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Three people. One erotic fantasy. And a twentieth wedding anniversary like no other.
Jeannie yearns for the return of passion in her marriage. Jake craves new excitement in the form of another man. Pothos is one of the erotes, an aspect of Eros, the ancient Greek god of love, and this couple’s distinctive yearning has called to him. By the power of the erotes he intends to rekindle the flame of Jake and Jeannie’s passion in a night of desire that will be the ultimate platinum anniversary gift. And when the gods of love decide your marriage needs a boost, they never do it by halves.
Contains ménage (MFM and MMF) sex between the god of desire and a long-married couple in need of a sexual spark.
PLATINUM PASSION is the first novella in the GODS OF LOVE series. Each of these stories is stand-alone with a common theme. The series can be read in any order.
Reviews for PLATINUM PASSION
“PLATINUM PASSION brought romance, love, passion, and the mysticism of the gods all together in a seriously sexy way…a quick, steamy read that was as interesting as it was sexy. This is my first read by Jennifer Lynne, but it won’t be my last.” REVIEWER’S TOP PICK at The Romance Reviews
“This book was on fire…just the right amount of love, passion and eroticism to make this a smokin’ hot read and a MUST add to your TBR list.” Hesperia Loves Books
“A Must Read…It comes from a very real, raw, honest place. Yet she also had a way of painting a picture with words that made me feel like I was getting more bang for my buck.” The TBR Pile
“a delightful, romantic tale. Jeannie and Jake are appealing characters and Pothos is definitely all one could ask for in a god of love…a good read and I look forward to more.” Just Erotic Romance Reviews (JERR)
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About the erotes
PLATINUM PASSION is the first in my series of stand-alone novellas with the erotes as a common theme. Yes, they can be read in any order!
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.
Aphrodite’s influence will be evident throughout the GODS OF LOVE series. In PLATINUM PASSION, my celebration of the ancient Greek gods of love begins with my gorgeous hero Pothos, who represents the aspect of sexual yearning.