Eloreen reviews ‘No Greater Love” (Sons of Aphrodite 1) by Andi Anderson. Published by Mischief Corners Books on May 23, 2014, 130 pgs.
Why I read this book: I needed something decently short and I love fantasy. I thought I had not read Andi before so I figured this was a new to me author too. Strangely, it sounded very familiar.
This book was provided to RGR in exchange for an honest review.
Eros thinks it’s pretty ironic that ‘Cupid’ wants nothing more than to find his own true love. Desperate, he enlists his mother, Aphrodite’s, help and she agrees to allow Eros thirty days off from his duties to possibly find the man of his dreams.
Keith Seeley is having the birthday from hell. He’s not only just turned forty, he’s had one mishap after another all day. When his friends insist on taking Keith to the club, being surrounded by younger men just makes him feel worse. But, when he meets the mysterious and sexy Eros, he immediately knows his life has changed forever. As time rolls by, Eros continues to be secretive about his past, putting a wall between them. When Eros comes clean about his true identity, will Keith be able to accept him for who he really is?
Please Note: This is a re-edited second edition. No other changes have been made besides edits.
This is the second edition. I figured it out once I looked at my handy-dandy database that has all of the info on the books I’ve read. Sure enough, I had the first edition marked read. 🙂 It had been awhile since I read the first version (around 2013, I think). I don’t remember much between the two, but this one did seem to flow really well. Probably better than the first. I may have to go back to that version and see if I can pick out the difference. Nah. Not enough time.
I really enjoyed this and was very thankful it’s part of a series. I want to read more. Unfortunately, I don’t think Andi has written the next one yet. At least, not according to Goodreads. I really hope so. It’s really good.
We meet Eros as he decides he wants to take some time off and find someone who wants just him and not Cupid depicted everywhere. The interactions with Aphrodite are amusing, especially when he talks to his brothers. Finding Keith at the bar within a day of his freedom from duties is a little coincidental. Or is it? Despite the fast start, they do spend time together and the conversation and sex is great! There is a happy ending that you will have to read to know, and now I want to read about the brothers Anteros and Deimos. 😀 So, Andi, please write the next ones… please? I love series and this is a great start to one.
With this, I give ‘No Greater Love’ 9 out of 10 pot of gold. This is equivalent to 4.5/5 stars.
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