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Sparks ignite when Cupid takes aim at two mortals in Las Vegas: Randy Jones, an average guy on a company vacation, looks into Garrett’s eyes at a craps table and time stands still. Throwing aside everything he believes, Randy engages in a torrid two-night affair with Garrett—only to panic when he realizes he’s fallen in love.
Cynical billionaire Garrett Shiffler has everything money can buy, and most of his dates can’t see past the dollar signs. Life has taught him that innocence and love are figments of the imagination. But when Randy disappears, taking with him feelings Garrett thought he’d never know, Garrett wages the most important battle of his life to win Randy’s love—but this time he fights with his heart, not his bank account.
Meanwhile, Cupid wonders what happened. His golden arrows never fail unless the Fates interfere. If Garrett wants to win Randy back, he’s going to have to do it on his own, because the Fates have other plans for Cupid.
Sugar and spice and everything nice. Ohhh, and instalove, orgasms followed by more sugar. It’s so sappy sweet that I wish I would have read this for a Valentines treat! It’s a second-hand story apparently, but I’m not familiar with the original. Although it was perhaps excessively sweet, I was hooked and couldn’t put it down. Shhh, don’t tell my boss, but I actually hid in the storage room to finish the last chapter when my lunch hour left me hanging on the eager thread of almost finished. That’s got to say something, right?
Garrett is the pinnacle of a high roller. He oozes power, wealth and sex. And, he always gets what he wants. Yet, he has gotten bored with always getting what he wants. One fated evening Randy wanders past him and his luck flips a one-eighty. Garrett is horrified to realize that it wasn’t only his luck that changed, but life as he knows it.
Randy is a simple man with simple expectations living a simple life. He is out of town on business in the city of Sins when his uncomplicated life becomes very complicated. He is swept off his feet by a devil that lives in a world where money can buy anything. When he tells this perfect man that his heart is not for sale he rattles them both. Garrett is flabbergasted that he dare refuse him anything and Randy is stunned that he was in fact considering giving him his heart.
They both attempt to stop the landslide of love, but sometimes you have to just brace yourself and take the fall.
I enjoyed the writing, I liked the guys and I loved the older brothers! The woo-ing was so romantic I couldn’t stop smiling. A fun, sappy bit of fluff that left me with a happy heart. Even though I enjoyed this swift love affair, I’m not overly compelled to race out and move on in the series, but I may give it a go at a later date. I mean, more Cupid…who doesn’t love Cupid? And if you don’t, I dare you to admit it!