Verliebt in eine Göttin: Roman by Anne Stuart

Verliebt in eine Göttin: Roman

byAnne Stuart, Lani Diane Rich, Eva Kornbichler...

Kobo ebook | November 20, 2009 | German

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Heißer Sex. Hindugötter. Hundekuchen. – Es ist für jeden etwas dabei!

Als Abby Richmond ein kleines Café in Ohio erbt, meldet sie sich und ihren Irish Setter Miranda für ein Hundetraining an, um neue Kontakte zu knüpfen. Doch der Kurs, der sich an der Lehre von Kammani Gula, einer mesopotamischen Heilsgöttin, orientiert, weist ihr und Mirandas bisher gewöhnliches Dasein bald in himmlische Sphären: Abby entdeckt ungeahnte Kräfte in sich. Mit einem Mal strotzt sie vor Energie, wickelt mit ihrem Charme jeden um den kleinen Finger und ist insbesondere in einer Hinsicht unsterblich – nämlich unsterblich verliebt!

Übersinnlich gut!

Title:Verliebt in eine Göttin: RomanFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 20, 2009Publisher:Goldmann VerlagLanguage:German

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ISBN - 10:3641035333

ISBN - 13:9783641035334


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