Belinda Adams is your stereotypical librarian, tiny swotty glasses and perfectly straight pin stripe pencil skirt.
At twenty-eight, her only excitement comes from the books she adores and her strange hobby of collecting vintage perfume bottles.
Each one has pulled at her, teasing her with a depth shes always felt she needs to explore.
With a non-existent love life she is well on her way to spinsterhood. Hell, she may as well get a cat.
A weekend trip to an antiques fair and a chance meeting with a stranger ends with her taking home a unique bottle called “Cupids Essence”.
With a warning echoing in her mind, she takes it home, not expecting her life to be turned on its head.
It wasn’t her fault she didn’t believe the warning, didn’t believe in myths.
It wasn’t her fault that she didn’t believe in Cupid himself
J Thompson shatters that image of Cupid being the cute cherub in a diaper shooting magical arrows at the loveless. Her version of Cupid is much less sweet and innocent, and much more sexy, funny and into mischief.
His meddling into the lives of Belinda and Mike made for some funny, steamy and dreamy situations. Mike and Belinda were made for each other. They just didn’t realize it until Cupid sent a love potion to help them along.
Ms. Thompson did a fantastic job of blending the fantasy world of the God and Goddesses with the “real world”. I loved every minute of this story. I enjoyed catching back up with Aphrodite, Hades, yes even Hades, and other Gods from her earlier books.
I’m not usually a fan of the PNR genre, but I rush to pick up every one of J. Thompson’s books. I cannot wait to see what trouble she will get these Gods and Goddesses into next.
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