Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Quite the Pair By Beth Greenberg


It's Pan's turn for love, and everyone's in for a wild ride – especially his smitten best friend Cupid, who is duty-bound to find Pan’s perfect match.

For 2,000 years, Cupid believes his best friend dead, but when the gods banish Cupid from Mount Olympus, he discovers Pan alive and well in Tarra, Indiana. Joyfully reunited, the two revive the camaraderie of their youth, but tensions mount when Aphrodite sets Cupid’s heart signal on Pan.

Failure to fulfill his divine duty will doom Cupid to suffer yet another tragic love, but to succeed, he must risk losing everyone he holds dear.

Book 3 of the Cupid’s Fall series puts Cupid's epic friendship with Pan to the ultimate test – Love. 

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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.

BOOK GROUPS: For Discussion Guide, author appearances, or to FEATURE YOUR BOOK GROUP on my site, visit www.bethcgreenberg.com/book-groups/

NO PRIOR KNOWLEDGE of mythology needed, but if you'd like a free, full-color downloadable guide to the gods of Cupid's Fall, follow this link: https://bethcgreenberg.com/mythology-guide/ 

My Thoughts...                                                                                                                       I'm going to be very honest. I have read all three books in the Cupid's Fall series and I really enjoyed the first two and I recommend them all the time when someone is looking for a new author. But this one fell flat for me it was my least favorite of the three.                                                                                                                            I could not connect with the characters or their way of thinking. This was just one persons opinion. I would love to hear your thoughts after you read this series.             The Mary Reader received this book from the publisher for review. A favorable review was not required and all views expressed are our own.