to do it since this book was released recently and work kept me busy. I am trying to get through my NetGalley shelf as much as I can.

What is next? My haul post! Stay tuned!
Colel Immortal Match Makers #5

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