Tall, Dark and Divine: Eros
A Paranormal Romantic Comedy with Greek Gods
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• This new twist on Greek mythology is modern and hip, with a playful tone that is reminiscent of the early Dark-Hunter books. Fun and original, the cast of secondary characters will make the reader hope this is just the beginning. --Anna Dougherty, RT Book Reviews
Annie Landon has given up on finding Mr. Right, and has gone out to find Mr. Tonight instead. A conversation overheard in the bathroom of Dionysus’s Bar, about a jilted and lonely “Greek god” in need of a quick pick-me-up, sounds like just what she’s looking for!
But picking up the Greek god of love for a one-night-stand is easier said than done, especially when he has sworn off mortals forever.
Do a woman looking for love, and a matchmaking god who wants her to find it—with someone else—have a shot at a happy ending?
Will Annie get her man... or will Eros’s golden arrows miss their mark, for once?
The game is on. May the best god—or mortal—win!
A cute, romantic comedy with plenty of heat and sizzle. Jenna Bennett did a fantastic job of bringing the Greek gods and goddess to life and placing them in modern society. I loved how she placed them in jobs that perfectly fit with their deity descriptions. This was a fun, quick read that I highly recommend. Cheryl Beal, Fresh Fiction
LOVED! I've been a fan of Greek myths since I was a child and this was such a fun spin on those characters we've known our whole lives. It's part paranormal romance, part romantic comedy and incredibly addictive, especially when there's such hot characters like Eros and Dion. If you're looking for a unique, fast-paced romance, I highly recommend this one.
A good sweet romance about a Greek God Eros and the mortal woman Annie who he fell in love with.
Very easy enjoyable read.
Romance + Greek Mythology = <3
Tall, Dark and Divine – Eros is a book about Eros, Greek God of Love, and how he’s lost his will to do much of anything and has forsaken mortals since his former wife Psyche left him for another man. Ari (Ariadne) and Brita (Britomartis), employees at his matchmaking agency, decide to drag him out for a night of fun and drinking at Dion’s (Dionysus) bar. Into the mix comes Annie Landon, a beautiful and sweet mortal that is tired of looking for Mr. Right and goes out for a night looking for Mr. Right Now. Annie overhears Ari and Brita talking about their boss “Ross” and how he needs a pick-me-up after being left by his wife and she sees it as a perfect opportunity to have some fun.
This was a light, fun read and I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan o romance and Greek mythology, which are two things I love very much, especially when together in the same story. The reason why I’m not giving it 5 stars is because I think that the ending was rushed and that Eros could have dealt a lot better with telling Annie about who and what he really is, to the point that it even got a bit ridiculous. I hope the author gets around to writing books for some of the secondary characters in this story.