As a Cupid, Orel has plenty of experience helping other people find love, even if he's unlucky in that department. But when he ends up covering for another Cupid at a speed dating event for singles in the leadup to Valentine's Day, he dares to hope.
Can a lonely Cupid find love?
Or will he fall victim to Cupid's curse, too?
Neither Orel, who is a Cupid, nor Nihal, a Djinn believe they are destined to find love. Orel believes he is a victim of Cupid’s curse. He can help others find love, but not himself. Nihal is shy, not at all comfortable with men. During a speed-dating party, guest-hosted by Orel, the two of them talk and find they have much in common. This could be the start of something good. Short, sexy, and lots of fun! I enjoyed this entertaining Valentine from space. Oh, it turns out Cupid does not use an arrow.
I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
Irony meets destiny in this short story about a Cupid looking for love. Orel is a Jack of all trades in Eden he makes sure all the projects have what then need when they need it. He’s also a deliverer and general fix it man. He happens to be a Cupid who’s quite lonely and believes he’s cursed to never find trh love.
Nihal is a jinn, a water jinn who works in the bar Forge creating brews and new cocktails with her special talents. She’s a skeptic of the first order having seen far too many lonely desperate people trying to connect.
The two meet when a friend calls in a favor and Orel is the resident Cupid at a speed dating event. When a mishap occurs Nihal becomes focused on Orel and the two become enamored of each other.
The story of two people searching to find their passion and getting their wish in a most unexpected way. A wonderful and sweet Valentines story. A most entertaining way to pass a few hours in the Colony.
I received an ARC from the author. I voluntarily review this book. This is my honest review.