Aphrodite's Passion (Superhero Series Book 2)
By Julie Kenner
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Published: Oct. 30, 2012
Words: 100,756 (approximate)
Tracy Tannin has always felt ordinary and dull, but when she finds an antique belt in her grandmother’s attic, suddenly everyone wants her—or maybe they just want the belt.
Superhero Hale has no interest in mortals, so when he starts to crave the mortal he’s been assigned to protect, he knows it must be the belt, right?
Because no way can a guy like Hale fall for a girl like Tracy.
“Julie Kenner does it again! This follow-up to the hilarious and amazing Aphrodite’s Kiss is filled with the same sense of fun and originality as the first. Excellent reading!”—RT Book Reviews
Mortal Tracy Tannin has always felt like the most ordinary girl in the world, especially since she’s lived her whole life in the shadow of her Hollywood superstar grandmother. But when she finds an antique belt in her grandmother’s attic, everything changes. Suddenly everyone wants Tracy—or maybe they just want the belt.
Superhero Hale is more than happy to do his job protecting mortals. But get emotionally close to one? Absolutely no way. Which is why he’s thrown a bit off his game when he suddenly finds himself craving the mortal woman he’s been assigned to protect. But that must just be the effect of the magical belt he’s supposed to retrieve, right?
Because there’s no way that a guy like Hale can fall for a girl like Tracy.
Or is there?
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