Aphrodite's Flame

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Dorchester Publishing Company Incorporated, Jul 4, 2011 - Fiction - 291 pages
13 Reviews

Isole isn't used to dark and dangerous types—at least, not this way. Usually she freezes them cold, literally. That's her superpower: ice. But Mordi has a way of making her lose her cool. With his dark hair and sweet green eyes, it's tough to remember that his father's the superest villain in all the world. Or, was. The pair joined in countless evil plots before now, but Mordi and Hieronymous are turning over a new leaf. They joined the Protectors to defend the innocent…and to give themselves a chance at happiness.

Thank the gods. Mordi makes her burn with desire, and nothing Isole can do will put out the flames.

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Review: Aphrodite's Flame (Superhero Central #4)

User Review  - Kathy - Goodreads

Fourth in the series. The story turns to Mordi, Hieronymous' Halfling son, who's been in every book so far. Torn between loyalties to his twisted father and to the Protector's Council, Mordi has been ... Read full review

Review: Aphrodite's Flame (Superhero Central #4)

User Review  - Sabra - Goodreads

2.5 stars, this was definitely the best of the series. Read full review

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A USA Today Waldenbooks, Barnes & Noble and Locus Magazine bestselling author, Julie is a two-time RITA Finalist and a Romantic Times' Reviewer's Choice Award winner. Kenner, who has a background in both screenwriting and law, has published novels with Dorchester, Berkley, Ace, Harlequin and Pocket Books. Kenner writes a wide range of genres including superhero romances, straight contemporary romance, young adult, paranormal mysteries, suspense and urban fantasy. Carpe Demon (Berkley 2005) is currently in development as a feature film with Warner Brothers and 1492 pictures.

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