Publication Date: April 23,2013
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 180 pages Print Length
Purchase: Amazon, Barnes & Noble
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Annie Landon has given up on finding Mr. Right, and has gone out looking for 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 god of love for a one-night stand is easier said than done--especially when he's sworn off mortals forever.
Eros has been down and out since his ex-wife left him, and falling for another mortal woman is the last thing he needs. Which means a maddening desire for the woman across the street is not in the cards. Thus begins his quest to find a match made in heaven for Annie. It's the perfect plan ... if only Eros can bear to let the girl of his dreams go.
Can 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, or will Eros's golden arrows miss their mark, for once?
About the Author:
Jenna Bennett writes the Cutthroat Business mysteries, featuring realtor and Southern Belle Savannah Martin, who stumbles over dead bodies in Nashville, Tennessee. She's also the author of the award-winning Soldiers of Fortune series of science fiction romances from Entangled Publishing, along with assorted other romance-type books, about FBI agents, Greek gods, and rich businessmen, among other things.
As Jennie Bentley, she writes the New York Times bestselling Do-It-Yourself Home Renovation mysteries from Penguin/Berkley Prime Crime, featuring Avery Baker, a textile designer, and Avery's boyfriend Derek Ellis, a handyman, who renovate houses in fictitious Waterfield, Maine.
For more information about either author or any of the books, please visit www.JennaBennett.com.
I have been reading Jenna Bennett's work for some time under her pen-name, Jennie Bentley. Her cozy mysteries are some of my favorites. Her latest book for Entangled, Tall, Dark and Divine is a departure from what I have read from her before. I am excited to see her go in a different direction. From mystery to romance, might sound like a big leap, but I can't wait to see where she goes with this. Especially, with the theme of Greek gods. I have always loved mythology and this series sounds right up my alley. Paranormal romance is one of my favorite genre's and I think the Greek pantheon is such a good idea! Can't wait to read it.