Book Spotlight: Touch by Natalia Jaster & #Giveaway

The myth of Eros isn’t the truth. Her story is the truth . . .
Love is an immortal bad girl. With a strike of her arrow and a smirk on her face, she pins human hearts together against their will. It’s for their own good, of course—silly, clueless creatures that they are.
But Love has never loved. Not until she meets the mortal boy that she's destined to match with another mortal girl.
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About the Author:

Her kindergarten teacher told her mom that Natalia stared out the window too much, daydreaming instead of paying attention in class. It’s true. Eventually she learned to focus more in school (and to love it), but the daydreaming never stopped. So after earning her master’s in creative writing and spending a bunch of fun years as a magazine editor, Natalia is now a writer of YA romance.

She is also a total fool for first-kiss scenes, fanfiction, libraries, and starry nights.

Touch is her first book.

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  1. This one certainly seems interesting and the cover is very fascinating! But they made Eros into a girl, which has the potential to be completely awesome or awesomely terrible. I guess this one is a wait and see!

  2. I love greek mythology but I've never read a book that based itself on a myth. I think it would be awesome.

    Thanks for the giveaway ♥

  3. I enjoy Greek mythology, thanks for sharing this one Megan!

  4. A very interesting idea for a story.

  5. Sounds like a interesting book, I am always looking forward to read mythology-themed stories. I never imagined Eros as a girl though. :)

  6. I love the twist in the story about Eros. It is different from what we read in mythology.

  7. I love Greek Mythology! To read an author's take on subject is rewarding, especially if the story captures the reader.

  8. Ooh this sounds like something I would enjoy! I love a good mythology book because Greek mythology has been something I have loved since reading Percy Jackson. Oh, and the cover here is lovely!