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A Touch of Greek by Tina Folsom
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Dec 28, 2011

really liked it
Read in December, 2011

I liked the concept of this series, where we start with Triton, the minor Greek God, son of Posiden. He has been a bad boy and is punished by Zeus. Triton must get a mortal women to fall in love his kindess not his good looks. He meets Sophia who wants nothing to do with a pretty boy and Triton can't think of anyone else he would rather make fall in love with him. He is so irritated that she shuns him. I have read this type of tale over and over again with different series and yet it is not old in this one. I rather enjoyed the way Sophia struggles against his charm and how determined Triton is to not to admit his own feelings for Spohia. Before this book was over I was desperate to find out if Dionysus gets his own book. Once you meet him you will realize why. And yes he is book two. Yeah. I will continue to follow this series. It is fun and sultry and wonderful combination.

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