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4.0 out of 5 stars A FUN AND SEXY FANTASY ROMANCE, 18 Jun. 2013
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This review is from: Suddenly Beautiful (Entangled Covet) (Kindle Edition)
Nikki Triano has worked for Toraos Stephanos for six years as his personal assistant. For almost all of that time she has been in love with him. But he is oblivious. He is a workaholic he lives and breathes for the cosmetics company his mother owns.
What Nikki doesn't know is that Tor is a Demi-god, the son of Aphrodite. He also knows that Nikki is a Demi-godess the daughter of Ares god of war. But Nikki has no idea about any of this. Mostly because she has not come into her powers yet.

Women love Tor, in particular another employee from the legal department. But so far Tor is resistant to her charms. But then she doses his wine with Ambrosia hoping to get him into bed. But instead of bedding her, it's Nikki that gets lucky. Nikki can hardly believe that after all this timeTor is actually seducing her. They spend an explosive night together. Nikki wonders what will happen the next day at the office, she soon has her answer. Nothing, Tor doesn't even remember. As far as Nikki is concerned this means war.

I really enjoyed this story, it's lighthearted and very romantic with plenty of humour. The characters are well written, and the story flows nicely. This is an ideal holiday read.
ARC courtesy of Entangled Publishing and NetGalley
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4.0 out of 5 stars A very light-hearted yet fun read, 20 May 2014
This review is from: Suddenly Beautiful (Entangled Covet) (Kindle Edition)
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Apparently all you need is a demigod to have secret desires for you along with some Ambrosia and you get an almost instant relationship and a marriage proposal.

The ending is definitely and ending that would only happen in your fantasies, and it is definitely a short time from first kiss to marriage proposal, but its still a decent light read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars good, 6 May 2014
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I really liked this story and can't wait to read the next one. It a good story with good characters
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4.0 out of 5 stars A good read, 25 Mar. 2014
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I didn't quite know what to expect from this book but found it a good, enjoyable and racey read. What's more, it was amusing, too!
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4.0 out of 5 stars gods and goddesses, demi gods and demi godesses, escape into a fantasy romance for a while., 14 Jun. 2013
This review is from: Suddenly Beautiful (Entangled Covet) (Kindle Edition)
Suddenly Beautiful Boone Brux.

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Romance with a fantasy element - I just love the escapism that brings and Boone certainly lets the book take over from the troubles of the real world for a while. Its a great storyline, gods and goddesses, demi gods and demi goddesses living and working in the human world. Tor is a demi god - not just in looks and manner but in real life (well real fantasy life anyway!) and he's been Nikki's boss and the subject of her unrequited crush for six years. She is content to love him from afar thinking she wouldn't stand a chance until... the newest employee comes in and makes it clear she's more than available. Tor knows Demetria is a demigoddess and thus having been subject of their ire in the past he's not interested, but Nikki knows nothing of that world so she quietly steams. Demetria sees a rival in Nikki and takes every opportunity to belittle her.
Then when celebrating a new account that's been won Nikki gets flirty with Creed, the new guy who makes it very clear he finds her attractive. Tor doesn't know the wine he's been drinking is Ambrosia, courtesy of Demetria whose hoping to benefit from its effects of lust on the imbiber. Too bad Tor isn't playing with her, but consumed with unusual jealousy, takes Nikki to his apartment citing a work issue and then... well steam flowed from my kindle with some smoking hot sex...
Next morning though Tor thinks he's just had erotic dreams and acts as if nothing has happened. The story continues with interactions between him and Nikki, Creed and the ever persistent Demetria. Nikki discovers things about herself she didn't know and decides she isn't giving in lightly. Creed plays his part too and the action is on.

Its a fun read, some gentle humour, involvement of well known Gods and Goddesses cut to fit the story and a HEA romance. Its peopled with characters who feel genuine, Tor is a great boss and hot male, Nikki just a lovely, genuine girl, Demetria the Queen Bitch every good romance needs. Its one step forward and two back in Nikki's quest for Tor to admit he loves her, there's a heartbreaking moment courtesy of Demetria's talent for manipulation of facts and misunderstandings that was fleeting, and I think could have lasted longer and would have enriched the story, lifted it from a sweet romance to that bit extra, but that's my opinion and I'm a reader not a writer - probably for good reason :) I just like to make the most of the angst in a romance, must have masochistic tendencies I guess...
Anyway if you're looking for a good romance, an escape into a fantasy for a while this is your book. Sadly for me its too light for more than a one off read, and not one for my keepers file but then lots of readers never re read books anyway. Something I find odd, I love to re read favourites. Still - one man's meat and all that...
Its well written and edited and at £2.36 for what seems to be around 160-200 pages ( I don't have page info, I'm guessing from reading time) is good value.

Stars: an enjoyable read but not deep enough for me for a five star its a good four though.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun & Lighthearted!, 11 Jun. 2013
This review is from: Suddenly Beautiful (Entangled Covet) (Kindle Edition)
I was quickly drawn into this book and couldn't put it down, the tears were rolling down my cheeks at one point, I was laughing so hard.

Nikki has been pining after her boss for years but he is so absorbed in his work that she's not even sure he knows she's a girl! Nikki's new colleague has made it her mission to seduce the boss and it definitely brings out the green eyed monster in Nikki - with hilarious results. Nikki gets a taste of heaven due to Demi's meddling only to have it taken from her just as quickly, can she convince Tor to give them a try? When her family secrets start coming to light it affects every aspect of her life.

A thoroughly enjoyable light-hearted tale full of humour, romance and sexy Demigods - a winning combination for sure! A perfect read for lazing on the beach or curling up on the couch.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a God!, 10 Jun. 2013
This review is from: Suddenly Beautiful (Entangled Covet) (Kindle Edition)
If ever there was a God walking our streets, I would want it to be Toraos Stephanos....Oh My!! and as for his assistant Nikki, well, does us girls proud. Nothing like a little perseverance to get your man. Excellent book and a highly recommended read...

Another excellent book from Boone Brux, well done
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