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Poseidon's Catch - Mythology Romance 

From: Poseidon's Catch has been re-released with a new cover.

Heat Rating: Four Flames

Review:

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BLURB:

Sexy Poseidon aches for eternal love.

Mila would be content to taste love

once however fleeting.

When Poseidon meets Mila, a passion

ignites in him that he's never known

but she is burdened by a secret.

Can Poseidon save the woman he

loves before the sands of time run out?

EXCERPT:

"I want to hear what Aphrodite suggests"

Her smile broadened. “For starters, the beard has to go. It makes you look old.” She tousled his hair. “That wavy black mane of yours could use a trim. Oh, those gorgeous cerulean eyes are perfect. Maybe some sunglasses to play a sexy game of peek and boo.”

The two gods followed the goddess of love, as they went down two corridors and into her throne room. A mirror on a marble table stood off to one side. The three gazed into it at once.

“Now to find the perfect place where Poseidon can fall in love.” Paris lit up then faded. Numerous romantic locations displayed their glory in Aphrodite’s mirror. Finally it was down to two: The French Rivera and Cancun.”

A frenzy of almost nude dancing bodies filled their view. “Cancun is having a bacchanal?” Poseidon stared wide-eyed at the wet barely clad beauties.

Apollo drooled. “This one. Posei, pick this one. I’ll go with you.”

The view kept changing. In a sea of faces, Poseidon saw one small delicate face. Then she was gone, lost in an ocean of sprawling, celebrating, feasting humanity.

Aphrodite giggled. “Cancun it is then.”

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