{Review} Cupid (Cupid #1)


Cupid by Jade Eby and Kenya Wright
Cupid #1
Read February 2015
5 stars



The papers call him Cupid.

The masked man who’s murdered five.

His specialty is in broken love and he shows no signs of stopping what he does best: killing.

Diana Carson is determined to find out who Cupid really is with the financial backing from millionaire, Asher Bishop.

Together, they’ll embark on a journey to find Cupid, but can they do it before they destroy each other? And is the hunt worth the kill?

Series Reading Order:

#1 Cupid
#2 Valentine


OMG!!! Cupid was so addictive that I just couldn’t put it down and read it in one sitting. The plot, characters and story line were so perfect that I never wanted it to end. Yet it always does and now I’ll be forever waiting for the next for.

I can’t believe I have never read anything by either of these authors before. I will be before checking my out now.

Right from the very start Cupid had me captivated. I was curious as to how the book got it’s name. It’s not every day you read a ‘dark’ romance named after something so happy. Yet when it is explained in the book it makes so much sense.

“Why did you name him Cupid?”
“Oh,” she signed. “I figured that would be obvious. He kills with a bow and arrow, and all of his murders deal with some form of broken love.”
And then she walked away, left Asher right there, baffled, and even more intrigued.

I love during the story that we got to see how both Cupid and Diana were thinking during certain situation. Their thought processes really had to the story for me and provided some humour along the way. It’s nice to see how a character act and thinks in though situations.

Imagine that. A killer scared of some tiny woman on the phone.

I just couldn’t get enough the this book. Please hurry along with the next one.

Cupid many not be as ‘dark’ as some of the other dark books that I have read but it still deals with some disturbing themes. You have been warned.


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