Eros

Eros William Shakespeare once wrote that Cupid is a knavish lad thus to make poor females mad The trouble is that Cupid himself would probably agree As probably the last person in the world who d appreci

  • Title: Eros
  • Author: Helen Harper
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • William Shakespeare once wrote that, Cupid is a knavish lad, thus to make poor females mad The trouble is that Cupid himself would probably agree As probably the last person in the world who d appreciate hearts, flowers and romance, Coop is convinced that true love doesn t exist which is rather unfortunate considering he s also known as Cupid, the God of Love He d raWilliam Shakespeare once wrote that, Cupid is a knavish lad, thus to make poor females mad The trouble is that Cupid himself would probably agree As probably the last person in the world who d appreciate hearts, flowers and romance, Coop is convinced that true love doesn t exist which is rather unfortunate considering he s also known as Cupid, the God of Love He d rather spend his days drinking, womanising and generally having as much fun as he possible can As far as he s concerned, shooting people with bolts of pure love is a waste of his time but then his path crosses with that of shy and retiring Skye Sawyer and nothing will ever be quite the same again Eros is a seductive re telling of the classic Greek myth, Cupid and Psyche.

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    1. THE REVIEWWhy this book I m obsessed with this myth latelyWhat I thoughtThis is a modern day retelling of The Cupid Psyche myth this is most unique retelling yet It was a fun retelling not my favorite it definitely was an adult retelling which was new The characters were kinda unlikable to me though not all the time, but I did find myself getting annoyed with them Oh and I can t express how much I hated Apollo If you like Greek mythology you should give this one a try though.


    2. An interesting and fun mix of modern with Greek myths I did really like the tasks our intrepid h, Skye had to perform to be thought acceptable to Aphrodite Though it was a bit crazy MIL of her, she did seem to love her son Cupid, but was hoodwinked by Apollo all the way through But then again that was the Greek Gods for you.Will be reading the next one, out later this year.



    3. This book was just cute as can be I love Harper s modern interpretation of the Greek myth I found the characters appealing and the writing definitely on par with Harper s other works I love her writing style A great read for a break from super serious stuff where everyone is angst y or, as my 14 year old would say, triggered.



    4. This book is a retelling of the story of Cupid and Psyche in present day times I really liked the mixture of this ancient tale with modern day concept such as nightclubs and air travel The concept of Cupid becoming bored with his job and disbelieving in the concept of love and then finding it in an unlikely place was lovely to read about I found it hilarious when it is explained that Coop has modernised the bow and arrow into a love gun The concept of love being blind is also something that I re [...]


    5. 4 Star Book Review Eros by Helen HarperEros is a modern re telling of the Cupid and Psyche myth Cupid, or Coop as he prefers to be called, has become disillusioned with love and believes that true love doesn t exist if he has to make it happen Skye unknowingly ends up in the middle of a fight between Coop and Apollo, and suddenly she s thrown into a world of epic proportions and finds true love in the most unexpected way But Aphrodite won t let just anyone have her son s heart Only someone she d [...]


    6. I can t even remember the last time I gave a book one star Unimaginative and inconsistent with the accepted mythology, coupled with bland characters Cupid is self centred which is fine, Greek Gods generally are Apollo on the other hand is a liar, and given his role as God of Truth who cannot speak a lie there would have been much better gods to pit against Skye and Cupid, Zeus for one who is well known to be led by his lust and not above deception.Apart from that complaint I can t really work ou [...]


    7. This is a quite straightforward modern day re telling of the Eros and Psyche myth The question is not what s going to happen but how is it going to happen I did rather wonder how someone so well read as the heroine didn t know how to gather the wool of the golden sheep Also, why does Cupid have a variation of his Roman name when all the other gods have Greek names But generally the characters were fun to read, and the main characters exchanges of quotations were entertaining And the solutions fo [...]


    8. Despite my love for traditional Greek Myths, this modernized version is my new favorite The way it swayed with the modern times while hanging on to the traditional story is captivating beyond compare The first chapter hooked me into reading the whole book I have fallen in love with Coop the moment he spoke with cockiness in his words Good job, Ms Harper This is a must read book, again and again.


    9. Funny sweet and makes you go awwwI ve read a lot of books in my life and I love when I run across an original one that keeps me entertained This book has an original take on an old story What happens when people that were so opposite fall in love and even when one didn t believe in love and is Cupid Nice story flowed well and I thoroughly enjoyed I hope others do as well.


    10. I really enjoyed this, it s an fun retelling of the myth I really liked the new personalities given to the mythical characters and Skye was was a great heroine I also liked that it was a romance where the female main character doesn t spend the whole time thinking how hot the love interest is


    11. I just read the finished Helen Harper s Olympiana series and found them a amazing as her other books this series is a fun twist on the Greek Gods This review was originally posted on Books In Brogan


    12. A very good love storyA very good love storyI really love this story because it proofs that true love is worth fighting for and that you are willing to do anything to keep it That you will go through the trails and even to Hades and back for the one you truly love.


    13. I finding hard to believe Helen Harper wrote this as I consider myself a fan of hers Eros is t it My expectations were so high and it seems half way through the plot went on a tangent Sorry Helen, not liking this one.


    14. Not my favorite of Harper s works The chemistry between the characters didn t jive for me and the plot seemed muddled The addition of the unimaginatively retold Cupid and Psyche myth didn t do much to help.


    15. Great take on Cupid and Psyche story Some parts made me laugh, other parts made me wonderncible love sceneyah take that lol.




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