Monday, August 30, 2010

Review: Believing is Seeing by Corinne Davies

Believing is Seeing by Corinne Davies

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Fantasy Romance

Heat Rating: 2



When Amy Bitonu returned to her hometown, she had no idea how much her love life was about to change.

She had given up on ever finding the right man, and she never imagined the two Greek gods from her dreams would turn out to be real. To top it off, they claim she's their long lost goddess.

Long ago, Hypnos and Thanatos were unable to protect their goddess from destruction. Now that they've found her in modern times, they hope to rekindle their love and unite their powers once again, but Amy has no memory of them. Worse, she doesn't believe their story.

In order to have the men of her dreams, Amy will have to believe the impossible.

Yadkny’s Review

From leaving an abusive relationship with her ex-boyfriend to recently dealing with her grandmother's death, Amy's life has been an unhappy one. She turns to her best friend, Deedee to help get her life back on track. Deedee sets Amy up with roommates, but they are two of the most gorgeous men she has ever seen. Learning about the Greek god's from her grandmother, Amy never thought she'd actually get the chance to meet one... or two.

Hypnos and Thanatos are the Greek god's of sleep and death respectively, as well as lovers. They wanted to share their love and bed with the goddess of relaxation, Pasithea, but after making the mistake of angering Zeus, they believed they had lost her forever. They find her a millennia later grieving and in need of what only they can provide. The problem is she's human now and doesn't remember them. The mission is on to not only convince her that they love her and that being together will make her happy, but also that they are actually Greek gods.

Throw together two gorgeous Greek gods and a somewhat reincarnated, humanized Greek goddess and you have one sexy romp between worlds. The mythology added to the story was very well written and easy to understand. The sex scenes are definitely out of this world. There were some parts that dragged a little bit for me when we are in the mind of Amy, but overall it was an enjoyable read. Of course I would love to read more about these incredible characters, but I really felt that the ending was very well rounded. The surprise at the end left me feeling excited for the threesome and curious as to what Deedee, better known as Aphrodite, is up to with Zeus on a leash. Mythology buffs out there should definitely give Corinne Davies a try.

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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