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The Cupid Fate by Rose Sinclair

Paper Myths Media is PUMPED to be hosting the RELEASE WEEK TOUR for THE CUPID FATE by Rose Sinclair! This is a fantasy romance with Greek Gods and world theology with multiple sex scenes. Think Neon Gods meets American Gods in the Underworld. The Cupid Fate releases April 4th! The Release Week Tour is: April 9th - April 13th

ARCS will be AVAILABLE closer to the start of the tour!

Keep reading for all the details on the book!

Diversity Note: Both leads are bisexual, and there is various other lgbtq characters shown on page as well.

PRIMARY GENRE: Genre Mash Up - Fantasy Romance with Greek Gods and world theology

HEAT LEVEL: Fan Yourself Steamy - Generally 1-3 detailed sex scenes, some coarse language - think A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire, The Black Dagger Brotherhood, and Karen Marie Moning.

TRIGGERS: There is voyeurism that is consented to, battles with monsters, and some trauma.


Not all love is meant to last, but with the Underworld on your side there's a chance in Hell...

In Elysian, there’s always another soul needing guidance into the afterlife. Makaria knew it wouldn’t always be an easy job, but she never expected the living to start showing up, or for Cupid to have such poor aim. Rule number one of being Cupid: fate’s arrows are only meant for humans. But when it comes to taking his shot... Cupid realizes there’s plenty of love left and aims with his own heart. Smitten over the kindness Makaria shows for the dead and dying, he does what any good man would with the influx of sudden guests: help, dote, and please. Makaria didn’t expect love after so much death, but something about Cupid brings out a desire for her own blessed rapture. As the lines between the living and dead blur, Makaria and Cupid realize a return to normal means separating the realms. Will playing Cupid be enough, or are they fated to endure being worlds apart?

American Gods meets Dark Olympus in The Cupid Fate. Book one of the Children of Hades series features fake dating, happily ever after, and Greek myths retold for lovers of all things dark and holy. Welcome to the modern next generation of gods who are as sizzling as they are sweet.


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