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Tricks and Treats from Olympus - Modern Day Olympians #2 - cover

Tricks and Treats from Olympus - Modern Day Olympians #2

Livvy Ward

Publisher: RoseLark Publishing

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Summary

It's Halloween, Kaitlin's got a work party. A costume party. She's even gone all out and dressed up as Psyche to please her boyfriend and literal Greek God, Eros.  Too bad he can't even bother to show up. 
Eros has to work. Even in this modern age, a god's work is never done, and his is causing compatible mortals to hook up.  It's a living. He just wishes he could skip the whole-reason-for-being and have some Halloween fun with his girlfriend, Kaitlin. 
But when work and pleasure collide, sparks will fly in this steamy sequel to A Match Made in Olympus!

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