Dying for the love of your life…
Evelyn Bowden thought her story was over. Little did she realize, it had just begun.
The heavens made her a Cupid– a supernatural with the rarest ability. One that allows her to pierce both mortals and immortals with arrows possessing everlasting love. But Evelyn soon discovers Cupids fight a battle in a long fought war.
A duty to protect the purest form of love…
As Evelyn embarks on her first mission, helping a Gargoyle find his true love, she is exposed to the blurred battle lines between light and darkness. While an unknown threat proves it’s willing to do anything to get their hands on Evelyn and her arrows, the heavens send Andel Lambros to help protect her. She finds herself at risk of being distracted by her former mentor, Andel, a stunning Cupid with dimples hard to ignore.
Missing her mark could lead to a supernatural war…
Having no idea how powerful she is, Evelyn is forced to put everything on the line as she balances the fate of the world on the tip of her arrow. But will love conquer all as once she hits her mark, or will all be lost in the end?
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Falling in love is rarely easy, but the first book in the Cupid Chronicles shows that the twists and trials can be even more numerous and challenging for those who's job it is to help others fall in love. Evelyn, officially paired as a team with her mentor Andel by the Elders now that Evelyn is a full Cupid (I recommend reading her novella before this book!), is given her first case. However, not only does she have to play matchmaker with her charges as well as help Andel with his, but she's also still grieving moving on from her significant other (whom she had to let go in the novella), and simultaneously handle all the confrontations that arise as a result of the supernatural community's curiosity (both in the stare-at-her, and in the make-deals-with/ransom/kidnap kind of ways) of her arrows' possibly unique ability to pierce supernaturals' hearts. Although this makes for an eventful book, I found all these overlapping, though seemingly unrelated, plotlines to be very confusing. The cliffhanger too appears very suddenly and left me reeling, right at the moment when I was most lost. The banter between Evelyn, Andel and their new friends, Evelyn's funny quirks, the budding romances, and the danger are all intriguing, and I'll likely read book 2 when it releases, but I hope that the author manages to clear up and/or intertwine all of the various conflicts from this novel.