Sunday, April 25, 2010

Eden Elgabri, Conference Cupid

Title: Conference Cupid

Author: Eden Elagbri

Rating: Three And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Romance

Sub-Genre: Contemporary

Page Count: 73 Pages

ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60168-286-4

Publisher: Aspen Mountain Press

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Reviewer: Kristin Manter


Aspiring author, Keary Galloway, hasn’t had sex since her divorce a year ago. No wonder her heart beats double-time with the half-clad romance cover models roaming the hotel. Will she take her friend’s advice and try one out for research?

Devin Barnett wishes the onslaught of romance writers hadn’t invaded his hotel. Until he sees his high school fantasy, Keary – divorced and longing for physical thrills. But can he masquerade as a cover model? Will satisfying their sexual needs for the duration of the conference be enough to get her out of his system? Or only make him lust for more?


Conference Cupid is a satisfying quickie of a romance. The beautiful cover, layout, and very clean editing all ensure that the reader can enjoy the story with no distractions.

Devin's perusal of Keary evolves sweetly from that of the fantasy of youth, to the desire of adulthood. Keary is relatable and endearing, making it easy to connect with her throughout the entire story.

Devin is confident, yet not obnoxiously arrogant, and determined. Mild comedy throughout the story really balances the intimacy of the love scenes. All in all, this was a charming story that made for a good read.

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