ONE NIGHT WITH A GODDESS
This second installment in McCoy's Goddess trilogy is lighthearted and fun but also touches on the reality of suffering in other countries. The main characters are well portrayed, and there are delightful secondary characters, including the standard gay friend.
He's a doctor who, after working with Doctors Without Borders, and experiencing atrocities, is not sure he can continue in medicine. As for Chloe, she finds herself falling for Matt, something that could cancel out all she's done this past year and lose her her Mount Olympus home as well. (Avon, May, 384 pp., $5.99)