Thursday, May 27, 2021

Into The Quiet By Beth Greenburg


Book 2 of the Cupid’s Fall series draws the tormented God of Love into the unbearable quiet of a neglected marriage, a fractured friendship, and a mother’s treacherous silence.

Cupid’s punishment is far from over, and the stakes are higher than ever. When Aphrodite inflames her son’s heart for Ruthie – a sweet, vulnerable, married Worthy – Cupid’s divine duty sets him on a crash course with the matrimonial laws of mortals. And his problems don’t end there.

Seeking relief from his crushing loneliness, Cupid unwittingly damages his relationship with Pan, his best friend and lifeline. Meanwhile, high above the mortal realm, Aphrodite bargains away her own son’s freedom in a brazen scheme to impress her fiery lover.

Caught in a web of secrets and suspicion, Cupid must ignore his own shattered heart and unite Ruthie with her Right Love before it’s too late for all of them.

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Beth is a former CPA who took a sharp turn into creative writing during a midlife awakening. First experimenting with fanfiction, Beth discovered two things she loves about writing: twisting a tried-and-true story and interacting with her readers. Born and raised in Akron, Ohio, she and her husband live in a quiet suburb outside of Boston, Massachusetts, where they are occasionally visited by their daughter and grand-dog, Slim. FIRST QUIVER is her debut novel and book one of the Cupid's Fall series.

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My Thoughts...
I read The First Quiver which was the first book of the series The Cupid's Fall they can be read as stand alone but you are going to want to read them both.
The characters are so easy to love and connect with. Greenburg has really made these books fun reads.
I gave Into the Quiet 4 stars and I recommend it.
The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.


  1. I have the first one but I still need to read it.

  2. Stop sharing all the good books. I'm almost broke.

  3. Thanks for the terrific reviews on both books! I'm so delighted you're having fun with them... that's what they're here for!