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eBook Aphrodite's Kiss ePub

by Julie Kenner

  • ISBN: 1613311427
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Julie Kenner
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dark Desires Audio (July 1, 2012)
  • ePub book: 1355 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1787 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 201


Some things are worth repeating, and some friends should be reminded of how much they mean along the way, even if they already know it so well

Some things are worth repeating, and some friends should be reminded of how much they mean along the way, even if they already know it so well. So, this book is dedicated to Kathleen Panov and Dee Davis. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, without the written permission of the publisher, except where permitted by law.

Aphrodite's Kiss book. Aphrodite’s Kiss by Julie Kenner Series Book 1 Zoe Smith, the quiet librarian at the school is more than she seems to be, much more. It’s her twenty-fifth birthday soon and she is hoping to become a Protector, then her special skills will be used to protect the mortals. When a hunky mortal crosses her path, she struggles against the attraction.

Julie Kenner (aka J. Kenner and . Beck) is the international, New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of over forty novels, novellas, and short stories in a variety of genres. Praised by Publishers Weekly as an author with a "flair for dialogue and eccentric characterizations," Julie Kenner writes a range of stories including super sexy romances, paranormal romance, chick lit suspense, and paranormal mommy lit.

She’d actually sneaked a peek at his underwear. Talk about lacking self-control. Talk about lacking self-control peeding bullet. Trying to ignore the wave of mortification that swept over her, she flashed him a weak smile, positive her cheeks were flaming re. t least she’d managed to get a grip on herself before she’d peeked through that. Last little bit of material. She sighed, savoring the memory. Plain white cotton briefs.

Julie Kenner is a USA Today bestselling American author of romance and fantasy novels. novella, falls between Kiss and Passion). Blood Lily Chronicles. She also writes with the pen names . In 2014, she received the Romance Writers of America RITA Award as J. Kenner for Best Erotic Romance for Claim Me. Contents. She has written a number of books, including the four-part Aphrodite series, and her 2005 novel Carpe Demon Bibliography.

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Get books you want USA Today bestselling author of The Givenchy Code Julie Kenner reloads for her second novel of high-heeled thrills as another woman gets.

Aphrodite's Girdle is missing, and Hale knows it will take all of his superpowers to retrieve it. The mortal who wears it-the plain Tracy Tannin-is now as irresistible to men as her grandmother, a goddess of the silver screen, once was. Every man wants. USA Today bestselling author of The Givenchy Code Julie Kenner reloads for her second novel of high-heeled thrills as another woman gets pulled into a mysterious world of extreme gaming where she must play or di. spiring actress Jennifer Crane knows all. The Cat's Fancy.

JULIE KENNER A happily-ever-after aficionado, Julie Kenner unabashedly cries at long-distance telephone and soup commercials. Julie would love to hear from you. You can write her at . Check out the photo album for lots of pictures of the cats.

Zoe Smith is far from normal. Crazy as it sounds, on her twenty-fifth birthday she gets the chance to become a superhero. But X-ray vision and the ability to fly are only two things to consider. There's also her newfound heightened sensitivity. She can hardly eat a chocolate bar without convulsing in ecstasy, so how is she going to get the birthday gift she's really set her heart on? George Taylor...No matter what he claims, the handsome PI is looking for an average Jane. He could never love a superhero-to-be; especially one with Zoe's oddball family, could he? With superpowers, Zoe can only see through his clothing. To strip bare the workings of George's heart, she'll have to find something a little more potent.



Narim Narim
I was halfway through the book before it got interesting. Really. And that means there's at least 150 pages more. After that, it's still not as fun as I expected. Just a little meatier. But there were still several instances where the h is just TSTL.

The book started so well. Looked like fun. Then it slowed down. There are just way too many scenes which are so agonizingly long. I recognize it's importance in the scheme of things but did they have to drag for so many pages?

The dialogue was okay. But the POV sections are just boring and repetitious. The way it's presented is no fun at all! Frankly, I lost interest in the heroine's POV by the time I reached page 100.

If this wasn't free, I'd complain some more. But since it is, I would say it's just a waste of your time.

This is the first book I've read written by this author. And I have previously downloaded her other free books which are the first of several series! Oyyy! Since this is also a first of a series and I already know I have no intention of reading the sequels, I'm not really interested anymore in reading her other series.

Well, maybe during a rainy day. When I need an alternative to a sleep aid...
Clever Clever
"Aphrodite's Kiss" is the first novel in the Superhero Series by Julie Kenner. Elementary school librarian Zoe Smith is about to turn twenty five. As a halfling, it is a very important birthday. She has to decide to become a Protector like her father Donis, and half brother Hale or to become mortal like her mother. The catch is that if she wants to be a Protector then she has to master her extraordinary powers and pass a test. And if she wants to become mortal, then she will lose her memories of her father and brother. The choice for Zoe is simple. Until George Taylor walked into her life. Throw in an ancient artifact that can lead to the end the world and you get a whirlwind of a romance novel. Overall, I enjoyed this novel. It was told from multiple perspectives which allowed the reader to get a well rounded story. After previewing the descriptions from other novels in the series, I found that the characters introduced in this novel are in the other novels as well.
I got this e-book because it piqued my interest. I'm not ashamed to say that I was doubtful this would be anything more than an average, okay romance. I'm glad that I was wrong.

Basically, this romance fits into the "fantasy" category, but has the characteristic of a superhero comic book (for women), especially using the words, ka-pow, zing, bam, etc. Julie Kenner did a great job tying in that theme with her "superhero" world. And, like all superhero stories, there's a bad event that must be stopped by our heroine while she's not quite in charge of her powers, all the while figuring out love. I really enjoyed Zoe, she's the perfect nice, sort of naive, innocent woman.

This book does pretty much go into all the characters' point of view (except Hoop and Zephron). Books like these usually annoy me a bit, especially in romance. I mean, if a book is about two main characters, I like it to be focused on those two. But, with this book I didn't mind. It set the background for the plot events really well, and it gave the feel of a comic book that much more.

However, I thoroughly enjoyed this book, so I might have missed some errors, but the ones I saw (like, the constantly changing style of how Elmer spoke, sometimes italics, sometimes not) really didn't bother me. Even the few grammar errors seemed to be small and didn't throw me off the story. There was only one scene that I couldn't quite imagine and it seemed oddly described; I actually read it twice and still didn't get it how she got from point a to point b (though I did get the gist of what happened). However, the rest of the scenes were nicely described and much easier to imagine. Overall, the ending was nice and not rushed as if the author was like, "Opps! Ran out of what to say, here you go! The end".

All in all, I would definitely recommend this to anyone who loves reading romance (even if you're not too keen on fantasy). As a side note, this book is a light read, so if you're looking for more serious action (or romance), look elsewhere. I can't wait to read the other books!

As a side note, nothing to do with the review, but the end note thanks us for reading the fourth book in this series. Just thought I'd mention it. Of course, if this has been changed, please ignore my comment, my version is a few months old.