A review by wyvernfriend
Aphrodite's Flame by Julie Kenner


Mordi is getting a reputation for being a dedicated hunter of bad guys, trying to prove himself as being free of his father, the worlds most super villain. He and Isole are called to assess his father's honesty about wanting to turn a a new leaf. There are plots within plots and plans within plans and it will take the two of them to work together, but can they trust each other long enough to save the day and to solve the puzzle? What are they going to do about the growing attraction?

It's a chick-lit romance novel and there are some very predictable moments here, nothing serious, a park-your-brain read.