Kalliope lives with one purpose.
As an immortal muse, she doesn't have any other choice. It's part of how she was made. Musicians, artists, actors - they use her to advance their art, and she uses them to survive. She moves from one artist to the next, never staying long enough to get attached. But all she wants is a different life - a normal one. She's spent thousands of years living lie after lie, and now she's ready for something real.
Sweet, sexy, and steady, Wilder Bell feels more real than anything else in her long existence. And most importantly, he's not an artist. He doesn't want her for her ability. But she can't turn off the way she influences people, not even to save a man she might love. Because in small doses, she can help make something beautiful, but her ability has just as much capacity to destroy as it does to create. The longer she stays, the more obsessed Wilder will become. It's happened before, and it never turns out well for the mortal.
Her presence may inspire genius.
But it breeds madness, too.
Inspire is the first book in The Muse series and is intended for listeners 18+!
©2014 Cora Carmack (P)2015 Cora Carmack
I would have liked to have a parallel version to be able to read the things I misunderstood
Kai's performances are always on point.
I stayed up past my bedtime to listen just a little more.
Not usually my style of book but it had enough drama and intrigue to make me want to see what happened next.
First off, I love Cora Carmack's books. This one has everything. Good plot. Epic love story. Supernatural backdrop. Be warned, there is a massive cliffhanger...but it's an awesome one.
The narrator does a good job.
and Wilder? OMG. He is perfect. One of my favorite book boyfriends ever. His love for Calliope is truly heart melting. He never gives up on her, not once, and I absolutely love that about him.
The next book Inflict should be out soon and I've been anxiously awaiting it for so long.
I recommend this to anyone who loves a compelling romance with a side of Greek mythology.
This book was a little slow to start, I not sure if it was because I listened to it instead of reading it but I almost stopped. I am glad that I did not, while not a five star book it was an enjoyable book right up to the end. I hate when the book ends before the story that they were telling is finished. I know have to get the second book to find out what happens.
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