Aphrodite Calling (Gods of Love #2) is an 18,500 word erotic romance novella featuring Himeros - an ancient Greek god of sexual desire, and Gina - a post-surgery, male-to-female transsexual woman struggling for acceptance and understanding in a world that doesn’t allow anything outside the... read more
Aphrodite Calling is an erotic romance with a difference, focusing on gender identity as the key theme. It features an ancient Greek god on the edge of burnout, and a post-surgery, male-to-female transsexual struggling to define her identity as a woman in a world that stigmatizes anyone... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
Aphrodite Calling is an erotic romance with a difference, focusing on gender identity as the key theme. It features an ancient Greek god on the edge of burnout, and a post-surgery, male-to-female transsexual struggling to define her identity as a woman in a world that stigmatizes anyone outside the mainstream.
A modern-day transsexual woman and an ancient god of desire is an unusual pairing, but the power of Aphrodite works in the most mysterious ways.
Sometimes it takes the power of the gods to reveal the woman within...
Gina Deveraux is forced to confront her painful past when she attends a high school reunion. Born with male genitalia, she spent her childhood and teen years living as a boy, and has only now returned in an effort to put the past behind her, so she can begin to live her life without the continuing fear of loneliness and rejection.
Himeros is one of the erotes, an aspect of Eros, and as such it is his duty to answer the call of sexual desire whenever a human needs him. But he has been living among mortals too long and his interest has waned. When he decides to accept one last call he finds a woman who is unique. A woman who encapsulates the whole human experience in her body, and her soul. Has he finally found the one with whom even a god of desire could find fulfilment?
Forever, after all, is such a long time to be alone.
Aphrodite Calling is the second in the Gods of Love series of stand-alone novellas featuring the erotes (aspects of Eros) as a common theme. The series began with the Best Book of 2011 nominated menage a trois romance, Platinum Passion (Gods of Love #1).
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