A Kiss from Cupid
Who decides Fate anyway?
Freya Darling is in love with love—which is kind of perfect because she’s a Cupid. When a lucky couple is assigned to her and bond their love irrevocably, her job is done.
There’s just one problem. In her personal time, Freya refuses to date. Why risk heartbreak if a Cupid will match her up when the time is right? When she’s assigned to an elderly couple, she realizes she may have to wait until her hair turns grey to find true love. And that is unacceptable!
In a moment of weakness, Freya steals her own Fated card from Cupid’s vault—and the name on the card is the last one she wants to see. So what if fellow Cupid Rupert Lovett claims to be in love with her. So what if the human she has her eye on isn’t meant for her at all. What could possibly go wrong?
I started writing A Kiss from Cupid after my first big breakup, and every time I found myself at the end of a relationship again, I pulled out the document in my computer to help myself answer the same questions: Why do we have to get our hearts broken? Why can't we just grow up and meet the person who will make us happy?
Over the years, Freya taught me to learn from heartache so I'll be ready my Cupid Kiss comes.
And if you're still waiting, the I know Cupid's Kiss will come for you too.