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Connect with Rosanna Leo:
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More books by Rosanna Leo:
Gemini Island Shifters series:
Predator's Kiss
Predator's Serenade
Predator's Refuge
Predator's Claim
Predator's Fire
Predator's Trinity
Orkney Selkies series:
The Selkie
Selkie's Revenge
Greek God series:
For the Love of a God
Sweet Hell
Stand Alone Romances:
Up in Flames
The Stand-In
Night Lover
Free Reads:
Lucky's Charms (anthology)
Love in the Cards (anthology)

Product Details

  • File Size: 407 KB
  • Print Length: 140 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Liquid Silver Books (December 1, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 1, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008MICZ8M
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #766,473 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rosanna Leo is a multi-published romance author with Samhain Publishing, Liquid Silver Books and Hartwood Publishing. Several of her books about Greek gods, selkies and shape shifters have been named Top Pick at The Romance Reviews and Night Owl Romance. When not writing, she can be found haunting dusty library stacks or planning her next star-crossed love affair. Born and bred in Toronto, Canada, Rosanna often injects a little bit of Canada into her stories. Connect with her at

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brenda Romine on August 6, 2012
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What can I say about this book? ...... I WANT MORE!! Dionysus is just a swoon worthy Greek God that pulls at your hearts strings!And sweet Josie Marino,you can't help but love her.

I love that the author made her characters leap off the page and perk up your attention.And that's way all the way to the end!You will not want to put this book down!!And when it ends,you'll be begging for more of these characters!

HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK!! Don't want to blow it for the new readers so just let say "You Can't Go Wrong Reading This Book"!! Awesome Job Rosanna Leo!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ava Renee on September 20, 2012
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Oh how I laughed and laughed some more with this book! At a couple of points my eyes filled with tears from the strong bouts of hysterical laughter. Amazing humor, great detail, excellent characters and a fun story! This was my first time reading any work done by Rosanna Leo and WILL NOT be my last! It was a wonderfully written, funny, touching, sensual and romantic story that many will end up rereading. I would say any genre reader would find this story hard to put down because once it grabs you, it does not let go until the very end!

Josie works in her family bakery for a few reasons. But mainly just because she's content to do what she's doing and to have the feeling of family around her. She has a dream that she plans to accomplish one day but needs to get back on track with her brother's in the bakery so she can have the funds to pursue it. One day an amazingly good looking Adonis walked in and Josie was immediately struck by his confidence and stunning good looks. But he's just not for her, nor her for him. She's not a model type and men like that tend to be the ones to crushe and pulverize a woman's heart, not just break it. But day after day he's returned to the bakery ordering a very specific coffee and has even saved her like the damsel in distress she was at the time. Could it be he cares for her?

Dionysus is what he is and what he is is a god. The Greek God of Wine to be exact and one of the hottest I've ever read! He was journeying to visit his cousin one day and an unbelievably compelling scent drew him to enter a small bakery. Upon entering he surveys the place and spots a woman that he finds himself drawn to in a way no other has. He's a GOD! No woman should/could do the things this one is to his body, heart and soul.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Luvs2read on August 15, 2012
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I truly don't other than saying, "GET THIS BOOK!" It's amazing. The imagery Ms. Leo presents in her story is so realistic, it'll last with you for many days even after the book is finished. I was truly sad to see The End and certainly will make this one of those must read over and over again books.
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By Michelle on May 19, 2013
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This second entry in Leo's untitled series about the Greek gods and goddesses is every bit as entertaining as the first. Delving deeper into tales and concepts from Greek mythology, this one literally takes us on a journey through hell that's full of such rich imagery that any student of the Greek myths is sure to appreciate it. The tone is far from scholarly, however, and instead manages to make a journey through Hell seem like it's mostly a bit of sensual fun, though not without its terrors and tense moments to be sure.

Josie is a very real sort of character, a single woman who works hard to help keep the family bakery afloat, with little real help from her brothers who are the actual owners of the place. They take advantage of her to a shameful extent, yet she rarely complains to them about it, instead simply picking up the large amount of slack they leave to keep the place running and successful. Bit by bit, we learn various other details of her life and history, most of which highlight the fact that she's had a less than charmed life up to this point. She is certainly a very strong character, with a great many qualities that make her both entirely likeable and someone you can't help but respect, and is anything but a damsel in distress when it comes right down to it.

Dionysus is the dreamy, sensual sort of playboy that almost any woman would want, at least on some level. There's little not to like about him on the surface at least, and still plenty to like once you get past the surface even, because for all that he's led a carefree and rather shallow lifestyle for centuries and not given much thought to it, there is quite a decent core of caring underneath the party-boy exterior.
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**I received this book in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. All opinions are mine.**

My Review:

I have always enjoyed Greek Mythology. Having just finished another Paranormal Romance of the same sub-genre, I was pretty sure that I would enjoy Sweet Hell as well. The one drawback? Dionysus. As a rule he is portrayed as the son of Zeus, the God of fertility and wine, a patron of the arts... and a real jerk. So did Rosanna overcome the very thing I dislike about him so much or was this going to be a long and painful story with a hero who was way too full of himself?

The Good: One look at the cover and I knew we were off to an excellent start. If that was Dionysus, he was y-u-m-m-y! Secondly, while my initial impression of him was more traditional, we quickly worked through that and onto some of the funniest and most clever dialogue I have read in a while. I mean, who would think to write, "You immortal man whore!" or "Okay, Alex Trebek, so what makes Betty and Marianne the right answers?" or best of all, "By Hera's rectum!"?? The humor throughout the book was choice. The dynamics between Josie and Dionysus was superb and their feelings, no matter what they were at any given moment, seemed so perfectly genuine, I had no trouble believing them and suspending my disbelief while reading the story.

The Bad: Writing wise, there was nothing out of line that I noticed or that bothered me. To some folks, the level of dirty language and vulgarity might be a problem but it was all used as part of the ongoing humor and had me in stitches.

The Snuggly: Oh. Wow.
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