Tuesday, March 13, 2012

No Greater Love

Title: No Greater Love
Author: Andi Anderson
Publisher: Silver Publishing
ISBN: 9781920501631
Genre: {M/M} Fantasy, Series
Rating: 4 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx   

What started as a disastrous fortieth birthday ended up being  the beginning of a  happy life for Keith Seeley. Sitting in a dark corner of the bar his friends insisted on visiting, Keith is drawn to the attractive man surrounded by admirers. However, Keith is surprised when the attractive man comes over to Keith’s table and introducing himself as Eros.  

No Greater Love is the first book in the Sons of Aphrodite series. Eros, also known as Cupid, has spent centuries dispersing his magic of love to lonely couples, only to have never experienced true love himself. Eros knew Keith was his soul mate when he could read Keith’s thoughts. Eros is further convinced when he and Keith began to mind speak. Being the smallest male in the family, Eros has two very protective brothers. The immortal characters are amusing with good interaction between them. Keith is a mere mortal, awe-struck to discover Eros truly loves him.  

Andi Anderson’s No Greater Love is an impressive romantic plot that borders on being labeled sweet. I was reminded of the genteel era when hand-kissing was a socially correct form of greeting. Nevertheless, towards the end of the storyline the intimacy progressed beyond the petting stage into a fully physical expression of love. No Greater Love is a humorous and especially enjoyable saga.     

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