millennium, Mercury, the messenger god of Olympus, has waited for
Venus, the goddess of love, to be his and his alone for eternity.
After one of Jupiterís tasteless soirees, he makes his move by
arriving at her villa to present his case. This time, thereís
nothing standing in his way. Before he is done, the goddess of his
heart will belong to him in every way possible.
Venus is a wet dream in disguise that will make you think of
the Roman gods very differently. Everything here is steamy,
original, and hotter than Vulcanís furnace. My only issue was with
the cover. While sexy and gorgeous, the picture is contemporary.
It didnít match the story and characters.
Some of the other
gods and goddesses make appearances, bringing interesting touches to
the plot. For the time being, Iím crossing my fingers for Ms.
Blacque to write a story featuring Pluto and his captured bride,
Koral. Darkness and dominance in the underworld never looked so
Venus and Mercury
are represented as a delicious confection front and center,
conquering and yielding in the name of love. Whether youíre up on
your classical mythology or not, this story carries all the nectar
of the gods, too tasty to overlook.