So I received a copy of this book from Natalia Jaster, the author, and she made it the cutest little package. She had bookmarks to go in with it (that I am totally taking advantage of) and had string tied around the book and I said ‘awh’ for about five minutes. It was adorable. If I wasn’t so frantic with moving I would have stopped and taken a picture of it. I sincerely regret not taking a picture.
Not to mention that the cover of this book is so cute. The story is as cute as the cover looks as well. Grant it, there is some adult content in the book (it is about Eros, so I’m not sure what else you would expect).
So Love goes around and shoots arrows at people to help them find, er, ‘love’. She has a lot of human interaction without actually interacting with people. Basically she is like a bubble person except her whole purpose for living is to help those people who don’t even know she exist.
It’s as sad as it sounds.
Then a mortal boy locks eyes with her. Literally he sees her. That’s bad news. When a mortal can see a god, that means that they are basically pure at heart and they will set a chain on killing on the mortals. But what if things aren’t what they seem?
This was a very pleasant read. It has some mythology in it and some fun. It was written for young than what the content calls for, but I still enjoyed it nevertheless. I would read something else by Natalia Jaster. She seems really passionate about what she is doing and I bet she has a lot more stories to tell.