The Olympian gods have had enough.
After countless centuries of dealing with the God of
Desireís partying ways, the gods have given Cupid a task.
Cupid has one month to get a mortal woman to agree to marry
him or he will be stripped of his powers and immortality.
The task seems simple enough, until Cupid hears the rules.
(1) He cannot lie to the woman, (2) the woman has to agree
to marry him within a month, (3) the god cannot use his
powers to seduce her, and (4) the marriage-opposed goddess
Artemis will choose the woman.
Brea Saunders has been burned by love
and has no desire to ever be romantically involved again.
But fate has other plans for the beautiful interior
designer. When a difficult client sends her on a search for
hard-to-find paintings, Brea finds herself face-to-face with
the most gorgeous art dealer sheís ever seen. Can Brea
learn to trust once more? And will Cupid be able to play by
the rules and outwit those trying to sabotage him long
enough to fall under loveís spell himself?
I must admit, Iím always intrigued by stories that put a new
spin on my favorite Greek mythological characters. I was
more than pleased to find Toni L. Meilleurís Utter
Cupidity a delight. Ms. Meilleur weaves a lively
romantic tale of two people who have never known love but
still manage to find it in the most unlikely of ways.
Cupid, as befitting the God of Desire, is an utterly
delicious hero who, though a playboy in the past quickly
falls head over heels for his heroine. Brea, though hurt in
the past, made me root for her to take that step and find
happiness. Fast-paced, sexy, and fun, Utter Cupidity
is an enchanting read from beginning to end.