Review: Eros, My Love by April Bostic

June 19, 2013 Uncategorized 1

Rating: 4 Stars
Source: Ebook provided for review
Blurb: Gabrielle Foster never thought she would fall in love with a mythological character. After reading the pages of a mysterious blog, she finds herself enamored yet sympathetic toward a young man claiming to be the Greek god Eros. The journal paints him as a tragic and lonely god with a selfless heart that yearns for companionship. But the anonymous blogger is a clinically insane woman, so Eros couldn’t really exist…could he? While working the night shift at a local city diner, a secret admirer reveals his true identity and Gabrielle realizes he may be the key to her own heartache.

Eros, My Love is a short enticing read. It takes off into a fantasy world on page one and stays there until the end. I often found myself smiling, and agreeing with the protagonist in her musings on men and relationships. 
The story is told in a very short format that fits perfectly with my busy schedule. I was able to fit this read in a twenty-five minute time frame. I love that. It was quick, fun, and had heat in all the write places. The characters were likable, and the story was well written.  
I look forward to reading a full novel from this author because I think this short story showed she has the ability to craft a story, and seeing her characters more flushed out is something I look forward too. 
All in all Eros, My Love is a great little erotic romance. 

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  • Thanks so much for reading Eros, My Love! I’m glad you enjoyed it, and I hope you get a chance to read my novel, The Howling Heart.