Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Making Love by Aidan Wayne


Carla the cupid is an excellent shot, but her chemistry is so bad that most of her matches don’t last. Her dream is to shoot a True Love pair, but until her scores improve, she’s relegated to the Puppy Love division of Aphrodite Agency.

Leeta, a succubus, is looking for a True Love match. Which is highly unusual, as most succubi are aromantic. But Aphrodite Agency — her only hope — turns her away because the receptionist can’t believe she’s not just looking for an easy meal.

Carla agrees to take Leeta’s case on freelance. She figures it’s a win-win: Carla gets to put a succubus’s True Love match on her résumé, and Leeta gets to find her True Love! Except as Carla tries to find a match for Leeta, she finds herself maybe... relieved when the matches don’t end well. And Leeta seems to be getting pickier and pickier. Things will never work out until Carla learns enough about chemistry to figure out who’s truly best for Leeta, and until Leeta can admit what — or who — she truly wants.

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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Ruthie☆☆☆☆
This is a really quick and cute read. It is lighthearted, amusing, and witty.

Carla is an ambitious cupid, who is better at the shooting of arrows than the reading of chemistry. We get to see this in action, as she agrees to work freelance to help an unusually romantic succubus, Leeta, find her soulmate.

Leeta, and the reader, soon get the chemistry vibe, but the naive Carla just thinks she is failing again. As things are resolved, one cannot help but smile and sigh with relief for them both!

I read Mr. Wayne's Counterbalance back in September, and enjoyed its originality – this is very different and whilst much more frivolous, also as enjoyable.



Aidan Wayne is a big believer in character-driven stories with happy endings. This is not to say that stories can’t contain a little (or a lot) of grief, just that at the end of it all expect there to be bandages and hugs. They particularly like to write about minority characters because damn it, they deserve happy endings too.

When not writing, Aidan enjoys practicing aerial, martial arts, and ASL, and watching reality cooking shows. They are probably in the middle of twelve projects as you read this.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Making Love by Aidan Wayne to read and review.

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