The Wedding of Eros

Wylie Reed Richardson has compiled a titillating collection of, seek and ye shall find love, love stories.

The format is an exciting way to introduce the ways of romance into all the stories presenting Roger and Julies' story in three parts separated by Katherine and Nicks story and later by David and Anna's chapter.

Each couple adds their own experiences and desires proving love exists in it's various forms depending on the individuals involved.

I'd consider the sex scenes somewhat mild being reminiscent of a new relationship and lacking generous representation.

This collection of love stories made me feel good about the hope of being in love, so I'd recommend THE WEDDING OF EROS AND FOUR OTHER EROTIC LOVE STORIES for a great evening or weekend read.


Book Blurb for The Wedding of Eros

This is a collection of five erotic short stories, with heavy helpings of romance and intrigue. “Roger's Story” (broken into three chapters) tells of the heated affair between the title character and Julie, an alluring yet mysterious auburn-haired woman he meets by chance while out hiking one day. Their impassioned encounter in the woods—and what happens afterwards—will keep the reader hooked until the very last page. “The Wedding of Eros” spins a fantasy of some most unusual nuptials in ancient Greece, in which all of the participants are stark naked. “Anna and David” recounts the courtship and marriage of a New York architect and his European-born wife, and the love games that they play to keep their relationship alive. This is a book to take to bed, when you aren't ready for sleep quite yet…


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2007 3.50