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Crazy Cupid Love (Let's Get Mythical #1) by Amanda Heger

 A fun, whimsical, and charming story with a touch of Greek mythology. What is not to love?

Blurb:

Eliza Herman has spent years avoiding her calling as a Descendant of Eros. After all, happily-ever-afters are a myth. But when a family crisis requires her to fill in at her family's Cupid-for-hire shop, Eliza finds herself enchanting couples under the watchful eye of her mentor, Jake Sanders.

After Eliza accidentally enchants Jake instead, they set rules to keep his arrow-struck desire at bay. But some rules are meant to be broken, and before long Eliza is rethinking her stance on true love...until they discover a conspiracy that could destroy thousands of relationships--including their own.

The Review: 4.5 Stars

I love paranormal romance, and lately, paranormal romance with a dash of humour has been making me happy and hitting the right spot!

This whimsical read had me laughing at all the right places. It was an easy and fast read that will entertain both paranormal romance readers and romcom readers alike.

Eliza is a walking disaster and you can't help but love the girl. She struggles to find her way in life, to control her powers, and to form relationships. 

Jake is the guy she had crush for forever and that has been roped in to help her practice magic without much going wrong. He was easy to love and the short paragraphs from his point of view helped into keeping things interesting.

If you are looking for a very light hearted romance book with a side of magic and mythology this is the book for you!


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