Eros (Olympian, Book 1) by Helen Harper PDF
By Helen Harper
William Shakespeare as soon as wrote that, “Cupid is a knavish lad, therefore to make bad women mad.” the difficulty is that Cupid himself may most likely agree… As most likely the final individual on this planet who’d savour hearts, vegetation and romance, Coop is confident that real love doesn’t exist – that is quite unlucky contemplating he’s often referred to as Cupid, the God of affection. He’d really spend his days consuming, womanising and customarily having as a lot enjoyable as he attainable can. so far as he’s involved, capturing individuals with bolts of natural love is a waste of his time…but then his course crosses with that of shy and retiring Skye Sawyer and not anything will ever be relatively an analogous back. Eros is a seductive re-telling of the vintage Greek fable, Cupid and Psyche.
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And Pol, captivated by the charm of her voice as well as the freshness of her person, felt a sudden and acute loneliness. He forgot his reply as soon as he uttered it, and he spent the next several minutes admiring her. As they rose to leave, Ibal leaned forward and whispered, “The hair—I’m serious. You’d best correct it soon, or the initiation officials may think you flippant. At any other time, of course, it would not matter. ” Pol nodded, wondering at the simplest way to deal with it. ” “Very good.
It was the voices of Ibal’s servants which had awakened him, as they moved about packing their gear, making ready to decamp. Pol raised his hands to his temples, trying to recall how much he had drunk… “Who are you? ” He turned his head, saw Mouseglove standing arms akimbo, staring at him. ” he asked, raising his fingertips to search it. ” “Listen to my voice. Don’t you recognize it? ” “Oh…I see. Yes, it is. ” Pol got up and began gathering his things. ” He searched the ground for signs of his visitor, but it was a rocky place and there were none.
But you’ve never had this problem? ” “No. ” “Unusual. Perhaps you had your origin in some massive natural disaster. ” “I don’t remember anything like that. ” “Hm. ” “I suppose so. ” “I don’t think so, not just by itself. ” “Storms can help, too. ” “Do? ” We reached the peak, acquired another load, began the return trip. “You must have a name. Everything does. ” “You really are naive, aren’t you? The old ones are the ancient demons from the days that men have forgotten, ages ago. Fortunately for them, their names have also been forgotten, so that they dwell largely untroubled by sorcerers, in distant grottoes, upon far peaks, in the hearts of volcanoes, in places at the ocean’s bottom.
Eros (Olympian, Book 1) by Helen Harper