Title: The Trainee Cupid(s) (Public Limited Cupids #3)
Author: Riza Curtis
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: February 12, 2018
Genre(s): Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 64 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3 flames out of 5
Rating: 3 stars out of 5
Identical twins Arron and Owen have managed to land a prestigious job working as Aphrodite’s cupids. Well, not quite—Owen has landed the job, as well as a place at university, but he can’t be in two places at once. Or can he?
Nobody’s ever been able to tell the twins apart so sharing the job is the obvious solution. Arron has doubts but jobs in the magic community don’t come along too often…
Being a cupid is even better than he’d imagined, especially when he’s paired with sassy vampire Lysander for their training. Nothing can go wrong unless he does something stupid like falling in love…
This was a good read but I found I liked book one better. This one just had something missing for me to like it as much as I liked the first book. Maybe it was because it was about three individuals but two of those individuals found more with each other and left me wondering what happened to the third one.
Arron and Owen are twin brothers. Owen has the bright idea that one of them can get hired at Public Limited Cupids and they could switch places and still have time for other things such as school and such. No one would be the wiser or so Owen thinks. Though Arron is not too thrilled about the idea he goes along with it because that is what he has always done, gone along with Owen without much of a fight.
When Arron met Lysander, Arron is attracted to him. But he knows that he will not do anything with him because Lysander does not know who he really is. Lysander thinks that he is Owen.
There are other issues going on too like the Cupids wanting to go on strike. On Valentine’s Day at that.
What will Lysander do when he finds out that the man he is attracted to is not Owen but actually Arron? Can anyone come up with a solution to stop the strike from happening?
This was a good read but I was disappointed that Owen was a main character and I felt like he was left out. I really hope he will get his own story too. I was also disappointed that there was not much to Lysander and Arron coming together. I think that there is more to their story that was not in this story. I hope that the next book will be more in depth.