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Roxanne knows where she’d like to shove Cupid’s arrow.
As you fall more in love with the hero, I like to be able to put myself in the shoes of the heroine, imagining myself the receiver of those delicious kisses, the one that’s being ravished and devoured.When they meet, sparks fly--the lusty kind--but they both know from experience, love hurts. Sorry, the Greek pantheon was always quite special to me, so much so that my very first internet identity was 'Psyche's Song'.In the end though, they’ll learn that love will have its way with them with or without the aid of Cupid’s arrow. I didn't like how Venus said to Roxanne "You need to brush up on your GREEK history" even though everything related to the Roman pantheons.*shrugs* Just seemed extremely bitter to me and thus put me off her from the start. I did not like how Psyche was supposed to be some petty vindictive bitch. Nothing beats the flirty fun you find reading something by Eve Langlais.I always squee when she releases something new and DATING CUPID definitely lived up to the excitement I felt when I received it.
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On that same note, I LOVE that Eve writes romances where the hero is completely ENAMOURED with curves.