If you've ever dreamed of a god sweeping you off your feet and confessing undying love, then this is certainly the tale for you! It's a fast, quick read--a small bit of an otherworldly heaven to rest your tired bones. This was a nice, lovely read. The writing was clear and concise.
If I say anything more regarding this little love nip, I would give away the entire story! Like I said, it's a fast read, a quick kiss just before bed!
Gabrielle Foster never thought she would fall in love with a mythological character. After reading the pages of a mysterious journal, she finds herself enamored, yet sympathetic, toward Eros, the Greek god of love. The journal paints him as a tragic and lonely god with a selfless heart that aches for companionship. But the author is a clinically insane woman, so Eros couldn't really exist in the modern world...could he?
While working the night shift at a local diner in downtown Boston, a secret admirer of ethereal beauty reveals his true identity, and Gabrielle discovers her love is not unrequited.