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GODS OF LOVE (VOLUME 1) is an erotic collection of the first three stand-alone novellas in the GODS OF LOVE series, in which even the Greek gods themselves are not immune to the influence of mortal love. Read these sexy stories in any order!
A night of ménage a trois passion will change three lives forever. Jeannie and Jake’s platinum anniversary becomes an unforgettable experience when Pothos, god of sexual yearning, steps in to save their twenty-year marriage.
A god of sexual desire on the edge of burnout meets a woman with a unique and secret past…In the arms of transsexual woman Gina, has Himeros finally discovered the one with whom even a god of love could find fulfillment?
SEX CLUB SECRETS
Ella and her bisexual friend Kade meet the erotic god Anteros in a celebrated sex club—but the challenges facing these potential friends-to-lovers could prove too much for the god of requited and unrequited love.
This book contains Adult content including menage a trois sex, voyeurism, oral sex and anal play and is suitable only for mature readers 18+.
The three novellas in this series bundle – PLATINUM PASSION, APHRODITE CALLING and SEX CLUB SECRETS – were previously published as single novellas in digital format. Each of these stories is still available as an individual eBook title.
To read an Adults-only sexy excerpt from:
- DEMON OF ENVY, please CLICK HERE.
- IMMORTAL SEDUCTION, please CLICK HERE.
- SEX CLUB SECRETS, please CLICK HERE.
- APHRODITE CALLING, please CLICK HERE.
- PLATINUM PASSION, please CLICK HERE.
About the erotes
Yes, the novellas in this series can be read in any order, so if you want to pick and choose out of order, please do!
So, who are the erotes?
In Greek mythology there are many versions from which to pick and choose, and researching the erotes was no exception. The most popular belief seems to be that the erotes were a group of winged gods who were the children of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love and sexuality who was born from the foam of the sea. The Greek god Eros was either their father or one of their brothers.
Another belief, and the one that resonates best with me, is that the erotes were in fact different aspects of the primal god, Eros. Erotes is the plural of eros (desire), and I am fascinated by the idea that love is so complex it must be personified across several beings.
While the erotic author in me applauds the idea of the greatness of Eros, I also love the idea that his power, and therefore that of the erotes, stems primarily from a woman—the Olympian goddess Aphrodite (sometimes called Venus in Roman mythology).
Thus the concept of the GODS OF LOVE series was born—stand-alone novellas that can be read in any order, but that also share a common theme.