Shot to the heart by Hannah Walker

Title: Shot to the Heart

Author: Hannah Walker

Genre: Paranormal, Angels

Length: Novel (230pgs)

Publisher: Hannah Walker (August 29, 2018)

Heat Level: Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥  3.75 Hearts

Blurb: Noah is a happy-go-lucky cupid who loves using his dust to bring love to the people of Earth. Not as serious as using a golden arrow, the dust helps people find love and happiness, without them being soulmates. Noah figures everyone should have a shot at love, whether it lasts forever or not. He’s prepared to take chances, pairing people together that no one else would ever contemplate. Other Cupids consider him a risk to everything they stand for and he finds himself isolated, alone, and the target of their wrath.

Caleb, Head of the Cupids, hears the rumors about Noah, and vows to find out whether there is any truth to them. What he doesn’t expect is to find himself having feelings for Noah, feelings he tries to avoid at all costs.

When Noah’s life deteriorates, he finds himself surrounded by those he least expects— Gods and Goddesses. He turns to the one person he instinctively knows he can trust— Aphrodite. Going out with her on scroll runs— pairing soul mates together with golden arrows— he starts to find the confidence to believe in himself. When revelations and accusations swarm around Cupid Headquarters, he needs to learn who he can put his faith in, and who he needs to avoid.

As both Noah and Caleb battle their own fears and insecurities, they must decide whether to take a leap of faith and risk it all for love..


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Reviewer: Shorty

Review: Noah and Caleb are cupids but Noah is the rebel of them using his dust to create matches between people no one else would. After finding out what Noah is doing Caleb takes him under his wing to help him. I liked the idea of this story but I really did not get a feel for these two as a couple.

They hardly interacted and at times their scenes together seemed thrown in to the story. I did like that Noah had help from gods and goddesses with his insecurities as well as what was expected of him as a cupid. I would have loved this story better if Noah and Caleb had actually talked to each other more than they did.

Aside from that it was an interesting read with some conflict from the other cupids with Noah. Good read.