Some modern Pagan practitioners dedicate themselves to building a personal relationship with a specific deity, or perhaps a group of deities. Here are a few book suggestions to help in that regard.
“Dedicant, Devotee, Priest: A Pagan Guide to Divine Relationships” by Stephanie Woodfield.
“For the Love of the Gods: The History and Modern Practice of Theurgy, Our Pagan Inheritance” by Brandy Williams.
“Helios Unbound: Pagan Theurgy to Connect to Your Higher Genius” by Nick Farrell.
“The Way of Mystery” by Nema.
“Summoning Forth Wiccan Gods and Goddesses” by Lady Maeve Rhea.
“The Witches’ God” and “The Witches’ Goddess” by Janet & Stewart Farrar.
“Walking Down Awen’s Path” by David Smith.
“Book of Hours: Prayers to the Goddess” and “Book of Hours: Prayers to the God” by Galen Gillotte.
“The Circle Within” by Dianne Sylvan.
“Liber Spirituum” by Adam P. Forrest.
“Devoted” edited by Alkistis Dimech.
“God/Goddess” by A.J. Drew and Patricia Telesco.
“Manifest Divinity” by Lisa Spiral Besnett.
“Devoted to You” by Judy Harrow.
“Living Theurgy: A Course in Iamblichus’ Philosophy, Theology, and Theurgy” and “A Theurgist’s Book of Hours” by Jeffrey S. Kupperman.
“Masks of the Muse: Building A Relationship with the Goddess of the West” by Veronica Cummer.