Tall, Dark, and Divine
Annie Landon has given up on finding Mr. Right, and has gone out looking for Mr. Tonight instead. A conversation overheard in the bathroom of Dionysus’s Bar about a jilted and lonely "Greek god" in need of a quick pick-me-up sounds like just what she’s looking for. But picking up the god of love... show more
Annie Landon has given up on finding Mr. Right, and has gone out looking for Mr. Tonight instead. A conversation overheard in the bathroom of Dionysus’s Bar about a jilted and lonely "Greek god" in need of a quick pick-me-up sounds like just what she’s looking for. But picking up the god of love for a one-night stand is easier said than done--especially when he's sworn off mortals forever. Eros has been down and out since his ex-wife left him, and falling for another mortal woman is the last thing he needs. Which means a maddening desire for the woman across the street is not in the cards. Thus begins his quest to find a match made in heaven for Annie. It's the perfect plan ... if only Eros can bear to let the girl of his dreams go. Can a woman looking for love, and a matchmaking god who wants her to find it—with someone else—have a shot at a happy ending, or will Eros's golden arrows miss their mark, for once?
Publish date: July 20th 2012
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Pages no: 291
Edition language: English
Series: Bagging a Greek God (#1)
Eros, the Greek god of love, swore off the useless emotion after his ex ran off with some Viking godling. He's lost all interest in his matchmaking business, Made in Heaven, until he spots the sweet baker who works across the street. Before she stirs his sullen heart, he'll match her and get back to...
Rating: 2.5 out of 5. Heartbroken after his wife left him, Eros the God of love takes refuge in alcohol and ambrosia. His matchmaking business isn't doing so well. Human divorce is on the rise. Until one day his employees browbeat him into a night out at his friend's club. There, he meets Annie,...
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4.5 starsI knew this would be a good book, I just didn't expect it to be as funny as it was. Eros was dumped by the love of his life. The thing is, the love of his life wasn't necessarily the "love of his life". Why? He hurt himself with one of his arrows and the first woman he laid eyes on was his ...
Tall, Dark and Divine was a little like reading two books in one. The first half was pretty good, funny, interesting and unique. The second half, unfortunately, just didn't quite hold up.Annie leads a bit of a ho-hum life. She's slightly insecure about her weight but is determined not to let it in...