Title: Beaus and Arrows
Author’s Name: Rashida T. Williams
Publisher: Red Adept Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 396 Pages
Author or Book Website: http://rashidatwilliams.com/index.html
Link to Amazon purchase page: Beaus and Arrows
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Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Emory hates his job—almost as much as he hates being called “Cupid.” Tasked with spreading love throughout the Earth realm, Emory wields his arrows with reckless abandon and matches couples based solely on their entertainment value. On the same day his impulsive behavior triggers an audit, he accidentally breaks the heart of his most dependable client, Blair.
Blair completely loses her ability to feel love and desire, and as her matchmaker, Emory expects her to be furious. Instead, she agrees to help him salvage his floundering career on one condition. He must find her the perfect man. Emory sets out on a frantic search for her soulmate, and Blair seems to find amusement in the diversion. But as the barrier surrounding Blair’s broken heart grows stronger, she is unable to connect with suitor after suitor, leaving Emory to console her after each failed match.
Emory and Blair’s unexpected bond turns into friendship, and soon Emory finds himself falling in love with the one woman who can’t love him back. In a race against time, Emory must mend Blair’s broken heart before her condition becomes irreversible…and before the audit committee banishes him for this grave error.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair an honest review. There were things to love about this book. I was not sure about a book where “Cupid” was the main character, but Emory was a interesting and fun characters at times. He did not take his job serious and he would only match people for fun and his own entertainment. It is that carelessness that leads him to break his favor client Blair. She is unable to feel love and he knows he has to fix this. He sets out to do this and have to comfort her after each disaster. They have a wonderful friendship and the other relationships in the story are so unique and delightful. I want to say so much more but I think one really have to experience this book. It is great for a debut novel. I was impressed.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars