Sarah, I’d like to welcome you to Bookish Temptations, and tell you how much I appreciate you for taking the time to do this interview.
Leigh has a story to tell and despite the absurdity of it, it has to be told before it’s forgotten forever.
You see Leigh used to be a Cupid.
A very silly, naive and regretfully bitter Cupid.
And those are traits a Cupid shouldn’t technically possess.
When Leigh’s murderer is the next assignment, revenge stands in the way of helping Natalie McIntyre find her perfect partner…
That is until the appearance of the blue spark.
Warning: Contains strong language
I received this book from the author to review and, even though it’s not the type of book I usually opt for, I have to say it was an enjoyable read.
“10 Ways to Kill a Cupid” is told in 1st person narrative, from Leigh’s perspective, and it tells about Leigh’s attempts at being a Cupid while finding the soul mate of one of the most despicable people of the planet. Basically, Leigh tells us that once you die you can be either an Angel, a Reaper or a Cupid. The role of Cupid seems to suit Leigh best, but things get tough when her assignment is to help Natalie find her soul mate. Natalie is a hard character to like at the beginning of the book, she’s depicted as one of the most hateful people one could encounter and Leigh doesn’t have any qualms about expressing her resentment toward her.