Cupid's Kissby Karen Harbaugh
Now approaching her 20th year, an enchanting young woman had been courted by many gentlemen, but accepted none--much to her mother's chagrin. For the girl, no suitors were able to fulfill the longing in her heart, a longing sparked by her friendship with a notorious society rogue, who was entangled in his own romantic matters. But the girl will discover that love can come in unexpected forms, and that even a rogue can be rendered helpless by its power.
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Ever since reading Cupid's Kiss I have searched for more books by Karen. The story between Harry and Psyche was well written and the added substory between Diana and Lord Eldon was just as good if not better. It was romantic without being trashy.
I loved Psyche and Harry in the second book. Their friendship and adventures were entertaining and hilarious. However, it seemd like a lot of the book was just descibing their kissing, etc (humph). If I want that I could read some trashy romance. I expected better. Their relationship seems to degenerate a little, and some of the sparkle goes out of it. I do not like the idea of reincarnation and found it offensive. Diana was interesting, but again something, I don't know what, seemed wrong. Harry has to find his wife and he wants it to be Pyshce. Fine, have it be all right to marry Pysche. It would have made a great story and wouldn't have been troubling. Why butcher the Pyshe and Harry relationship that is lovable.
In this fantastical tale, Cupid, known to all as the god of love. Doesn't recognize when love finds him. This book, like others in it's series show that Cupid isn't the perfect god of love but can make mistakes that lead it hilarious results. With the help of his friend Pysche, he normally manages to get himself out of them. I loved this book it was out of the ordinary from the normal Regency. You'll wish you knew the love-god yourself.