The Business of Love (Eros & Co. #1)

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Love is patient, love is kind . . . love is late for work. Again.

When the time-challenged god of love has six months to turn mortal enemies into lovers, things get real. If you're a fan of heart, humor and magical Happy Ever Afters, you'll love this mythology-inspired, laugh-out-loud Romantic Comedy that sparkles with wit and shines with the power of true love.

IT tech Liz Johnson thinks true love is total crap—until she locks eyes with the hot new marketing guy and her theory crumbles. Terrified his charm will break through what’s left of her self-imposed walls of solitude, Liz wastes no time hauling out the bricks and mortar to rebuild the fortress surrounding her carefully guarded heart.

Londoner Leo Simmons is God's gift to women. Or so he thought. When his new co-worker refuses to give him the time of day, he decides to melt her icy glares just to prove he can. But despite her tattoos, ill temper, and the possibility she may be a cyborg, his strategy to get her into bed becomes a sole venture to make her smile.

Little do they know their new boss is actually, Eros, the god of love, posing as a mortal and using every matchmaking trick in the book to turn enemies into lovers. On top of an already impossible deadline, he must hit his mark before Liz’s fast approaching 25th birthday. Fail, and she dies, taking his immortality with her.

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