That Fatal Kiss by Mina Lobo

That Fatal KissMina Lobo’s debut Adult Mythical Romance Novel, That Fatal Kiss, promises to be an enticing read! In fact, it was our mutual love of Greek Mythology, witty banter and general dislike of mornings that labeled me a fan!

Inspiring Soundtrack: ▶ Antonio Pinto Love in the Time of Cholera Soundtrack Love

Mina Lobo has long held a passion for Greek mythology. The story of the goddess Persephone’s marriage-by-kidnap to Hades, Lord of the Underworld, has particularly fascinated her, and thus came about Mina’s debut novel, That Fatal Kiss. Coming September 2013, the revisionist tale features a fiery and noble heroine, a handsome and broody hero, and some heated, earth-shakin’ lovin’!

Given Mina’s self-professed neurotic nature, it took her and cover artist Steven Novak a few go-arounds before settling on the cover design for That Fatal Kiss. It had to be curiously compelling, slightly spooky, and yet super sexy—and so it is!

The compelling story:

Feared by mortals for his inexorable power, and loathed by his fellow Greek gods for the same, Hades rules the Underworld alone.  A stark eternity looms before him until he discovers Persephone. Struck by the youthful goddess’ beauty, kindness, and spirit, he must have her. But Hades believes Persephone could never love him, and so he conspires with his powerful brother, Zeus, to take her by force.

Persephone too seeks a mate but her possessive mother, the goddess Demeter, frustrates her husband hunting. Then Hades abducts Persephone, tearing her away from the Upperworld she loves to reign with him in the dank depths below. Though outraged, Persephone cannot deny the desire ignited within her by the dark lord’s touch. And even as she hopes that Demeter will unearth her, Persephone aches to surrender to the heat in Hades’ immortal soul.

Excerpt:

“Enough,” Hades said, closing the distance between them. “I have taken you with your father’s consent, as custom allows. You are in my kingdom, under my rule, and if you have any care for your continued well-being, you will get into my bed. Now.” And with the removal of the pins that held together the black cloth about his waist, he stood naked before her.

The anger warming Persephone clashed with another fire that roared to life within her. She choked on a breath and turned her face from him. “Be warned; I will resist you with the full force of my being, through violent means, if necessary.”

His large, unyielding hands encircled the soft flesh of her upper arms as he said, “If you must. Though your surrender to me would prove more satisfying to us both.

Mina LoboAuthor Mina Lobo

Mina Lobo has a lot of Scorpio action going on in her natal chart, which makes for a rather sybaritic and lust-driven Sagittarian. She aims for a wildly successful future as a writer of dark and whimsical romance while dodging the slings and arrows of her outrageous teenaged son, who’s buggered off to college (hence the “Lite” in her Twitter handle, below). She enjoys comedic horror and alt rock, goth, & new wave music, as well as quality Belgian chocolates.

Mina invites you to keep abreast of updates regarding That Fatal Kiss, as well as the development of any new neuroses, by stalking her at her usual haunts:

Her blog: Some Dark Romantic
On Facebook: mina.lobo.1
On the Twitter: @GothMomLite
And GothMomLite Will Tumblr For Ya as well

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© 2013 Mina Lobo

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5 thoughts on “That Fatal Kiss by Mina Lobo

  1. SAM! That piece is GORGEOUS! I LOVE IT! Hey, the composer, Antonio Pinto – is he of Portuguese descent? ‘Cause that’s a Portuguese name, if I ever heard one! Thanks for providing my cover reveal with this sensuous soundtrack; it’s really perfect. 🙂

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  2. Hi Samantha and Mina,

    Dear Mina, the cover is amazing. The premise to your book. most compelling. I’m in total admiration to you, Mina. To have achieved this dream of yours, deserves kudos on so many emotional levels.

    Thank you for sharing this, Samantha.

    Much respect and kindness to you both.

    Gary 🙂

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