Arc Review : Forbidden to Love (The Erosians #1) by Debbie Davies



Forbidden to Love By Debbie Davies

Published March 14th 2013  

Paperback : 288 pages

Series : The Erosians #1

Summary :

The Gods Made Me. They Own Me. They Rule Me.

Well, they like to think they do.

Almost a year ago I was rejected and banished by Eros the God of Love. Now I’ve been forced by Eros to live a life of slavery in the mortal world completely forbidden to love anyone but him – unless I want pain, heartbreak and torture to feature heavily in my future.

My hatred for Eros is almost as strong as my desire to escape this life of loneliness, which is looking very unlikely. Until I see him, the auraless mortal, who steals my breath and burns my heart. Now I have to find a way to be with him even if that means losing everything I have and starting a war to end all worlds. Lucky for me this guys willing to kill to give me a life.

I may be forbidden to love but I’m determined to live.

Review :

**Arc received through NetGalley**

I am still reeling from the emotions this book put me through. Why oh why do cliffhangers exist!?
Our story here is about Acacia and Josh. Acacia is a goddess created for Eros, the goddess of love who rejected her. She’s been banished to the mortal world for about a year and is enduring a lonely existence making others fall in love, a feeling that she herself isn’t allowed to experience. Until Josh that is. The Fates have connected them together and its totally out of their control to stay away from each other. And yes that is bad since Acacia was made for Eros who has forbidden her to love any other except him. What happens when Eros finds out about their relationship?? Do they die? Or do they survive? How bout reading this to find out? 😀
The book was good enough and kept me interested. I in fact always find the topics of Greek Gods intriguing. The climax kept me at the edge of my seat and I couldn’t stop turning the pages. Though a few things happened at the end with which I wasn’t happy regarding Acacia’s feeling towards Josh and Luca but by the end all was well obviously except the main problem. Enough said I won’t be giving away any more of the story. All in all I’ll definitely be waiting for the sequel and those out there who love Greek mythology, you’ll definitely want to check this book out!