Any Love But Mine by Debbie Davies

September 14, 2012

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Video review of Any Love But Mine by Debbie Davies


Any Love But Mine by Debbie Davies
Released: March 3rd, 2012
Series: The Erosians [Book One]
Publisher: Night Publishing
Pages: 290
Source: Author
Buy it: Amazon

Look but don't touch has never been more true...

The gods forbade her to love, but love is a powerful force. Acacia has been created purely for Eros' pleasure but discovers within moments of being summoned into his presence that he has no interest in her whatsoever. Rejected, she is banished to Earth to serve as Eros' minion with the task of promoting the blissful state of love among all those around her, a state she must never indulge in with a human being herself on pain of immediate destruction. And then comes Josh, someone whose power of attraction over Acacia is so intense she will find it utterly impossible to resist him. But is he human? Is he a god? Or is he a trick of the gods? And what would happen should they kiss?



The Short
Any Love But Mine was a great take on Greek mythology! This aspect certainly didn't disappoint, rather I found myself pleased as my expectations were exceeded. However, there was insta-love, which was a little frustrating and confusing at times. Overall I would definitely recommend this to those who aren't completely turned off by insta-love. If you can overlook it and focus on the mythological side of things, then I am sure you will enjoy this one.


The Long


The Good
Greek mythology, intriguing characters, secrets and mystery

The Bad
Instalove



What are your opinions on Any Love But Mine?

2 comments

  1. My sound won't work so I can't hear your lovely voice :( Boo. But this book sounds good! Glad I clicked the link to view it haha. I love Greek mythology, so I'm sure I'll love this one. I don't mind instalove in novels every now and again, so I'm adding it to my list.

    I'm sure your review was great too. :D

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  2. I loved reading about all the Greek gods, their legends brought to life in a way I haven't read before. The descriptions are vivid and enticing. I particularly liked the images of the underworld. Brutal and cruel as you would imagine it to be.
    Can't wait for the next one, so I can see how the story moves on. Hopefully giving me more answers to the cliff hanger ending that ends this book.
    A great read. Highly recommended from a reader who loves this genre.

    Cath Brookes
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