Accidentally…Over? Is the last in this series by author Mimi Jean Pamfiloff. While I have not had the honor of reading the other books in this series, if this is any indication of the level of writing that the author is capable of, then I will be looking forward to reading them. I found it intriguing and downright FUN to read. Even though this is the last of this series, it seems that there is a spin-off coming from it and I am also looking forward to reading them.
Maax is a 7 foot tall god who has been charged with keeping a human alive in order to stop the apocalypse from happening....this time. In order to do so, he must break yet another in a long string of rules. Rules that already have him being punished by taking away his physical form and leaving him invisible to all.
Ashli is convinced that death is coming for her. Ever since the accident that claimed her parents’ lives, she has had the feeling that she is living on borrowed time. So when things start to mysteriously happen around her she is convinced that Death has come to collect her, only she did not expect Death to be a 7 foot tall hot guy.
When it comes to Máax, the God of Truth who refuses to follow the rules, there's more to him than meets the eye. Literally. Because Maáx is invisible! Which is probably why, after seventy-thousand years, he's still unable to find a mate.
Ashli Rosewood was never meant to die. In fact, her death might be the very reason the gods are now faced with stopping that pesky doomsday right around the corner. If only there was a way to undo the past.
Cue Máax. Seven feet of divine masculinity and the unruly god charged with saving Ashli. With a little help from an ancient Mayan tablet, Máax will travel back in time and set things right.
Because Máax has one teensy challenge. He's invisible. And every time this impatient, powerful deity gets anywhere near Ashli, he spooks her right into harm's way. Meaning...she dies, and he has to start all over again.
Cliff, banana peel, runaway storage container filled with Belgian chocolates, bee sting, the list goes on and on. Does the Universe have it out for this girl? Sure seems that way. But why? And what will Máax do when he begins to suspect that not only is Ashli the key to stopping the apocalypse, but she may be "the one" he's been waiting seventy-thousand years for.
How will he save the one woman the Universe insists on killing and who wants nothing to do with him?