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    I love these reimaging stories

    Ares’ Temptation is a lot of fun – I really enjoyed the idea of gods in our world, especially one who is without his powers. My only complaint is that it didn’t seem like enough time was spent having Ares learn from his time being powerless. He does and we see it to a certain degree but I think maybe there was a chance to delve a little deeper into that. Buuuut, what I got I enjoyed. I liked seeing his interactions with Kaye. She’s funny and spunky and a good foil for him. He’s sexy and hunky and a little lost which is also fun. It isn’t a huge fish out of water story, just some touches, mostly because Ares is too proud to show it too much. And the time he spent with Kaye’s family does teach him a thing or two about patience and forgiveness. There is also a bit of a battle at the end, adding just that touch of danger and suspense to the story and showing off Ares’ new attitude. I love these reimaging stories – taking well known (and sometimes even lesser known) fictional characters and giving them something new. Dionne does a good job here and I’m thinking that it might be fun to see what she can do with Ares’ brothers and sisters. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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    Ares' Temptation

    Ares has been cursed by a powerful witch and mortal Kaye Underhill has been caught in the middle. To break the curse Ares must get Kaye to fall in love with him but making love instead of war presents a whole new set of problems in this delightful paranormal romance. Kaye is the only mortal at the wedding among scantily dressed nymphs and fickle satyrs and even worse – dateless and then she finds herself seated next to the God of War, Ares and the reader can’t help but get drawn into the fireworks that follow as Ares actions have caught the attention of a powerful witch set on revenge and Kaye is the mortal who will pay the price. The strong compelling characters leap from the pages with vibrant intensity and the fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps anticipation building throughout with suspense and romance. Kaye’s and Are’s worlds may have been turned around by the curse but the attraction between grows steadily stronger the longer they are together. Expectation of just what will happen between Kaye and Ares keeps readers on the edge as they wait to discover the result of the curse and just where the relationship is headed. The well written scenes and details capture the imagination while the well orchestrated events ensure that they continue to turn the pages to the very end and the reader’s hearts are captured by the emotional impact of the curse which clutches Ares and Kaye in its grasp. I was completely fascinated from the very beginning with these bewitching characters and the intriguing plot full of interesting elements and surprising twists. The story is connected to Pan’s Conquest (it is Pan & Syrinx’s wedding) but you do not have to read it to enjoy this one and I am hoping there will more books in this world – hint: I would love to read Apollo’s story. 4 ½ STARS
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    Great Read

    I loved this book and it had to do with the heroine Kaye. She's a lovable relatable character. Ares comes off as a gruff no time for mortals kind of guy, but thanks to a curse he now has to make time for a certain mortal. Ares needs to learn from his ways because he's going down a destructive path being the God of war. The more time he's forced to be with Kaye the more he wants to be with Kaye. Kaye brings out a side of Ares he never knew he had.

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