Paula and her sister are in business
together and when her sister is finally getting married,
Paula of course must ‘suffer’ through all of the
proceedings. Everything is going as boring as she
anticipated until she sees the god in the rear of the
church. Now her thoughts center on this man and how she
might be able to meet him. Though each time she thinks she
will be able to catch him, something happens and they don’t
connect. She decides to stop wasting her time looking for
him and goes back to work; she was only looking to have a
quick fling with him anyways.
Markus is the God of Matrimony and is
personally going to oversee the wedding of Paula’s sister.
This family has been the one ‘thorn in his side’ and what he
sees as his biggest failure. He finds it interesting that
his sister (the Goddess of Fertility) and some of their
friends are also at the wedding, but that is how things go
sometimes. Everything comes to a screeching halt in his
mind when he sees Paula. He is suddenly having fantasies
about her and they haven’t ever met.
What will happen when the finally
meet? The God of Matrimony and the woman who doesn’t
believe in marriage, at least not for herself.
Seducing a God is a
fast-paced, erotic story. The author brings into reality
the gods and goddesses of the second generation, those whom
are the children of Zeus and Aphrodite to name a few. These
days the God of Matrimony and the Goddess of Fertility are
brother and sister, which makes for an interesting rivalry.
I enjoyed how the characters tried to fight their attraction
to each other and how they each dealt with it. I enjoyed
Seducing a God and look forward to more books by