When Aphrodite punished Nemesis for stealing Eros' bow and arrow by shooting her with it, Pan interfered and the arrow ended up piercing them both. Now Pan and Nemesis are together and having a grand old time. But neither knows how the other truly feels and they dread the day the arrow's spell wears off.

The more familiar you are with mythology, the more you will understand and enjoy this story. The third in a series, it has a fine plot and good characterization. The sex is very explicit, and some readers may be put off by Pan, who is described as much like a human in size and looks, yet he still has hooves, horns and wooly legs. (dl $5.95)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley