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Monday, January 9, 2006

Fatal Attraction: Aphrodite's Tale (The Goddesses #2) by Alicia Fields

Aphrodite has always been trouble. She's way too beautiful and can't resist romance-whatever the consequences. Plus, she's convinced the gorgeous Helen to elope with Paris-which has started the Trojan War.

Most people think Aphrodite should marry someone who can control her-the artistic Hephaestus would make a steady husband. But it's hot-headed, quarrelsome Ares that Aphrodite loves-and he's rushed off to the Trojan War, leaving Aphrodite with a series of troublesome lovers. What man or mortal could contend with a goddess who loves so many and causes so much trouble-and is she beautiful enough to die for?


This is the second book in The Goddesses series. Aphrodite, the goddess of love. Basically, she's a little slut. She sleeps around with all the handsome men. She truly loves Ares though, who loves to fight and is just itching for a war.

What kind of bummed me out about this book, is tells how Aphrodite is getting older, but she is still beautiful. I don't want to think of the goddess of love old and with corns. Just something I can't comprehend. I give it a C-.

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