Will of the Gods - Erotic Romance in a World of Sex and Sorcery

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Rated 4.25/5 based on 5 reviews
To recover a powerful artifact belonging to her Goddess, Zia must break into the headquarters of the despotic Theocracy.

With time running out, she has to trust Alton, a handsome rogue who knows her deepest secrets. Unfortunately, that means he will be part of the divine rituals, where pleasures of the flesh fuel her magic.

Can she use his body without him stealing her heart? More

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Words: 47,090
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465966544
About Lynn Mixon

Lynn Mixon, contributor to the Lambda finalist anthology Lesbian Cops, author of the high fantasy erotic romance novel Will of the Gods, a dozen contemporary erotic short stories, and the upcoming erotic romance mystery novel Murderous Complications, loves spicy hot romance and sensual loving. Lynn’s stories mix naughty, explicit sex with a strong dash of seduction and passion, just like the very best parts of real life.

Step into a steamy world of exquisite sensations and desire, and let your imagination soar. Find out what you’re missing at LynnMixon.com.

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Reviews

Review by: Jeri Unselt on Aug. 16, 2011 :
very good read, hard to put down. hope for a sequel.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Michelle R on Aug. 03, 2011 : (no rating)
A quick, entertaining read with steamy sex scenes
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Tom Russell on July 30, 2011 :
This quick novella pleased me greatly. It was well polished and contained interesting characters that worked well together. The intimate scenes were in no wise gratuitous, but rather actually contributed to the plot. That said, the sex is hot, hot, hot! They definitely got a reaction from me, which I suppose is the goal of all good erotica. Will of the Gods delivers on all the right themes. I look forward to reading more of Lynn's work.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Delilah Fawkes on July 28, 2011 :
I love a great fantasy erotica/romance, so when I read the blurb for Will of the Gods, I was excited to read it. I was instantly hooked. There are two sects of Tantra (magical priests and priestesses) who worship the gods the Mother and the Father. The problem is, the male priests have banished their sister priestesses and enslaved women in the land.

The best part? Their magical power comes from the power of sex--namely, orgasms. Yeah, I know. Awesome, right? Our heroine must pair with a thief to achieve her objective--stealing the circlet of the Mother from her male counterparts. Of course the thief is gorgeous and mischievous and sexy as hell, and she must get down and dirty with him to make certain spells happen.

I loved this set up and was constantly on the edge of my seat wondering "Eeep! When will she need to use magic next??" It was exciting and fun all the way through.

The sexy bits were very well written, but I did have one complaint SPOILERS NEXT!!!! SERIOUSLY SPOILERS which was that the first time the two main characters did it properly, it was a three way with another woman. The main character wasn't jealous, but I was. I wanted their first time together like that to be... private? It's totally subjective, and I still re-read the scene, if that tells you anything ;). SPOILERS OVER!

All in all it was a very entertaining read. I look forward to more from Lynn Mixon. I received a freebie on this one, but I'm sure I'll be purchasing his other works. Yay!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Lee-Anne Wilson-Smith on July 28, 2011 :
WILL OF THE GODS is pure erotic escapism and, as such, it works. The characters start out a bit thin, but they grow throughout the book, defying the odds and upending the concept of common sense. The plot has enough meat to make it enjoyable without detracting from the sex. I feel a bit more attention to the blood and gore would have been nice--violence and Eros are, after all, old playpals--but I liked the twists that kept the story fresh and interesting. Although I have never been a fan of Deus Ex Machina, the interference of the rival factions' deities was a foregone conclusion from the title and is not out of place here. Overall, a good read if you want some timeout from the mundane. Be warned: it might be a good idea to have some toys within reach during the steamier scenes :)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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