When a single arrow inspires romance, can you really trust happy endings?
I wouldn't say I'm anti-love exactly, but really, the whole idea of a happily-ever-after makes no sense. I'm the black sheep of the Eros family, the embarrassing hidden family secret, affectionately called the World's Worst Cupid by my siblings, and I'm actually pretty fine with that.
But when a family crisis requires me to fill in at the local Cupid-for-hire shop, I can't say no. Particularly when the gig comes with a gorgeous mentor named Jake Sanders who holds the top spot on my "I wouldn't throw you out of bed for eating crackers" dating list. Now, I'm questioning my whole stance on love and friendship…which is a huge bummer because my enchantments are suddenly going terribly wrong. I'm definitely going to need some hands-on help from Jake if I want to unravel the conspiracy that's threatening the very essence of Love itself.
"'Percy Jackson for Romance fans.' Delightful."—RT Book Reviews Forewords
Heger (Semi-Scripted) opens the Let's Get Mythical paranormal romance series with a delightful romp through Greek myth and lore as seen through the eyes of a young, insecure, and accident-prone Cupid, Eliza. As her 29th birthday rolls around, Eliza finds herself in Green Lea, Calif., once again out of work, out of prospects, and completely out of step with her family of Cupids. When her father has a heart attack and Eliza finds out that the family business is in dire straits, she has to put on her (metaphorical) big girl wings and help. This requires getting the Cupid license she failed to get years ago, and then finding a mentor outside the family. Naturally, the only mentor available is Jake, her childhood best friend and unrequited crush. Filled with comical happenstance, a hint of mystery, and chapters of groanworthy antics, this promises to be an opus for those who love (and love to hate) love.)