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From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, Comes Book #3 of the Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. Series. (Standalone)HIS MISSION: Lose Beer Belly. Find Perfect Woman. Save World.The God of Wine has been partying for over ten thousand years, and New Year's Eve, when humans around the world succumb to his naturally occurring spike in powers, is his biggest night. Only thiFrom New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff, Comes Book #3 of the Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. Series. (Standalone)HIS MISSION: Lose Beer Belly. Find Perfect Woman. Save World.The God of Wine has been partying for over ten thousand years, and New Year's Eve, when humans around the world succumb to his naturally occurring spike in powers, is his biggest night. Only this year, a plague is sweeping the immortal community, and he's turning downright evil (dear gods, what language!). All those New Year's bashes will turn into bloodbaths if he doesn't stop the transformation. Sadly, the only known cure is finding a mate. Not so easy for a rude, beer-bellied mess who's definitely not husband material.But can a little gym-time and help from the pros at Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. turn him into a divine sex-machine the ladies will want? Or will it take something more?******WARNING:This dirty, dirty book contains a buck-naked god, sloppy drunkenness, the c-word, f-word, p-word, d-word—okay, neverthehell mind! It has a lot of f**king bad words. Okay?—invisible unicorns, outrageously sized penises, cocktail recipes, leather pants, no pants, and one healthy eating tip.If you do not like dirty, dirty books with buck-naked gods, sloppy drunkenness, the c-word, f-word, p-word, d-word—yes, yes, all the bad words—invisible unicorns, outrageously sized penises, cocktail recipes, leather pants, no pants, and healthy eating tips, then this book might not be for you. (But feel free to gift it to your naughty, slutty friend with the gutter mouth.)...

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God of Wine Reviews

  • Carol [Goodreads Addict]
    2019-01-31 21:29

    God of Wine is book three in the Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. series by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff. First, ladies, lets just all take a moment to gaze at the cover of this book. After you wipe the drool off your chins, we can continue. We haven’t really gotten much of a chance as of yet to get to know Acan, the God of Wine and Intoxication, otherwise known as Belch, because, well, he’s always intoxicated. As in, passed out. And he frequently forgets to wear pants. He has a beer belly and the past ten thousand years are a little hazy because he hasn’t been sober for any of it. But now, with the little problem of all the single deities who haven’t found their mate flipping from good to evil, he is forced to sober up so he can find his mate. New Years Eve is coming and his powers will be much stronger. He must find his mate before then. Who knows what might happen if he doesn’t. Margarita Seville has not had an easy life. She escaped an abusive husband and raised her now sixteen year old daughter on her own. She scraped and saved and now owns her own fitness center, Club CrossFit Santa Monica. Raising a teenager by herself is challenging on it’s own but she also works non-stop to make her business succeed. When Acan comes in to her center wanting her to train him, he is rude and impossible. But why does he smell so good? She can’t seem to think straight around him, and all her girly parts are waking up and wanting attention, right now. What the heck is going on?Margarita does not drink, she actually hates alcohol. And Acan’s life is a party. There couldn’t be two more opposite people. But the fates somehow have other plans for these two and have paired them as mates. They have a very bumpy road ahead of them. Is it possible they might find some common ground, that they could balance each other?At the same time, we have the ongoing saga of Zac and Tula. Their situation is actually breaking my heart. Zac wants Tula and can think of nothing else. He actually does care for her so much that he is trying to push her away, since Cimil keeps telling him that he HAS to stay away from her. Tula was finally ready to give in to Zac but he turned her away. Now she doesn’t know what to do. These two are just killing me. This book is so much fun. Acan is over the top crazy and full of himself and hilarious. I actually really liked that Margarita is middle aged with a teen age child. We get some glimpses of Cimil and of course, she is in her usual world of chaos. This book is so much fun and will definitely make you smile. But you might even sigh a couple of times. I know I did. What will Mimi Jean Pamfiloff come up with next? I can’t wait to find out.“You’re already home, Margarita. You are with me.”

  • Jilly
    2019-02-04 18:30

    These books are sooo funny! She knows how to bring it.But, I honestly didn't really like either character that much. He's been in a bunch of the books as a fat, slob who is passing out in his tidy whities and is named Belch. She's a 50-yr old woman who owns a gym and is determined to prove that she is just as hot as a 20 yr old. She looks down on anyone who isn't leading her healthy lifestyle and puts her career before her daughter.Sooooo, yeah. BUT, it was still a really fun book even with them as our heroes. The silliness and banter make it worth it.

  • Dali
    2019-02-09 16:43

    #MimiMadeItDirty and I couldn't stop laughing! I love the wacky gods in this series!Pinterest board ->

  • Dianne
    2019-02-12 18:21

    Wanted-Female who doesn’t mind the total commando look-willing to put up with HUGE ego-occasional beer belly. Must be fire-proof and have high tolerance to alcohol! Goal-save The God of Wine from himself.Acan is the original party animal, anywhere he goes parties just happen! Kind of like the Santa of New Year’s with a lime twist, delivering intoxication and joy wherever he goes. Too bad he has a dark side that will overtake him if he doesn’t find a mate soon, like now. Never one to choose one flavor when there is a rainbow to choose from, Acan is in BIG trouble and he is clueless as to how be faithful, let alone a husband! Then there is that not so little problem, drinking makes his pants fall off, so why not spend life flying free? He is a god, you know!Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder, but can Acan really attract his perfect mate once he opens his mouth? Margarita has had a tough life, and since leaving her abusive husband, she and her daughter are living free. Margarita has even opened a health club, sooooooo, gee, what do YOU think will happen? What pulls a rabid non-drinker, fitness freak to the arrogant Acan? Trust me his pantless state is a draw, but…eww, get real! Hang tight, as the ultimate party animal meets the ultimate fitness freak, Cimil makes an appearance and her merry band of misfit gods is shaken, not stirred in another hilarious romance from Mimi Jean Pamfiloff. Definitely not for delicate eyes, easily offended by body part names, drooling lust and drunken debauchery! I had tears in my eyes laughing at this one, but I have to ask, how did Acan make it for over 10,000 years, unsupervised, untethered and most certainly undressed?I received an ARC edition from Mimi Jean Pamfiloff in exchange for my honest review.My Rating: 4.5 StarsSeries: Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. - Book 3Publisher: P&S, Inc. - Mimi Boutique (November 24, 2016)Publication Date: November 24, 2016Genre: Paranormal Romantic HumorPrint Length: 246 pagesAvailable from: Amazon | Barnes & Noble For Reviews & More:

  • Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
    2019-02-19 21:20

    Leigh's review posted at Guilty Pleasures Book ReviewsI giggled my way through this book and enjoyed every minute of it. Every time Mimi’s certifiable deities get together, I know there is going to be some crazy stuff going down. Between blood thirsty half-vampire children, rabid unicorns, and a hero nicknamed “Belch”, what’s not to love?The third book in the Immortal Matchmaker’s series focuses on Acan, the God of Wine. Well, to be exact, the “God of Wine and Decapitation”, because those things naturally go together. Acan must find his true mate or risk turning evil. He has the power to influence those around him and is the life of the party, so with New Year’s Eve approaching, Acan can’t afford to “flip”. Doing so could cause death and destruction to millions of people. As a seven foot tall god that can give multiple spontaneous orgasms and go all night, finding his mate should be easy. Except Acan (or Belch to his friends) has sort of let himself go. He’s become a slovenly, beer bellied, and, most often, pants-less creature. He’s a fun-loving party guy, but he’s not the kind that will easily find his perfect mate. So, a makeover is in order…because he has to have fabulous abs in order to save the world.For an alcoholic god, what better mate than a woman named Margarita? The only problem with her is that she’s not a partier. But as Acan gets to know her, he’s willing to change his partying ways for a lifetime with this woman. The only question is whether she really wants Belch after he’s changed.I truly love this series. I have to say that I am typically not a paranormal fan. But this series is just so cute and amusing that I can’t help myself. It does not take itself too seriously and I appreciate that. I know going in that I will be reading something that is just over the top. After all, how many books can contain the line “Is that a clown wearing a strap-on dildo?” and have it make total sense?I also loved that Margarita was not some pretty young girl that captured the eye of a god. She was a woman in her forties that had lived a life before she met Acan, had a child, owned a business. She did not need a man (or in this case, an immortal) to make her complete. Which made her desire to be with him all the more sweet.With threads of other relationships running through the story, Ms. Pamfiloff has me totally hooked on The Immortal Matchmaker’s series. God of Wine was a great addition, and I can’t wait to see what this dysfunctional group of gods is up to next! Or use some of the drink recipes at my next party. I’m thinking that “Turds in a Punch Bowl” will be a huge hit!ARC provided with no expectations.

  • Tink Magoo is bad at reviews
    2019-02-06 22:40


  • Hannah
    2019-01-25 18:47

    AWESOME!ARC REVIEW I didn't think that Mimi could make her books any hotter then she has... and then she wrote Acan. With the end of the world diverted and Cimil and Zac forced to play matchmaker before another impending apocalypse can destroy everything. One sign of the next apocalypse is role reversal, the bad guys turning good, well that's good but what's not good is the fact that the "good" (and I use that term loosely) Gods are turning evil. Zac is already hiding the fact that he's shifting and the hell he's raising with Tula wooooooo. Most importantly the party God himself is turning evil and with the power to influence millions of people at the same time the upcoming New Year's Eve party could be disastrous, unless Belch can find a woman. Margarita, I loved the smart mouth on that woman. I loved that she was in her forties! I loved that she was a mother and a business owner and had the body of a twenty year old due to her healthy living and workout lifestyle and most importantly the exact opposite of what Belch wanted in a woman. The hijinks that follow Belch and Margarita's first meeting are hysterical and dirty. I really like that Forgetty had more of an active role in this story and I'm really, really looking forward to her book. This book absolutely hysterical, dirty, and downright surprising.

  • Romance Novel Giveaways Lauren Seiberling
    2019-02-18 00:22

    Oh. My. Gods.What a fun book! While it no doubt would have been better if I had red the previous books in the series, I was still able to enjoy this installment without having read them.I met many entertaining people and deities (creatures, too), and even got to see the latest development in a minor storyline that will unfold over the course of the series.As usual, Mimi gave me several laugh-out-loud moments while at the same time left me fanning myself after a couple of steamy almost-love scenes (yes, there was more than one!)The story kept me engaged and eagerly turning the pages, and I am now a HUGE fan of the series and can't wait for the next book!!!(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)

  • Terri
    2019-01-26 18:18

    Acan (aka Belch, the God of Wine) has a bit of a problem... he needs to find his mate or risk turning evil. He also discovered that he's the God of Beheadings and when he snaps his fingers, heads roll sooooo with his newfound powers, if Belch goes bad a lot of people are going to lose their heads... literally! God of Wine is the newest installment in Mimi Jean Pamfiloff's Immortal Matchmakers series and fans will not be disappointed as this book has all the trademark wit and hilarity mixed with white hot romance Mimi Jean fans have come to expect!

  • Lindsay
    2019-02-19 16:37

    Well what can I say about this other than fantastic. Yet again Mimi has got me good. I loved this book and can't wait to read the next one. The characters are hilarious and the storyline is just mad but in a good way. Well done Mimi.

  • Tiffany
    2019-02-08 19:25

    Once again....the banter is amazing! This book is about Acan (Belch) and Margarita. Can Acan turn from his no pants wearing, fire starting, partying ways to win the heart of Margarita? Acan seemed to be the most brutal when it comes to the treatment of women. But it's explained that he's pretty "young" because he found out his powers about 10,000 years ago. Acan is definitely the life of the party and no lie, I wouldn't mind experiencing a night at the Randy Unicorn 🦄. Margarita is an uptight, no fun having, healthy eating mother. She's a gym head so she's kind of snobbish when it comes to food. Who puts THREE (3) gummy bears in their ice cream?! 🤦🏾‍♀️🙄😒 Later on, you understand why she's uptight but still. I hope she changes her mind about immorality. Of course I'm left with tons of unanswered questions. 🤷🏾‍♀️ What does Cimil mean by when she said, "yes, one more year"? Yes, I hate her but she's growing on me lol 🤗. Where did Forgetty go? Is Acan also the god of decapitation? We found out that Maax was not the god of truth but the god of love and then turned to the god of time travel and Zac and Tula are killing me. Ok, that's not a question but still. Cliffhangers 😤I can't wait for the next book!! Happy reading, friends📖

  • ★¸. • * ° *Kathy,Ahmazing Book Faerie*°°*•.¸. ♥★
    2019-02-04 18:41

    Many thanks to Mimi and her team for sending me an ARC copy for this book, with the unexpected early release, I didn't get it read before release date. Sorry team!Mimi has done it again! How are these crazy Gods so popular? They are complete buffoons, and I love reading about them! Acan has the love of his life, his mate, right in front of him and he can't see it for looking! These guys have absolutely no clue about love and romance, and yet the women swarm all over them!The hilarity starts right from the get go, with things like....She’d shockingly said, “Fuck off,”more or less. So he’d said, “Fuck off back, you old bag.” She’d said, “Shove it andcome to my gym so we can see who’s really old.”You! You are, you wilted vag. Yeah. That’s right!Oh these two, just didn't see eye to eye at all!Margarita Seville runs a gym, which means fitness, something the god of wine and partying is not into at all. But maybe to get to Margarita (how name appropriate is she!?) he might just change his ways....WHAT!?“I’ll require some T-shirts, athletic shoes, and whatever else men of this era wearon the bottom to keep their cocks in place while they exercise.”Damien—on the tall side for a human at six three—dipped his head of thick lightbrown hair. “And will you be wearing these shorts multiple times, sir, or merelylosing them like the others? Because I have a very nice shipment of ten-dollar shorts—”“My drunken, pantsless days are over.”Tula and Zac are still at it, and get quite a bit of story time, I can't wait to read about those two! But then it finally happened: Last night, atthe engagement party for their immortal friend Tommaso, Tula kissed him.Mind. Blown.Her lips had tasted of sweet innocence, and it had been the sort of sinfullydelicious kiss that could make a god go crazy and believe he was in love. It couldmake him forget the pain of having to live for eternity.These two have been driving me batshit crazy since the start of this series we really need their story sooooooon!.....Zac’s cell phone chirped the “Hotline Bling” song in his ear. “No! No!” He pickedit up with his free hand and glanced at the screen. Tula?“Hello?” he answered, eager to hear her voice.“Zac?” Tula’s voice trembled.What was the matter? “Yes. How are you, Tula?”“I’m fine. Great, really.” The sadness in her tone told him otherwise. “Am I bothering you? I know it’s late—but oh god. Do you have guests? I know you like to have guests.”“No. I have no guests. I was just—” Zac glanced down at his hand, which was still wrapped around his hard cock. He jerked it away. “I was just reading.”“Anything good?” Her tone perked up.If you enjoy stories of me wacking off, then yes. “Not really. Just some articles about global warming—the usual god stuff.”This wonderfully hilarious series just keeps getting better with each book. How Mimi can go from writing something like this, light and funny, snarky and sweet, to something dark and mysterious, like KING ..... is amazing.! Don't ever stop writing Mimi. !

  • Ruckasaurus Rex
    2019-01-23 21:30

    Nice abs. He gave her a look, wondering what she might say. Maybe “come back later?” or “please don’t go, I need you?” He waited. She said nothing. “Well?” he asked. “You’re still a disgusting slob, but good luck. And don’t ever come here again.” What the h*@%? What was her problem? – God of Wine by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff**advance reader copy received in exchange for honest review**REVIEWMimi Jean Pamfiloff writes romance with a twist – a twist that is dressed as a clown riding a vampiric unicorn. That was a metaphor. Or was it? One of the many things that keeps readers coming back to Mimi again and again is her sense of humor and intense worldbuilding. She writes across the genres, and everything she spins is gold, but I love her paranormal romance (PNR) work. God of Wine is from her latest series, Immortal Matchmakers. This third book is focused on one of the younger gods in her pantheon of insanity, but still super old…and gross in the naked streaking, beer-belly displaying, please tell me this is a nightmare if I wake up next to it…kind of way. Since the declaration that the good guys have to start pairing up with their lady loves to prevent them from flipping the script and going Chuck Norris on the world, stuff has been getting real. It’s not something that Belch, more formally known as Acan, has been worried about at all because he has been busy doing some hardcore partying. When it becomes apparent that he is the next one on fate’s list, he starts trying to pump the brakes. I have to say that the exchanges between Acan and his lady were delightfully charged, and I enjoyed the story in one sitting. That’s right. Sleep is for the weak! The heroine in this read is the tough cookie type that I love, and while she’s older than your typical romance reads at a young 45, never doubt that she has life by the short hairs. She is a divorcee who left an abusive relationship, a single mom, a gym owner, a fitness trainer, and she is definitely not letting life hold her back. Except she does not have a whole lot of time for extracurricular activity…Acan, on the other hand, has a different plan. This was a great, fun read, and while it does stand alone quite well – I would recommend reading the whole series to maximize the experience. Just read it all, people. If you like funny PNR and you have not heard of Mimi yet, then there is no time like the present. Treat yoself.

  • Runningrabbit
    2019-02-08 22:30

    Fun fun fun

  • D.A. Henneman
    2019-02-18 21:19

    God of Wine was a light and easy read with the playful banter and sexual innuendo that Mimi is known for. Being familiar with the series, I had wondered how she was ever going to pull off making a man with no class, who partied incessantly and ran around in his underpants (or not as the case may be), into a full-fledged, impossible-to-resist sex God. All I can say is bravo Mimi Jean, you have done it again!Acan is the God of Wine and Intoxication. While that may not seem like a bad thing, it certainly isn’t a quality that his soul-mate is looking for. Margarita is a single mother with a sixteen year-old daughter to look out for, so setting a good example and embracing a healthy lifestyle is important to her. Although she and Acan (aka Belch) have an undeniable connection, they each have to decide whether continuing their current way of life is worth risking true love. Super fun read, especially with a glass of wine in hand. The recipes along the way were a nice touch. Looking forward to trying them out…without the flames of course! God of Wine

  • Kathleen Bruce
    2019-01-31 19:35

    I was surprised how much I enjoyed Belch's story the third installment of the Immortal Matchmakers series, which is a spin-off of the Accidental series. Which is totally awesome by the way. This wasn't my favourite addition to the series but it does have the Pamfiloff flair and was very funny and enjoyable. I liked that the female heroine was a 45 year old mother who was also very fit and healthy. Acan aka Belch is a drunk slob who hasn't grown up and everything is a party. until he starts to flip and turn evil. and discovers he has has a new power. A dangerous new power.It seems like these two couldn't be any more different and an ill suited match but they are perfect for each other. One needs to loosen up and enjoy life and party a little more, and the other needs to party a little less, or at least help people party but not partake in too much of the party! there are hijinks galore and Yes there is more Zac and Tula. But I'm not telling! and we also learn a little more about the Goddess of Forgetfulness. and she will get a story too! Yippey!Read this if you want to laugh. You know you want to!received a REVIEW copy in exchange for an honest review

  • Diane
    2019-02-18 23:25

    Acan, The God of Wine and poor, unsuspecting Margarita are a match made in heaven, oops I mean by the Universe! What a fantastic read, there are surprises, scary twists and turns and so many laugh out loud moments it would be impossible not to love this installment of the Immortal Matchmakers!This cast of characters is priceless...the good guys turning bad!? Not if Cimil and Zac can help it...mission "mating" underway to thwart the evil "flipping". And what a juicy little tidbit of a cliffhanger...I swear I laughed for 5 minutes!I was lucky enough to be chosen as part of Mimi's ARC team for this book in order to provide an honest review, so here it is....God of Wine has it's sweet, sexy, full of hilarious banter and some very surprising 'ah oooh' moments...classic Mimi Jean Pamfiloff!

  • Molly Carson
    2019-01-31 16:47

    God of Wine, that says it all! Can you imagine the parties this God throws? Acan is a hard partying God, God of Wine to be exact. He's flipping to the dark side and has to find his mate ASAP or his brothers and sisters are going to lock him up. He meets a woman in an elevator, while trashed and not wearing clothes, and she calls to him. But a drunk naked man is not what she wants. Can he change? Can he learn to party and have fun without drinking? Can he make her his? Gonna have to read the book, but WAIT! It wouldn't be a book by Mimi without a few other gods dropping in and causing havoc, especially Cimil. And the ending, who could forget that? I yelled out loud at the ending, a cliffhanger but not for Acan, nope another god is flipping to the darkside. It was a fun, laugh out loud, sexy read. Ireceived a REVIEW copy in exchange for an honest review.

  • Heather andrews
    2019-01-25 20:41

    For the first few times Margarita and Acan met i knew it was going to be a wild ride, “you showed up. I didn’t expect…” Her voice faded as she realized he was down a pair of pants (and underpants) and up one man— involuntarily, of course. “I didn’t expect to see your p****.” She swallowed and made a disgusted face. “Erect.” I really loved it when Acan was thought, it was unconventional but thoughtful, “Margarita, I cannot send a complete wimp to watch over your most prized possession. What sort of mate would I be?” I enjoyed this book and I'm hoping Zac is up next.

  • Ann Ellis
    2019-01-29 16:34

    Up is down. Left is right. Good is bad. And the god of wine is... in for the ride of his wasted life. I love Mimi Jean's gods and the mortals that tie them in knots. It's almost like their trying to put Cimil out of business. This book will make you laugh while shaking your head in amazement. Can gods that have lived for tens of thousands of years can be so easily flummoxed by love?I recommend this book for those the take pleasure in the discomfort of immortals.

  • Pamela Loudermilk
    2019-02-02 00:18

    FREAKING AWESOME I know its bad, but I actually called in sick to read this book, and I absolutely LOVE my job!! I have been waiting on this story FOREVER and 3 days. It was so worth it. I read it out loud and now even my service dog, Apollo is now a huge fan.

  • Tanya
    2019-01-23 22:29

    Fun fun fun. Full review to come for Heroes and Heartbreakers.

  • Llaph | No Frill | No Shill
    2019-02-13 17:43

    I really liked this book for a lot of reasons. Seeing how the gods have grown since their release and the almost apocalypse was great. The only thing I didn’t like was how the male gods turned into massive man hos…. I mean Guy, Kinich, and Ma’ax were virgins in their books. It appears that the years after their release and the discovery of black jade made the male gods turn into hos … just look at belch and zac. That bit of innocence tempered the tendency they had to be arrogant as heck and made them more likable, at least to me.That is one thing I really liked about the first series is that the tried, true, and tired, trope about the irresistible man who pokes everything he can wasn’t present. It is now and I just don’t like the gods as much now. . They lost that little bit of uniqueness they had about them with that. I get it that these books were written a while after the first series and there have been lots of books in-between, some of which I’ve read and liked and some which I haven’t, but ehh….I still love the world she created and the mass amount of creatures, wacky stories, interesting characters, and goofy humor instilled in each book. Sometimes you just don’t know what to expect, I think that is one of the main reasons I love reading some of her books. Who would’ve thought that drinking a little alcohol would turn a guy back into beer gut man? Lol One of the best things I thought was the back story for Margarita … I mean who would have expected THAT? I really admired her fortitude when it came to working, hard, to get her life back together and to create what all she did. I thought Sandra Hill got me with the former Seal, who was formerly Amish and is now a treasure hunter, but I think the former Amish woman who became the owner of a gym and married to a god sort of takes the cake for wtf there.Despite my misgivings about the way the male gods act now I still really enjoyed this story and after seeing that epilogue I can’t wait to read the next one to see what is going to happen with Zac and Tula. It seems that I should read the merman trilogy again in preparation though, which I won’t mind doing at all since I really like reading her books over and over.

  • Carly - Resident Supergirl
    2019-02-09 23:24

    Okay, it doesn't happen often that a book that has an over 4 star rating, that I just didn't understand how it was rated that high and this is one of those times. Yes the book had a lot of funny moments but even some of the "comedy" that others were deeming hilarious, I just didn't find all that funny or the comedy felt a bit too forced for my liking. There are plenty of sexy times in this book but it happened way too quickly - too many times and so the point that came where the two characters officially got together, I wasn't even interested anymore. The concept of a God of Wine was very intriguing but his constant barrage of alcohol induced necessities just got old after awhile. Oh and he apparently has this super powered man juice that I also just couldn't mentally accept in my brain - I don't know it was just all too outlandish for me to truly enjoy it! If it weren't for the low page count - I probably wouldn't have finished it to be quite honest! Oh well, can't win them all!

  • Gillian Paulus
    2019-01-26 20:42

    AmazingI've liked every book in the Immortal Matchmakers series so far, but this one was the best! I had no idea that Belch has this side to him. The next book, Forgetty, is supposed to be even MORE amazing. I can't wait!

  • Kathleen R.
    2019-02-18 16:46

    Title: God Of Wine Author: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff5 Unforgettable starsI have no idea why I waited so long to get my hands on Mimi Jean Pamfiloff's books. Holy mother of buckets of water, God Of Wine was nothing like I expected and I will be reading it again and again, it was that captivating. I've read novels including (or about) Gods and yet, God Of Wine had the full package: sexyness, excitement, drama, humour and enough supernatural to keep me at the edge of my seat. Acan and Margarita are completely different and their relationship was a match I never would have expected and yet, their differences are what made them perfect for one another.4.5 sexy dreams starsI loved watching this couple try to figure out how they could make things work and to overcome the many obstacles they faced, and there were many. God Of Wine was and is exactly what I look forward in the genre and Mimi Jean Pamfiloff nailed it for certain. Now, all I need to do is go back and read the rest of this series and let myself be taken through another journey that is certain to take my breath away. I can't wait to read more by this author. *ARC provided by Author in exchange for an honest review.Reviewed by Kathleen, The Small Girl from A small girl, her man and her books

  • Ingrid Thomas
    2019-01-24 18:43

    Holy guacamole!!! This book is a trip!!! Ups and downs. Clowns., unicorns, beer, Margarita and all forms of alcohol…. I'll tell you one thing… the things, and images that come out of Mimi's head and manage to become a movie in your head will have you spinning!!!! And more if you enjoy this book drinking one of the yummy - delicious sounding-must make now drinks that are in the book!!! Yep you read correctly we get our very own Acan certified recipes for specialty drinks… I'll let you know how it went when I try one or three…… Anyhoot , this book is amaze balls, laugh out loud funny moments, hilarious scenarios, out if this reality personalities, and all the good reading that are now a trademark for this series and for Miami. This book is part of The Immortal Matchmakers series. And if you've read this series you know there are some thing that need to come to pass so there won't be an end of this world apocalypse, and I keep wondering what new trip I'm going on while reading Mimi's book. “Note to godly self: smite evil ex-spouse of Margarita” For this installment, we have Belch… the God of wine. A very abhorrent kid of guy… beer belly, drunk, unclean, vulgar… but still the god of a good party, and who thinks he is all that and more.Then we have Margarita, a very uptight gal, she is in her forties with a daughter, which I really loved!!!! I mean usually the heroines in the book are twenty-somethings or thirty at most, so I was a very pleasant surprise!. And she IS all that, a self made woman, a very strong and uptight role model for her 16 year old daugher.So how can two completely different people even consider being together and I mean in the same room!!!!Well, things get complicated as you will find out, since Belch need to find his better half, and doesn’t seem to quite get what it means.This book is not just laughs and giggles, even though it is fantasy and rom com and all that i does has its hidden message, You are not perfect, and you do not have to be, you just have to try your hardest to be the best person you can be!!! And sometimes, what you thought was bad, in a more moderate way it is good.

  • Denise
    2019-01-22 21:35

    I loved this book. I have not been able to put it down since the first page. I just wanted to find out if Acan the God Of Wine was going to be able to turn himself into something better than what he was. He needed to find his mate preferable with pants on, and he should have been irresistible to her, but the Gods are having trouble lately with turning evil and all, so it is going to be a bit difficult for him. He just needs to sober up and put some clothes on and everything will be alright. He has his fellow gods, brothers and sisters who he has partied with through the millennia they can help if he does not kill them first. Also it appears his mate is human and not at all happy with him. So how hard can it be for a God to make his mate like him. So happy to have received a review copy of this book from Mimi Jean Pamfiloff totally enjoyable read. Highly Recommend this author and her books.

  • Michele
    2019-01-26 20:46

    God of Wine had all of the silliness and good time atmosphere you’d expect in a book about THE party god, Acan–aka Belch. Filled to the brim with wacky fun, yummy cocktail recipes, impending doom for several immortals, and yes, even a Minky the unicorn sighting, this was one unique and entertaining story. ‘I am the party god. I do not judge. I seek to bring fun and lack of inhibition to the masses so that they may tap into their wild sides.’Okay, so right off the bat I’ll warn readers in similar fashion to what author Mimi Jean Pamfiloff noted at the beginning of this book: this was about the God of Wine and Intoxication so expect that there will be drunkenness, lots of crude language, partial and/or full nudity, and fairly graphic love scenes. So. If some or any of this might offend you then, well, this might not be the story for you. But. If you enjoy a raunchy good time then this will have you giggle-snorting for sure.Read More__________________________Original Notes:Oh the silliness and awesomeness that was God Of Wine! And talk about your opposites attract romances. This one will be sure to put a smile on a reader girl's face and make her giggle until she snorts. Seriously though, Acan was a bit (a lot) rough around the edges and came across crude and slovenly. But his mate ended up being the perfect balance. And I think readers will come to see him as a very lickable, er--I mean, likable frat boy-type guy who gains a lot more maturity by the story's end. Full review to come.

  • Sierra Clothier
    2019-01-26 20:33

    This is book 3 of the Immortal Matchmakers series, and probably it's most laugh out loud story to date. Pamfiloff's stories always have a trademark humor and snark that make them stand out from typical paranormal books. Dare I call them Paranormal Romantic Snark? As usual, you don't need to read the other books to jump right into this story of Acan, the God of Wine and Intoxication. Or Belch, as his partygoing minions nickname him. He is also known as God of drunkenness and pantlessness. There is a fabulous guide to all the characters in the boom to help you along. And just like the rest of his brother and sister Gods, he needs a mate to save the world. You never quite know where the author is going with this story, which makes it cliche proof. Full of action and unforgettable characters, I was riveted and read the book in one sitting. Only Pamfiloff can write hilarious dialogue like this.She listened and then laughed. “Ouch. Yeah. I forgot about that rope burn accident. But his junk appears to be intact and enjoying its usual fresh air.”Acan looked at his lower extremities. “Hell.” He’d forgotten his pants. Again. And his #$@ underwear. Again. That’s the fifteenth time this week!The story makes you believe in romance, even for dysfunctional Gods. I adored that the female character was older than your average heroine in a romance book and how there is an underlying moral that's so simple. There is love for all of us.