The God of War is about to discover love…
At the wedding of two Greek gods, Kaye Underhill is the only mortal in a sea of scantily clad nymphs and fickle satyrs. And worse – she’s dateless. The only bright side is the hot, muscled hunkiness of the God of War, who’s seated next to her. But there’s no way Kaye could ever grab a god’s attention… Is there?
Ares is in big trouble. A vengeful witch curses him, and the first person he touches will steal his strengths, while he receives their weaknesses. When Kaye trips, Ares catches her and poof! His powers disappear, and Kaye suddenly has the strength and coordination of a Greek god. To break the curse and regain his powers, Ares must get Kaye to fall in love with him.
But for the god who makes war, making love presents a whole new set of problems…
Ares is an arrogant son of a gun. He, however has pissed off the wrong witch. Enter Kaye, an accident prone mortal in the middle of otherworldly beings. Once Ares is cursed, Ares’ Temptation is a riot. Lucky for Ares that Kaye is willing to use him. Especially since he can’t admit what happened or he’d never regain his powers.
An amusing romp with plenty of eccentric characters, I read until it ended and wished for more. I’d like to say that Ares’ became humble, but, well, he is a god. Kaye does just what Ares’ does and doesn’t want her to do. She falls in love.
Hecate makes an amusing antagonist in this tale. She only wanted to get payback for her brother’s death at Ares’ hands. The ensuing hilarity is something beyond Ares’ and Kaye’s ability to control.
The mix of humor and romance makes for an enjoyable chuckle as you turn each page. Ares’ Temptation is definitely worth the time to read.