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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Review – Trojan Gold by Sultry Summers

Title: Trojan Gold

Author: Sultry Summers

Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press Torrid

Buy Link: Buy Trojan Gold Here!

Rating: You Gotta Read

Reviewed By: Lupa


An erotic myth of youth regained, a life saved, and love found by the grace of the god Apollo and the wisdom of Zeus. One mortal woman's compassion and bravery after the fall of Troy changes the course of history. Her courage and dedication touches the heart of a love-desolate god when he at last finds love in her arms. No obstacles, even the queen of heaven, can stand in the way of their happiness that will last through eternity.


Immerse yourself in the passion and intrigue of ancient Greece in this fantastic story by Sultry Summers.

Trojan Gold is the story of an old woman who is favored by the gods and the fantastic adventure she sets out on when she finds an infant survivor of the battle at Troy.

My favorite character of the story is definitely Helle. Her good heart and sweet spirit are clear to any who read her tale. She is given a chance to take another's child into her home and raise him as her own and she does so without hesitation. AS the parent of a step-child this theme rings very true to my own heart. Her honesty and integrity are also great examples even in this crazy modern world.

The erotic scenes were vividly descriptive and the story had a great flow that kept the pages turning to the end.

Filled with gods, goddesses, intrigue and passion Trojan Gold is a definite must read.

1 comment:

  1. I would love to thank Lupa for the wonderful review she gave Trojan Gold - your highest rating and the kind words she penned about my "new myth" of the after affects of the Trojan War. I certainly appreciate her review and I will see it posted this week in the varrious groups, my blog site and of course on my web site Thanks Again
    Sultry Summers


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