April 17, 2017

Paper Fools by Staci Hart - FMR REVIEW

Paper Fools by Staci Hart

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Aphrodite knows love — just don’t ask her to figure out her own mess.
Rather than deal with her sticky love life, she toys with the hearts of unwitting humans. It’s a little game she plays, and the stakes are high. Lucky for her, she’s just found the perfect match.
Lex is everything Dean needs, but he can’t have her.
It doesn’t matter that her eyes speak to a long forgotten part of him, or that her art and poetry touch his shredded heart. She’s off limits — crossing that line would implode his band and everything he’s ever cared about. There’s only one option: stay away from her, no matter the cost. Even if the price is his heart.
Dean is everything Lex wants, but she can’t take the risk.
The second she meets him, she knows her heart is in danger. She’s convinced it’s only attraction that has her hung up on the dark, quiet lead singer, but with every day that passes, she knows it’s more. It’s just that she can’t put her heart on the line. She won’t — love has never been worth the sacrifice.
If only they knew they were just pawns in a much bigger game. And in the game of love, Aphrodite never loses.
*Formerly titled Deer in Headlights, Paper Fools has been rewritten and reedited for your enjoyment.*

Review By: Gina

I was a little apprehensive with the idea of the Greek Gods but 
1. I love this author's other works and 
2. The story sounded pretty interesting 
so I had to give it a shot. 

The idea behind the story is these Greek God sort of play puppet master to the human on Earth. They make a game out of manipulating their lives and mostly their love lives. But the story also goes into the lives of the Gods. I thought this concept was completely original and a interesting concept to base a book on. Unfortunately, I found it hard to follow at times. There are a lot of characters in this book and a lot of characters who play an important role to the story. So I struggled to keep with exactly what was happening and to whom. The story bounces back and forth between the humans and the Gods and their stories and how they intertwine. It got to be a lot. This is a book that I could re-read and find information that I missed the first time. The story was well written and super intriguing but how the story was told got a little confusing for me at times. 

3.5 Stars

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