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on 25 September 2013
IMMORTAL SEDUCTION is the fourth novella in Jennifer Lynne's Gods of Love series focusing on the Erotes and the goddess Aphrodite. Immortal Seduction is Aphrodite's story and one that contains a four-way (MFMM). The God's of Love series is intended for adult readers and not recommended for anyone under the age of eighteen.

Jennifer Lynne has brought together a storyline whereby three friends must learn to let go of the past-one that is mired in pain, guilt and the realization that life goes on when others have died.

Enter the goddess of love-Aphrodite-a woman who is missing something or someone from her life and with the help of her three sons, Aphrodite will discover that the what or who she was missing are three human friends who have suffered together with the guilt over the death of a friend and fellow firefighter.

Jennifer blends the Ancient Greek gods with a contemporary storyline whereby the gods are unprepared for the love and emotional pull of the humans that have stolen their hearts and their souls. Each story focuses on one of the sons of Aphrodite and Aphrodite herself, and each story will see a resolution to a loneliness that had been buried deep behind emotions and power of lust, love and sin for both the gods and the humans they love.

Gods of Love is an amazing series that addresses many issues including transgendered individuals to loneliness and pain. Jennifer pulls the reader into the storylines where we can feel the emotional turmoil that each of her characters brings to the pages of her series.

Reading Order
1. Platinum Passion
2. Aphrodite Calling
3. Sex Club Secrets
4. Immortal Seduction
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on 13 September 2013
Jennifer Lynne has written a well-rounded erotic ménage romance novella. This story has a damaged fire-fighter hero, well, 3 damaged fire-fighter heroes actually.

But it is Ashur's torture and pain that pulls you in from the first few pages of the story and it is him that our heroine, Aphrodite, and the other two, Hugh and Kier have to seduce before they can all heal from the trauma they experienced and have a happy ending.

What surprised and warmed my heart most, outside of the intensely emotional story, was that Aphrodite herself was also in emotional pain. It made it easy for me to connect with her as a character because she truly understood what the men were going through.

Overall, this is an awesome erotic read with a ménage a quartre storyline that actually worked for me.
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on 1 October 2013
The fourth book in the Gods of Love series is a fast, sexy and heartfelt read.

Aphrodite's sons set out to help their mother rediscover love and they set her up with three men that need help with their emotional turmoil as well.

The author conveys the emotions of all the characters with a precision that leaves the reader able to completely relate to them. This unique twist on the Greek Gods is well written and inspires the imagination to look beyond the surface.

The sex scenes are well written and tastefully done while still being hot, steamy very naughty. The plot flows smoothly through this emotional rediscovery through passion by all the characters. I haven't read the other novellas in this series yet, but I will definitely be reading them now.
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on 27 August 2013
A hot & sexy little novella taut with emotion. I loved Jennifer's take on Greek mythology, it will be interesting to see more of this. I may not have read the rest of the series but I'm definitely curious enough now to pick them up!
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