What do you get when you have four mates, one psychotic prince, a horde of rebels, and a cupid who just got yanked out of the realm?
A big freaking problem, that’s what.
I was supposed to take on my first real mission as a spy. I was supposed to go find my missing mate and discover who our real allies are for the war that’s brewing in the fae realm.
Instead, I’m thrown back to where I was first created, Cupidville. And, judging by the look I’m getting from the Head of all Cupidity, and the big Terminate button that he's holding, this problem is about to get much worse.
The thing is, I’m more of a lover than a fighter, but when it has to do with staying with my mates, this cupid might just cut a bitch. I’ve waited my entire existence to find love, and now that I have it, I’m not going to give it up without a fight.
Author's note: This is the third book of the Heart Hassle series. This is a reverse harem story and includes sexually explicit scenes and mature language. Intended for ages 18 years and older.
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Great writing and end to story arc! No disappointing end here. This has the most sex of the 3 books but, IMO, it didn’t come across as sleezy.
Emelle gets yanked to Cupidville, and she’s majorly worried she’ll get decommissioned because of all the things she’s done since being knocked out of the Veil. More chaos ensues and Cupidity gets realigned.
Okot remains missing and Emelle feels he’s betrayed her. She convinces Horned Hook to help her rescue the Princess.
The Prince launches attacks on the Genfin home and the rebel encampment. The rebellion has been betrayed from within; Prince’s secret weapon is revealed; and Emelle and the Prince have their showdown.
Schwairy does a good job of narration.
If you want more Heart Hassle with Emelle and Co, I recommend checking out the Valentine’s novella: For the Love of Cupidity.