This book follows, mainly, Aphrodite; the Greek Goddess of love. It's modern times and the gods who haven't been forgotten completely and aren't dead, are etching out a living in our times the best they can.
I loved that this book brought together two different pantheons. Aphrodite and Loki make one hell of a team in this story. Loki's life hasn't been as dull and mundane as Aphrodite claims hers is. There was a definite chemistry between the two gods that any fan (or follower) of either pantheon will appreciate.
The sex scenes in this book are very well written and each scene flows perfectly with, not only the storyline, but the personalities of the two gods' as depicted by their respective lores.
The book didn't leave off with a cliffhanger, but it does pave the way for The Vampire of Vancouver which is the second book in this series.
I do hope there will be plenty of stories starring these two gods and their adventures and perhaps some other old gods will make an appearance.
I give this book 5 of 5 paws.