Title: Callum and the Cupids (Public Limited Cupids #1)
Author: Riza Curtis
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: October 5, 2017
Genre(s): Paranormal Ménage Romance
Page Count: 94 pages
Reviewed by: Tosh
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Recent university graduate Callum is in urgent need of a job if he plans on eating or keeping a roof over his head. Desperation finds Callum attending an interview at a local dating agency, but Public Limited Cupids isn’t exactly a traditional matchmakers…
Caught up in the middle of demi-gods, cupids and a whole host of crazy, Callum isn’t sure what’s going to snap first; his sanity or his temper. He just needs to keep thinking about that pay cheque… and his two rather attractive colleagues.
This novella is intended for adult audiences only, and contains violence, swearing, and graphic sex scenes.
This was actually a very entertaining read. What happens when you team up a human and a Cupid to work togther to try and bring people together in life and love? Well you get fireworks of all kinds.
Callum is in desperate need of a job. That is the only reason he is interviewing with a company that matches people together or at least that is what he thinks the Cupid does when he goes to the interview.
Little does Callum realize he will actually be working with real cupids, arrows and all. To say he is blown away is an understatement but when in need you do what you got to do and that is exactly what Callum does. He accepts the job and the person or Cupid they partner him with.
Zach is not he easiest person to get along with, much less get to know, but as he and Callum grow closer to one another other things start to get in the way, namely one cupid named Tommy. Callum finds that he is attracted to both men but it is Tommy that he makes a move on. That does not turn out so great.
Zach and Tommy are not the friendliest with one another but after certain situations arise the two men have to pull together and overcome their problems with one another in order to be able to pull together to get their man…..Callum.
Can three men figure out how to navigate together in order to make a three way relationship work? Or is it doomed before anything can even happen?
This was a very good read. I truly enjoyed reading about how these three men had to navigate uncharted territory between them in order to find their happiness. Very good read. I hope to see more of these three in a future book.