by Kim Carmichael
Therin is a facilitator. It seems the gods have taken a page out of total quality management in order to humble their operators and give humans a chance at free will. In this case a blossoming young woman named Lucy has yet to know sexual release and rapture. It is Therin, the artist formerly known as Cupid, who must teach her how to bring herself over the edge to fulfillment and to love a mate.
Eternity is quite and excellent piece of romantic love story with erotica as a flavor. Bringing mythos from the classics in order to “facilitate” a modern romance in which both are doing what they think they need to sacrifice in order to save the other.
Well written and I recommend it as a great read for adults who want more to their erotica than just descriptions of the physical acts and sensations, which are artfully described here.