Annie Landon has given up on finding Mr. Right, and instead, has gone out to find Mr. Right Now. A conversation overheard in the bathroom of Dionysus’s Bar, about a jilted and lonely “Greek god” in need of a quick pick-me-up, sounds like just what she’s looking for.
But picking up the Greek god of love for a one night stand is easier said than done, especially when he has sworn off mortals forever.
Do a woman looking for love, and a matchmaking god who wants her to find it—with someone else—have a shot at a happy ending?
Will Annie get her man… or will Eros’s golden arrows miss their mark, for once?
“This is a story that has it all – humor, heart, and hotness! Annie is a heroine readers won’t be able to let go. And Eros is just handsome and stubborn enough that you’re not sure whether to kiss him or smack him. Clever integration of mythology into modern culture. An antagonist you’ll love to hate. Steamy-hot love scenes. I skipped meals and sleep to finish this book!” ~ Molly Harper, bestselling paranormal and snarky contemporary romance writer
“The Greek god of love meets his match in this witty, sexy romance. It’s a fun romantic romp with great dialogue, and Ros and Annie are perfect together!” ~ Nancy Haddock, bestselling author of the Cesca Marinelli vampire books from Berkley – beach books with bite!
“A fun, sexy romp through the Olympic pantheon that will make you yearn for your very own god of love!” ~ best-selling author Laura Kaye, WEST OF WANT
New York Times bestselling author Jennie Bentley/Jenna Bennett writes the Do It Yourself home renovation mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime and the Cutthroat Business mysteries for her own gratification. For Entangled Publishing, she writes a variety of romance, from contemporary to futuristic and paranormal to suspense. She makes her home in Nashville with a husband and two boys.
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