Sunday, September 30, 2012


We here at R&M Fab Book Reviews are pleased to announce the beginning of the Halloween Spooktacular which kicks off tomorrow with the amazing L.M. Preston and the cover reveal for her book Purgatory Reign, which will be available Spring of 2013.  We are so stoked to be working with such a large and varied group of authors, covering multiple genres, but guaranteed to give you thrills and chills!

Plus there are some major giveaways going on!  Don't miss your chance at signed prints,  e-copies, Amazon gift cards, t-shirts, and so much more!  Only here at R&M Fab Book Reviews!  Plus, don't forget to check out our event on Facebook as you will have more chances to win some amazing prizes from the Authors featured here, plus so many more!  Stay tuned for the entire month for exclusive interviews, reviews, book blurbs, excerpts, and cover reveals!  

Until then Happy Reading and Happy Halloween everyone! 

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Interview with Eden Connor!!

Interview with Eden Connor, author of Soft Sounds of Pleasure! Thanks for being with us today!

Can you tell us an interesting fact about you, your writing, or anything at all?  Or, is there anything in particular you want the readers to know about you?

 I'm fifty-two, widowed, and have lived in the southern United States all my life.  My writing is a reflection of two things, my geographic location and my addiction to current events.  I read a news story and think: "How would that person react if…?" Then, I make up some facts not in evidence and stick those resulting characters in a town or city south of the Mason-Dixon Line and let 'er rip.

When did you first know that writing was what you wanted to do as a career? 

I'm not typical, based on the answers I've seen other writers give to this type of question. I was content to be the person everyone came to when they needed their English paper checked for errors. I did and still do write in a journal. In 2001 lost my beloved maternal grandmother and my husband. A year to the day after my husband died, I lost my grandfather, and in 2005 I lost my mother. After that, I withdrew and tackled my TBR pile. Then I discovered and began buying e-books, one after the other, sometimes two and three a day. I narrowed my reading focus to erotic romances and erotica. From there, it was a short leap to deciding to try my hand at writing one. Why erotic romance? I think, looking back, they reminded me of the pleasure love brings, when I was drowning in the pain of losing loved ones. There's a reason the main character in Soft Sounds of Pleasure is a young widow. I had issues to work through, the social expectations placed on me as a young widow in a small town. Lila Walker is the result, and although her romantic life isn't a reflection of mine, a great deal of the rest of what happens to her is my way of presenting some of the things I faced.

When you are working on a book, do you plan ahead, or do you let the story flow as you write?

Any time I ever planned ahead, it was time wasted. The characters have a way of telling me the darndest things about themselves in the middle of a story.  No amount of planning can take such revelations into account, so I just start with the initial scene my muse hands me and go from there these days. We're all happier for that decision; there's a lot less shouting inside my head. Arguing with people who do not exist gets you some odd looks. Trust me on this.

Is there a special place in your home that you work at?

Yes, I have a little folding laptop desk and it usually sits on my bed. I curl up in front of it and type away.  It helps that my children have left home and no one is expecting dinner or clean laundry. Or conversation, for that matter.

Are any of your characters in your books based on people that you know in real life?

Every character in my books is based in some way on someone I either know or have met, or someone I read about in the news. It can be as small as what kind of music they listen to, the way they dress, or as large as letting my actual mother-in-law have a walk-on part in soft Sounds of Pleasure as Joan Walker.

Do you have an interesting writing quirk? Maybe something that you have to do while writing or something that you have to do before you start writing?

 I don't know if this is a quirk, but I cannot type. I failed typing in high school—yes, it was called 'typing' back then and not 'keyboarding'—and I've only gotten worse in the interim. I have to look at the keys and somehow, what I think in my head is not what comes out of my fingertips. I call my affliction "typing dyslexia", which is a term I made up to explain how I think the word correctly, but somehow, it gets tangled in translation, even though I am looking right at the keyboard. Thank heavens for Word's autocorrect function. If not for that, I doubt I could write for publication.  

What is your opinion on Indie publishing versus mainstream publishing?

 I believe indie publishing has already redefined mainstream publishing, and will continue to do so for some time to come. If we've learned one thing from the explosion of indie literature, it's that the houses have been turning down some stuff the public wants to read. The success of indies proves, more than anything, that readers will find a good storyteller.

Do you hear from your fans a lot? If so, what are some of the best & worst things that you have heard?

Not yet. Those Devilish De Marco Men is just now gaining attention with the publication of Wildly Inappropriate. But please do write me.

What does your family think of your writing? 

My daughter is supportive. She knows my characters as well as I do in many cases. My son is less so. I saw a post on his wife's Facebook page from one of her friends about Fifty Shades of Gray, something like, "What are we gonna read after this?" She never mentioned that her mother-in-law has an erotic romance series out (chuckle) Draw your own conclusions. I know I learned a lot from that.

How has being published changed your life, if any way?

Not much, other than I am pleased at how well received the series has been thus far. I'll keep writing.

What are you currently working on?  We would love to know what is coming next from you.

The third book in the series, Eric's story, is open on my desk. I pretty well know the direction the final book in the De Marco series will take. I also have a military romance that needs a publisher, as well as a ménage story in progress. Dirty Secrets and Designer Heels is set in Charleston, South Carolina, where you can take my word for the fact that anything sexual that deviates from the 'norm'--meaning one man and one woman--is going to cause quite a stir.

What advice would you give to someone who wants to be a writer?

Write. Write, and in the spaces in between writing and not writing, learn everything you can about your genre, your subgenre, and the craft of writing. Never take edits personally, make the change unless you have a solid reason to believe the editor is wrong. When you get to the editing stage, it's not about your ego; it's about your story and your readers. Then, let it go and start the next one.

What was the hardest part of writing your book?

 Revising the book. The initial draft of Soft Sounds of Pleasure languished in my digital shoebox for a couple of years while I learned what I needed to know in order to fix it. Looking at the response the story has gotten, I'd consider those two years well spent.

 What hardships have you encountered while writing your books?

Hmm…tough one. I'm not too good at multi-tasking any more. I hold those who write, mother, look after a spouse, and work a full-time job in the highest esteem. I decided to work at writing full time and gave up some pretty dear things in order to do that. Cable television got the axe, as did my cell phone. Are those hardships? They were initially.  Now I'm glad I don't have the interruptions or competition for my attention.

What books (or authors) have influenced you the most during your career? 

Lora Leigh was the author I first recall reading in the new erotic romance genre. (I say new as opposed to older works like Sweet Savage Love and The Wolf and the Dove.) I wanted to write the kind of story she was writing and has written for years, after I read every one of hers I could find still being offered. Lauren Dane's Blossom, Georgia series probably could be said to have sparked the general idea of Those Devilish de Marcos, in that I figured I could write a series set in a small southern town, too. Larissa Ione's Demonica series taught me that I wanted to drag a reader under my spell and hold them there, as she does.  Others will have to tell me how I'm doing on those goals.

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Favorite flavor of ice cream:  Butter Pecan
Favorite color: Pink
Favorite animal: Jeez, just one? I've lived with more dogs than cats, but those teacup pigs are calling me.
Favorite season of the year:  Baseball season.
Favorite Author:  I cannot name just one. The three ladies referenced above would start the list, however.
Favorite drink: Coffee.
Favorite food: Lobster.
Favorite Halloween Candy: Those little bitty Hershey bars. Nuts optional, but much appreciated. 

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Review of Soft Sounds of Pleasure by Eden Connor


Book Blurb:

Lila Walker has batted lead-off in Colton De Marco's fantasies for years, and now that he's stumbled upon her sunbathing in the nude, he decides to take his best swing.

Coping with her ogre-in-law, her inability to collect her late husband's life insurance, and the knowledge the entire town's counting the days she wears widow's weeds, Lila decides some between-the-sheets batting practice is just the distraction she needs--even if their sexy scrimmage won't last the summer.

But is she missing Colton's signals that he's in it to win it? And can Colton knock it out of the park with the attractive widow before his thirteen-year-old nephew's foul attitude gets him thrown out of the game?


Eden Connor’s Soft Sounds of Pleasure is smoking hot!  Like must take a cold shower multiple times hot!  When I sat down to read her book recently I was wondering how this story would play out.  But, pretty quickly I found out that while she might have written an erotic tale, it was also a heart-wrenching one as well. 
          The story revolves around the developing relationship between Lila and Colton, who are separated by age and life experiences.  Lila lost her husband tragically and a year later is still struggling to deal with the loss.  Colton has just taken over custody of his nephew whose mother was killed just as tragically.  Between Lila and Jonah, Colton has a lot on his plate. 
          Somehow the three of them bond over baseball of all things, as Lila’s grown son used to play and Jonah wants to play now.  Colton, much like myself, does not understand baseball, and it is only through Lila’s help that he begins to see the finer points to the game. 
          The story plays out in way that I didn’t see coming, but I was riveted, desperately trying to figure out how all of this would end.  But, I am not going to tell you what happens, because you need to buy the book and find out for yourself.  Just keep in mind, you really might need that shower, or better yet, a soak in a tub of ice to cool down afterwards!  Happy Reading everyone!

I use my B.A. in Psychology to write about characters you can love, making decisions you can respect. Most of my stories are set where I live, in South Carolina, so expect the handsome stranger to come equipped with a slow southern drawl. I'm addicted to hazelnut coffee creamer and collecting cranberry glass. I like the music of Motown and when not writing about characters behaving badly, I take a stab at the occasional needlepoint 

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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Rosanna Leo: Book Blurbs and Excerpts

For the Love of a God: 


Conservator Maia Douglas is an expert on ancient Greece and its mythology. She would never tell anyone at the museum where she works, but she's always had a secret crush on the mythical Eryx, Greek god of love. There is nothing she loves more than to tend to her favorite statue of him, and her nighttime dreams are filled with luscious images of Eryx making love to her.

One day, the peace at Maia's beloved museum is shattered when a new director arrives. A man who looks exactly like her image of Eryx. As Maia watches, he manages to upset her ordered museum world, at the same time he inflames her with unwanted desire.

Maia does not know that her new boss is actually the god Eryx, disguised as a mortal so he may work in antiquities. Although he is the god of love, he has forsaken his sexual nature because of a curse that has killed any woman he's dared to love. Though he fights it, Eryx is drawn to Maia with a force he's never experienced in a thousand years. But can he convince her of his true identity? And can he protect her from a vengeful goddess who seeks her destruction?

And without knowing quite how it happened, she found herself being led across Yonge Street to the Mad Irishman Pub. As they crossed the busy road, Eric put his hand on the small of her back. For some reason, she felt safe with his hand there. Warm and safe.
Maybe it was because the cars were just peeling away from them. Even though they were jaywalking, all the cars came to a halt before Eric. It was like Moses crossing the Red Sea. Maia couldn’t count how many times she’d almost been hit in the past by unfeeling downtown Toronto drivers. Yet those same drivers couldn’t make enough space for Eric Lord.
It must be his shiny blond hair. His golden highlights were a blinding beacon.
Dye job, she decided.
They got to the pub, and he led her to a plush half-circular booth tucked in the back. As he let her pass him to get into the booth, he placed his hand on her back again. Once again, a blazing heat trailed from his fingers through her clothes and right into her pores.
What was it with this man? She’d known menopausal women who didn’t feel so hot to the touch all the time.
She sat down and blew up her messy bangs with a breath, feeling hot herself. She then watched the waitress drool all over Eric as she handed them menus. Maia made a face, but plastered on a happy grin when she saw him looking at her. They ordered. A Guinness for her and a cranberry juice for him.
“Aren’t you going to have a real drink?” she asked.
“I’m good,” he chuckled quietly. “I don’t drink alcohol.”
Oh God, she thought. Was he an alcoholic? Or a health nut? She wasn’t sure which scenario alarmed her more.
“So,” he continued. “Do you mind if I call you by your first name?”
“Don’t like being so formal with your peons?”
He stared back at her, obviously holding back a retort. His eyes flashed as if lit from behind. For the first time, she noticed all the golden specks surrounding his dark pupils. They made his eyes seem an even deeper green, like the forest after a storm. It was such an arresting effect. She had to look away for a moment.
“I hope, going forward, you’ll call me Eric,” he said in his deep voice. “Not asshole or moron.”
It was her turn to laugh. “Fine. Then you can call me Maia.”
“Thank you, Maia,” he replied, almost in a whisper.
Her vagina clenched. It actually seized. Feeling tremendous unease, Maia looked away again. He hadn’t said anything sexual or vulgar. He’d only said her name. Yet, for some reason, the way Eric Lord said it made her feel as if he was touching her, caressing her most intimate places. She adjusted the way she was sitting, and angled away from him a little.
God help her, her panties were wet.

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Book Blurb: Sweet Hell 

Dionysus, Greek god of wine and theater, is the world’s original playboy. But lately, he has been restless, moody, and he knows something is wrong. His carefree and bacchanal lifestyle is starting to feel like one long string of meaningless, sexual escapades. Even worse, he is suddenly aroused by the idea of marriage. And to top it all off, Josie Marino, the mouthy, disheveled, and eternally annoying woman who serves him coffee at the local bakery, sets him on fire.

Josie, a Toronto baker of Italian heritage, is not looking for love or lust. Especially not with Dionysus Iros, the most aggravating, demanding customer she'd ever had to serve. With his rippling muscles and sexy, knowing eyes, he's obviously trouble with a capital T. Unfortunately, he's also the star of her every X-rated dream. She’s known players like Dionysus before, and one of them almost got the better of her. Josie determines she will not fall for his considerable physical charms, come hell or high water.

But Dionysus turns strangely protective when a sinister character arrives at Josie's bakery, and they can no longer deny their unwanted feelings for one another. They are forced to embark on a bizarre, sexually-charged journey to hell itself, which threatens to either change them for the better, or destroy them.


There were usually two men Josie Marino had contact with at the ungodly hour of five in the morning. Not good contact. Certainly not sweaty, chest-heaving, “take me, take me” contact. And definitely not contact with Petter, the Norwegian male model who lived next door.
Nah. That would have been too perfect, wouldn’t it?
Instead, most mornings, Josie had to settle for haggling with her two least favorite men on the planet. Nelson Tate, the deliveryman from her most important supplier. And Dionysus Iros. Worst. Customer. Ever.
Because of the business, she just had to put up with Nelson. He’d been delivering dry goods to her family bakery for years. Had known her parents, schmoozed with her brothers, and basically enjoyed making life hell for her. Not that he was a vicious sort. He was just far too handsy for her liking.
In the case of Dionysus, he was just an early bird and a womanizer. And couldn’t function without the coffee she brewed first thing in the morning. Invariably, he was already waiting for her when she got to the bakery each day.
Oh, joy of joys.
Not that he was a horrible person either. He just intimidated her with his unearthly good looks. Men like him, not that most men came close to looking like him, rattled her. They were best kept at a distance.
Dionysus was so bloody perfect; Josie wanted to shake him to see if she could muss his seemingly unmussable hair. Most days, though, she just contented herself with a lot of grumbling in his presence. He unnerved her, with his sexy brown eyes and long, dark waves of hair any woman would die for. To say nothing of his body… No, it was best not to say anything about that smoking body at all. She couldn’t help hating him, just a little. No man should look so divine at dawn, when she felt about as put together as a cavewoman.
To makes things worse, the man acted as if he were a Greek god. His parents, in a tragic case of bad judgment, had even named him after one. It was no wonder he was so obnoxious.
On this morning, too, he was waiting at the door when she got there. Looking as if he’d just tumbled off the cover of GQ, and the birds weren’t even up yet. At least today he didn’t have a sleepy bimbo on his arm, like he often did.
“Mr. Iros,” Josie drawled, yawning, as she unlatched the bakery door. “You’re losing your touch. I haven’t seen you with a woman in, what, forty-eight hours?” She pushed ahead of him into the bakery, catching the scent of wine on him.
God, how much did the man drink? She was sure he dabbed a little bit of the stuff behind his ears, and splashed it on his face instead of aftershave.
On any other man, the strange cologne would have been a red flag. An indication he drank more than coffee in the morning. But on this man, it just smelled delicious. As if the scent were his pheromone, oozing out of every pore, inviting her to mate with him. In very dirty ways.
He chuckled, low and deep, and sauntered in after her as if he owned the place. Within seconds, he was seated at his usual spot at Josie’s counter. “Just be a good girl and fetch my coffee.” He lowered his shades and peered at her through sensuous dark eyes that should have been bloodshot at that time of the morning, but weren’t. “And don’t forget. Make it a tall, half-skinny, half-one percent, extra hot, two shots decaf, two shots regular latte with whip. And exactly…”
“I know, I know,” she interrupted. “One hundred fifty degrees. Has it ever been anything less, Your Highness?” She pasted on her sweetest of smiles and turned to prepare the elixir of the gods. She heard him huff as he flipped open the day’s newspaper.
“No need to call me that, Josie. ‘My Lord’ or ‘He From Whom All Good Things Come’ will do just fine.”
She reached for the one percent milk, and contemplated tossing in some heavy, artery-clogging cream just to soften up some of his sculpted muscles. A man with that kind of body had to be on some sort of special diet. With that brawny physique he must spend hours a day at the gym and ingest copious amounts of protein powders.
She snuck a peek at the bulges rippling under his sleeves, turning her head sharply when he grinned.
It was one thing to look like God’s gift to women. It was another thing to act like it.

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Saturday, September 22, 2012

Interview with Rosanna Leo!

Thank you, Rosanna, for joining us today for this fun interview!

Is there anything that you would like our readers to know about you or your writing?

Well, I am a married mom of two sons, aged 11 and 9. Like any other mom, I’m kept busy by them, but try hard to write during the quiet moments. As far as my writing, I think you will enjoy it if you have an appreciation for the geeky girl. I was one, you see. Braces, pimples, the whole nine yards, and still identify with that shy, awkward teenager. I’ve made her the basis of all my heroines. None of them are perfect. They all have a self-deprecating humor and may not look perfect. It’s what I like to read, and what I like to write. Geeky girls unite!

When did you know that you wanted to be a writer?

I think I’ve always known, but was a late bloomer. I began university with the intention of becoming a writer, even joined the college newspaper. However, I was distracted by another hobby, my classical singing classes. My opera teacher told me I should really try to pursue singing because I was good. I had to try. So I did that professionally for a couple of years, then started my family. I didn’t get back into writing until my eldest son was a baby. And boy, did I miss it!

Are there any books or authors who inspired you to write a book of your own?

There wasn’t really one author or book that inspired me most, but I love the romances of Kathy Love, Meg Cabot and Molly Harper. I love their blend of comedy and sex. These authors really taught me that it’s okay to be sexy and funny too! Those ladies keep me in stitiches!

How many books have you written? Which one is your favorite?

I’ve got 4 published as of today, but a 5th has just been contracted, and I’m so excited! However, I have several short stories and other novels in various stages of development. It would be impossible for me to pick a favorite. I love For the Love of a God because it was the first published. Up In Flames is special because the relationship between H/H really resonated for me. Sweet Hell was great for me because I felt such a flow writing it. It wrote itself. And I’m fond of The Selkie because it was a departure for me. I know, indecisive me! LOL.

What do you think is unique about your book? 

The sense of humor. I think when someone picks up Sweet Hell or For the Love of a God, they’ll see the sexy covers and realize they’re paranormal, and think “Ooh. Dark paranormals.” I think some people have been pleasantly surprised at how much laughter they’ve enjoyed reading Sweet Hell. I didn’t try to make it too serious, other than my black moment. My characters are flawed, so they act it!

Are any of your characters inspired by people you know in real life?

No. Even though real-life instances and issues may inspire me, I try not to base characters on folks I know. Too dangerous! I would hate for someone to get offended!

Do you have any interesting writing quirks?

Nothing too curious, but I do love working in silence…not easy to obtain with 2 young sons! LOL. I really treasure my moments alone to write. Some writers like background noise or music, but I just need dead quiet and my cat curled up next to me. J

What do you like to do when you’re not writing?

I love spending time with my family. We hike a lot, and adore travelling. Any time my husband and I can get away, we’re so happy! However, just getting away to the local conservation area can really recharge one’s batteries. It’s so nice to be in nature, away from concerns.

What advice would you give to other writers who are hoping to one day get their work published?

Always listen to your publisher. Even if you don’t agree, at least listen. Yes, we all know our works best, but it is so important to be open to constructive feedback and if you have a relationship established with your publisher, chances are, any recommendations they make might be useful. And when you’re starting out, you don’t want to look like a literary know-it-all. Ask questions. Be polite. Everyone wants you to succeed.

Do you hear from your readers much?  If so, what kinds of things do they say?

My readers have been fabulous to me! I love seeing their comments on Goodreads and Amazon and have friended some on Facebook. It is just lovely being able to talk to people who’ve read your work and appreciate it. It is entirely humbling at the same time. I think the best comment I ever had was from a woman whose husband said my book For the Love of a God was the “best $5 she ever spent” because it got them into bed!

Fun Questions:
Favorite Color: Purple
Favorite Food: Nutella…out of the jar!
Favorite Animal: I love cats of all sizes, but mostly my cat Sweetie!
Favorite Vacation Destination: Ooh, toss up between Mexico and England
Favorite Season of the Year: Fall. Can’t beat those leaves and Hallowe’en!
Favorite Book: The Narnia Chronicles by CS Lewis
Favorite Drink: Caramel martinis from my fave Mexican resort!
Favorite Genre: Paranormal romance, baby! All the way!

Rosanna Leo has her degree in history and literature, as well as in classical singing. She currently resides in Toronto, Canada. Her favorite things are her family, libraries, and her mother's gnocchi. Rosanna loves it when the geeky, awkward girl gets the hot guy, and has made it her mission to see this happen in her books as much as possible.

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Friday, September 21, 2012

Review of Rosanna Leo's Sweet Hell!

Once again Rosanna Leo had me clinging to the edge of my seat, and a cold shower is definitely in order, at least once I can collect my scattered wits again.  In her novel Sweet Hell we are reintroduced to the Greek god Dionysus, who we met in the first novel For the Love of God.  Only this time Dionysus falls victim to the same emotion that he ridiculed his cousin Eryx for, love.  Dionysus had too loved and lost, but he kept it mostly to himself.  On a random visit to see Eryx and his new wife Maia, Dionysus drops into a little Italian bakery where he comes across the messy woman named Josie. 

Josie works in the bakery that has been in her family for a number of years, trying to help her idiot brothers who seem to be running the business into the ground.  She gave up her dream to help them.  Then in walks Dionysus, a man who acts like a jerk and in a womanizer, at least in her estimation.  What she doesn’t realize is that he is a God, not that he just thinks he is one.

The two of them are drawn together, and just when it seems that they might thaw towards each other, here comes trouble.  The two of them are forced on a journey through Hades, hell itself, in order to bring a couple back together.  While Josie feels compassion for the man who forced them on this journey, Dionysus must face his demons regarding the man and his past. 

Will they survive the journey?  Will they finally admit that they love each other?  Wish I could tell you, but you need to find out for yourself.  Just remember, after reading the novel, an ice bath might be what you need to cool back down!  Happy Reading!  J

Rosanna Leo has her degree in history and literature, as well as in classical singing. She currently resides in Toronto, Canada. Her favorite things are her family, libraries, and her mother's gnocchi. Rosanna loves it when the geeky, awkward girl gets the hot guy, and has made it her mission to see this happen in her books as much as possible.

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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Review of Rosanna Leo's For the Love of God

First off let me say this about For the Love of God, Yikes, I think I need a cold shower.  Rosanna Leo has written a scorching hot erotic romance about the Greek god Eryx and a mortal woman by the name of Maia.  Now, just mentioning the words GREEK GOD should give you an idea of just how hot this guy is, and if that isn’t enough, did I mention he is the god of love? 

Eryx, who goes by the name of Eric Lord while among mortals on Earth, is not the typical lecherous Greek god of old.  He has all but sworn off of women thanks to the vengeful witch, Nemesis.  Nemesis is the goddess of vengeance and man is she pissed at Eryx.  She wanted him for herself many years ago, and when he pushed her aside, she did not take it well, especially when it was for a mortal woman.  She has sworn that he will never love another woman again, but if he does, she will die. 

Eryx saw firsthand that Nemesis meant what she said, and has been avoiding women like the plague for too many years to count.  He buries himself instead into the preservation of Greek antiquities, his way of maintaining a connection to the glory days of the Greek pantheon.  And it has worked for him for a number of years until he takes over as the director of a museum in Toronto and meets the captivating Maia.

Maia views herself as a plain Jane, and is more at home with the statues she tries to restore than most people.  When she meets Eric, she is blown away by his good looks.  But that is not the only thing that has her reeling.  He resembles the statue of Eryx that she has secretly been in love with since she was a child.  To make it worse, he looks exactly like the Eryx that comes to her in dreams and makes love to her.

Together these two embark on a journey of love and lust the likes of which are rarely seen, all with the sinister overtone of Nemesis lurking in the background!  Will they be able to stay together?  Found out when you purchase your copy of For the Love of God today!  Just be warned, you might need a cold shower afterwards!  J Happy Reading!

Rosanna Leo has her degree in history and literature, as well as in classical singing. She currently resides in Toronto, Canada. Her favorite things are her family, libraries, and her mother's gnocchi. Rosanna loves it when the geeky, awkward girl gets the hot guy, and has made it her mission to see this happen in her books as much as possible.

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