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Reviewed by Alice DiNizo for Readers' Favorite
Whit Blackstone, a handsome, hunky Wind Troll, is banished from the supernatural world to a mortal life on Earth as his punishment for disobeying the orders of the Troll King Simek; he was to kill a certain child and refused to do so. Meanwhile on Earth, Eric is unfaithful to his lovely wife, Eve, and is killed by his latest office "honey," Holly, who is actually an immortal. Holly loses the Acheron Cup but does get Eve transported to the supernatural world.
Eve is the child of Synrah, and the God Apollo. Unamused by these failures and mishaps, the God Ares knows that Eve thinks she's human and sends her back to earth to bring back the Wind Troll, Whit Blackstone, in less than twelve days. Eve is guarded by her mother, Synrah, and also by Apollo's own Custodaris who has befriended Eve for years. Eve does find Whit. They passionately fall in love, but can she get him back to the supernatural world on time?
Murdering Eve is a well-written, well-edited book with carefully structured tension that makes it a written masterpiece. The humor is delightful, and the use of Greek mythology throughout is perfect, not too much, not too little, just the right amount.
The characters, supernatural creatures for the most part, are well-drawn and believable, and the plot's development will draw readers into the story. Whit and Eve's romance begins slowly and then rolls right into steamy sex scenes that readers will adore. Twilight fans will love this book and want more books like it from the author."