Review | God of Wine by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

About God of Wine

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 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?


This dirty, dirty book contains a buck-naked god, sloppy drunkenness, the c-word, f-word, p-word, d-word—okay,

neverthehellmind! 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.)




I LOVE this series, they’re so fun to read and I always buy them on release day, so I can just laugh the day away. And Acan might be one of my favorites, I just think he’s so hilarious! And don’t even get me started on all the yummy cocktail recipes definitely need to try some of those! I think me and Acan would be great friends!
Acan, God of Wine and Intoxication, knows how to have a good time, but also goes by Belch, which is so damn funny to me! Once he finally realizes that he needs to live a sober life for a bit, so he can find his mate. It is quite the adventure for him to do so. He needs to find his mate before his powers peak during on New Year’s Eve because we all know it’ll be bad news if he doesn’t find her by then.
And that’s where Margarita comes in, how fitting is that?! She’s had a tough life from escaping an abusive relationship, raising her daughter as a single parent and trying to make a life for the both of them. And now that her daughter is 16, whoo … sounds like good times. I was teenager once, I can only imagine raising a teenager! (Sorry, mom and dad!). With Margariting working and worrying constantly, she has no time to live. She stays away from the party scene and doesn’t drink any alcohol.
Once these two meet, they quickly realize that they’re complete opposites, but yet they seem to complement each other quite well. And there’s in instant draw towards each other. However, there will be the push and pull between these two for the better half of the book. Will these two just give in to what each other wants? Can Acan tone down the life of the party for Margarita?
Now, I must say that Zac and Tula need their own book! PLEASE, those two are just killing me. And Cimil … the many things I have to say about Cimil. Seeing who the mates end up being in this series is definitely my favorite part, I look forward to the next installment to this fun series!

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