Dancing With Cupid

About the Book

Defrocked Hindu love god seeks virgin amnesiac runaway bride.
Sent to Los Angeles by her Delhi family when she was only nine, Rathi grows up into a prim, virginal overachiever. Now she’s a lonely, workaholic attorney in a high-power women’s rights firm in Chicago. Having coffee with the mailroom boy would be a career-limiting move.
Kamadeva, once the Hindu god of lusty love, has never forgotten his long lost wife. She stomped out on him after he got demoted via flamethrower by an angry Shiva. After 500 years as a sex demon, he finally finds her! But Rathi has reincarnated so often that she doesn’t remember Kama. She can’t find her love button with both hands. And he’s still the happy-go-lucky idiot she left.
Can he revive her goddess memories before Shiva’s rage fries him to a crisp…again? And will she still want to dance with her underachiever cupid?

“Dancing with Cupid is a fanciful comedy, light and fluffy fun, a good beach read.
If you like light, fun romance, you’ll enjoy Jennifer Stevenson’s Slacker Demon series.”
— Lois Gresh, bestselling author of Nightfall

“This is fabulous! I’m not into hot stuff but this is close to brilliant, holding my attention with just the right amount of graphics with great emotion.”
— Patricia Rice, bestselling author of Evil Genius

“Jennifer Stevenson is the mistress of magic, combining voudou, music, and the call of true love in a unique melange. Stevenson makes the ancient seem new again, the ordinary seem exotic, and the otherworldly more real than we ever dreamed it could be. Bravo!”
— Mindy Klasky, USA Today bestselling author of the Jane Madison Series.

Series: The Slacker Demons Series, Book 3
Genre: Demons
Publisher: Book View Cafe
Publication Year: 2015
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