By Tina Folsom
Whilst the god of wine and ecstasy, Dionysus, callously dumps his most recent conquest, the mortal Ariadne, the goddess Hera has had adequate. She robs Dionysus of his reminiscence to educate him a lesson in humility.
Ariadne is deeply harm after Dionysus dismisses their evening of ardour as "just intercourse" and does not are looking to see her anymore. whilst she reveals him bloodied and overwhelmed and being affected by amnesia, she quick kinds a plan to come back at him. As she pretends to be his fiancée, Ariadne makes Dionysus think he loves her. however the longer the charade maintains, the tougher it turns into to actually see who teaches whom a lesson.
And what if Dionysus earnings his reminiscence again? Will there be hell to pay for her deception, or can a mortal lady actually win a god's love?
Scanguards Vampires Series:
booklet 1: Samson's wonderful Mortal
ebook 2: Amaury's Hellion
publication three: Gabriel's Mate
ebook four: Yvette's Haven
booklet five: Zane's Redemption
booklet 6: Quinn's timeless Rose
publication 7: Oliver's Hunger
publication eight: Thomas's Choice
ebook eight 0.5: Silent chunk (A Scanguards Wedding)
booklet nine: Cain's identification
booklet 10: Luther’s Return
Novella: Mortal Wish
publication eleven: Blake’s Pursuit
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Stealth Guardians Series:
Lover Uncloaked (#1)
grasp Unchained (#2)
Out of Olympus sequence (A romantic comedy sequence approximately Greek Gods):
publication 1: a marginally of Greek
ebook 2: A odor of Greek
booklet three: A flavor of Greek
e-book four: A Hush of Greek – coming in 2016
Venice Vampyr Novella Series:
Venice Vampyr (#1)
Venice Vampyr (#2): ultimate Affair
Venice Vampyr (#3): Sinful Treasure
Venice Vampyr (#4): Sensual Danger
Eternal Bachelors membership (contemporary romance):
One silly Night
One lengthy Embrace
In collaboration with Lara Adrian: The Phoenix Code
booklet 1 & 2: reduce and Run
ebook three & four: conceal and search
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As she stepped into the shower and let the warm water sluice down her body, she was aware of every cell in her body, every inch of skin Dio had touched and kissed, and particularly of the place between her legs that throbbed pleasantly in synch with her heartbeat. She bit back the disappointment that Dio hadn’t woken her when he’d left, but maybe he was just being considerate. She must have fallen asleep shortly after they’d made love, because for the life of her, she couldn’t remember that they’d talked or cuddled.
Her body was perfectly proportioned, her waist slim, but not spindly, her hips generous but not overly full. And the dark blond patch that shone through the gauzy fabric of her panties hinted at a neatly trimmed strip of curls that was just the place he enjoyed to explore. Dio noticed a slight trembling of her body. But he knew it wasn’t for lack of heat. He, for one, found the warmth in the room stifling, and quickly tore at his shirt to rid himself of it. With the frightened eyes of a doe, she watched him as he opened the top button of his jeans.
Besides, a couple of those bars were her customers, and she could pretend to stop by to inform them of the new delivery she’d received. Excuse in hand, she stalked outside. At the first bar, there was no sign of Dio, and according to the bartender, he hadn’t been in all day. Maybe she should find it odd that many of the bartenders in the city knew him, but for a wine connoisseur like Dio to frequent the bars with the best wine was probably normal. It was one of the things that had first made her notice him when he’d entered her shop: his knowledge about wine was extensive, yet he was entirely unpretentious about it.