Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2)

Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) free Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) , Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) pdf, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) pdf free,Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) pdf download, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) epub, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) ebook, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) read online, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) pdf download, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) epub, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) kindle, Sweet Hell (Greek God, #2) Mobi – Dionysus, Greek God Of Wine And Theater, Is The World S Original Playboy But Lately, He Has Been Restless, Moody, And He Knows Something Is Wrong His Carefree And Bacchanal Lifestyle Is Starting To Feel Like One Long String Of Meaningless, Sexual Escapades Even Worse, He Is Suddenly Aroused By The Idea Of Marriage And To Top It All Off, Josie Marino, The Mouthy, Disheveled, And Eternally Annoying Woman Who Serves Him Coffee At The Local Bakery, Sets Him On Fire.Josie, A Toronto Baker Of Italian Heritage, Is Not Looking For Love Or Lust Especially Not With Dionysus Iros, The Most Aggravating, Demanding Customer She D Ever Had To Serve With His Rippling Muscles And Sexy, Knowing Eyes, He S Obviously Trouble With A Capital T Unfortunately, He S Also The Star Of Her Every X Rated Dream She S Known Players Like Dionysus Before, And One Of Them Almost Got The Better Of Her Josie Determines She Will Not Fall For His Considerable Physical Charms, Come Hell Or High Water.But Dionysus Turns Strangely Protective When A Sinister Character Arrives At Josie S Bakery, And They Can No Longer Deny Their Unwanted Feelings For One Another They Are Forced To Embark On A Bizarre, Sexually Charged Journey To Hell Itself, Which Threatens To Either Change Them For The Better, Or Destroy Them. Well hello there Dionysus I loved this. Five shinning stars for this one What can I say I loved this book and him It was funny Sweet and so adventurous in Hades s Hell Oh my It had an AMAZING humor, I couldn t stop laughing and laughing and oh you can t help adoring him I met Dionysus, first in For the Love of a God, he was a Greek god of wine and theater, and the world s original playboy And Eryx s cousin.But when he met Josie, mouthy, Toronto baker of Italian heritage you can t help but love her He became restless, edgy Five shinning stars for this one What can I say I loved this book and him It was funny Sweet and so adventurous in Hades s Hell Oh my It had an AMAZING humor, I couldn t stop laughing and laughing and oh you can t help adoring him I met Dionysus, first in For the Love of a God, he was a Greek god of wine and theater, and the world s original playboy And Eryx s cousin.But when he met Josie, mouthy, Toronto baker of Italian herit
I received this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review All opinions are my own.My Review I have always enjoyed Greek Mythology Having just finished another Paranormal Romance of the same sub genre, I was pretty sure that I would enjoy Sweet Hell as well The one drawback Dionysus The Greek version of Bacchus, as a rule he is portrayed as the son of Zeus, the God of fertility and wine, a patron of the arts and a real jerk So did Rosanna overcome the very thing I dislike about hi I received this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review All opinions are my own.My Review I have always enjoyed Greek Mythology Having just finished another Paranormal Romance of the same sub genre, I was pretty sure that I would enjoy Sweet Hell as well The one drawback Dionysus The Greek version of Bacchus, as a rule he is portrayed as the son of Zeus, the God of fertility and wine, a patron of the arts and a real jerk So did Rosanna overcome the very thing I dislike about him so much or was this going to be a long and painful story with a hero
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Well, first of all, I m still hungry for baked goods and coffee after reading this book The author does a very good job of using words that create imagery in the bakery where about half the book takes place As a glutton I appreciate this Now on to the really important stuff the sex is hot, Dionysis is hot, and I really found myself liking the character Hades who appears at the end of the book to help Josie get her man back There is lead up to Dionysis and Josie s first time which I lov Well, first of all, I m still hungry for baked goods and coffee after reading this book The author does a very good job of using words that create imagery in the bakery where about half the book takes place As a glutton I appreciate this Now on to the
I loved this story Another amazing tale by Rosanna Leo Josie and Dionysus were so well depicted with real emotions The imagery of Hell was quite frightening and shiver worthy But, the love revealed between Jo
I feel like I should say so much about this, but I just don t have many words beyond, I loved this It was so sweet I love Dionysus and Josie so much and had such a wonderful time watching their love grow The depictions of the di
Oh Sweet Hell, I m in love With Dionysus The son of Zeus, the God of fertility and wine, a patron of the arts and one fiiiiine man When this story starts he is a playboy, and a cocky one at that Then one step into one bakery and his life foreverhas changed See, at this bakery is Josie Marino, coffee and baker extraordinaire And
Holy cow this book was fantastic I loved how much Dionysus truly cared for Josie It was super funny to watch as Dionysus came to realize that he was falling in love with someone He never felt anything like it before and it was shocking for him to realize that he was willing to go to crazy extents to protect this unruly girl.Dionysus is the fun loving god of wine and quickly became the god of three somes He was super horny all the time and it never failed to show him a good time He loves his Holy cow this book was fantastic I loved how much Dionysus truly cared for Josie
Closely following the premise of For the Love of a God, Rosanna Leo has created another winner in Toronto with this story that features Dionysis and the smart mouthed bakery clerk, Josie While this is set as the second in a series and the characters were introduced in the first book, they do stand alone Although, you will want to read them both they are that good Toronto is certainly a place to consider relocating to if on any given day one of the exquisitely detailed, humorous and witty Closely following the premise of For the Love o
Another great book I loved Dionysus I had to laugh at his problem and how horrified he was about it So funny and his choice of swears had me laughing as well I really liked Josis as well, she took things alot better then Maia did but then she didn t have much choice cause she kinda got thrown into the celestial deep end Interesting take on Orpheous as well I suppose with what he went through he would go off the deep end but I think Dionysus was right when he said it was still no excuse for Another great book I loved Dionysus I had to l