Sabrina, a Classical Studies graduate student, is excited to be accepted for a summer internship at the Fine Arts Museum. When she meets stunning Greek archaeologist and scholar Nikos Soulis, who will spend two months overseeing the museum’s new exhibit, she falls hopelessly in love with him. Even though the sexy professor seems to be dating a rich philanthropist and museum benefactor’s daughter, he insists in helping Sabrina with her research project in Greek art. Can she avoid heartbreak when she is seduced by the hot Olympian god of her dreams?
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Targeted Age Group:: 18 and up
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I always wanted to write a romance but wasn’t sure where to start. Some author friends challenged me during last year’s Nanowrimo event, and the book was born. I had a lot of fun writing it and can’t wait to publish the second one in the series.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
I just had an idea that the man was going to be a very handsome archaeologist from Greece, the dream man every woman will fall for. And that’s exactly what happens when Sabrina sees him. She falls in love head over heels. I looked at a lot of hot celebrities to inspire the creation of the Greek god.
That’s when I saw the mirage, the fabulous looking god of my dreams on the other side of the room, across from where we were standing. Dr. Jones offered him a glass of champagne and he accepted it with grace, bowing respectfully. I had no idea who the seductive god-like creature was, but for me, it was love, or lust, at first sight. Like magic, I felt a bolt of lightning going through me. At that moment, I knew I had been hit by a love arrow, and I almost choked on a grape.
“Sweetie, are you OK?” I heard Robert asking me, while tapping lightly on my back. I gulped the rest of the champagne to stop the coughing.
“Yes,” I mumbled, my eyes fixed on the sexy man on the other side of the room. “I’m fine, thanks, Robert.”
Dr. Jones walked up to where a microphone was set up, and the room fell silent, waiting for him to start. He introduced the new interns, including me, and the new fellows who were visiting during the summer, following with a brief lecture about the exhibit we were there to see. The man of my dreams remained at a close distance from Dr. Jones, and I still had no idea who he was. All I was sure of is I had never seen him in the museum or the university before.
“Dr. Nikos Soulis,” I heard Dr. Jones say. The man walked up closer to Dr. Jones. “I want to extend our welcome to Dr. Nikos Soulis, a Greek archaeologist, scholar and curator of Antiquities from the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, which ranks among the top ten museums in the world, for his invaluable contribution helping us bring the Greek Bronze Vessels exhibit to our institution. He will be with us for the next two months, overseeing the exhibit.”
The Olympian god looked at the audience who was clapping for him and bowed, showing a soft smile that almost made me faint. I was totally hypnotized by this man’s charm and charisma. His eyes were deep and penetrating, and he had a serious and commanding persona. I couldn’t believe a Greek god had fallen from Olympus and landed right in front of me.
“Thank you, Dr. Jones, and I’d like to thank all of you for such a welcoming reception. I sincerely hope you enjoy the exhibition,” Dr. Nikos Soulis said, in an accent that made my heart skip a beat. I was paralyzed, as if I had stared into Medusa’s eyes and been turned into stone.
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