I fell in love with the city’s cruelest billionaire. He broke my heart.
That’s the awful truth at the heart of our story. I fell for him, and he let me go.
The nightmare I tried to run from chased me down and caught me in its clutches.
Now my survival rests in the hands of that beautiful monster.
I don’t mean anything to him.
But he means everything to me.
Sweeter Than Sin is the second in an intense new trilogy from USA Today bestselling author Amelia Wilde. Richer Than God must be read first. The series is complete…binge now!
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In Richer than God, I really couldn’t pin down how I felt about Zeus. He was such a jerk and my feelings flip flopped on him. Now I can see the reason behind why he is the way he is. He’s still a jerk but you can see his softer side. There is more to him than meets the eye. I can’t wait to see what’s next.
This is the second book in the series. The storyline is getting better and better between Zeus and Brit. The chemistry is WOW!! How they try to ignore their feelings for each other. Zeus try’s to present himself a certain way. But is that the real Zeus? Who is going after them? I can’t wait to read the final book.
Oh My Gods!!!
This is a continuation of Zeus and Brigit’s story. It starts where Richer Than God left off and me seeing Zeus as the biggest a****** in the world. Brigit has been kidnapped and I have been waiting to see what happened. Now that I have read this, my mind is left spinning again. Amelia has me loving these updated stories of the Greek Gods. I am left wanting more and more and am always on the edge of my seat wondering what is going to happen next. The anticipation builds more and more while reading each book. You get to see a little more of who Zeus is and about what happened during his childhood. I loved seeing another certain God that I absolutely love. If you haven’t read the beginning of Zeus and Brigt’s story, grab Richer Than God and dive right in. I really need the next part of this story to see what happened.
“It is a mistake to want me. It will always be a mistake to want me.”