Eros – 50% Off Valentine’s Day Sale!

Ah, Eros, the god of love and lust. I’ve always been a sucker for a good romance and the story of Eros and Psyche from Greek Mythology has been a favorite of mine for as long as I can remember. I knew when I started publishing my books that I’d write an updated version of their story, only with two men instead of a male and female. And of course I had to add Aphrodite, Eros’ mother. I had a blast writing Aphrodite. She’s not been to Earth in awhile so she doesn’t quite know how to dress to fit in. 😉

Eros is one of my favorite stories I’ve ever written. I’m proud of every book I’ve ever published, but Eros holds a special place in my heart for a variety of reasons.

To celebrate Valentine’s Day – which just happens to also be my wedding anniversary – Eros is on sale at Smashwords only for 50% off until February 15th, so you can get it for .99. The coupon code is DC86J. If you’ve been on the fence about the story now’s the perfect time to check it out. If you do I hope you’ll let me know what you think.

Blurb –

Eros is the god of love and lust. His only job on Earth is to bring couples together and shoot them with his magical arrows. If he occasionally hooks up with the guys first, what of it? He’s all about the lust thing, but love? Not hardly. Not after all the broken relationships he’s witnessed throughout his long, immortal life. 

After four assignments that he nearly blows because he’s quicker to shoot his load than his arrows, Aphrodite gives him a final chance to prove himself. If he fails, he could lose his privileged position among the gods and be eternally banished from the planet he calls home. Confident in his skills, he isn’t overly concerned. That is, until he hooks up with the guy he’s supposed to shoot for his do-or-die assignment. In the eons he’s spent on Earth, he’s never felt this way before. Does he risk losing everything he’s ever known? Or does he fulfill his duty and walk away from the only love he’s ever found?

Find Eros on Smashwords here.

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