Eurydice has a difficult decision to make - choose a brief but perfect love, foretold to end in tragedy, or resign herself to a pleasant partnership that could potentially last forever. Not only does she find herself torn between two men, but also between a friend who would be hurt by one choice and gods who would be infuriated by the other. What's a poor Naiad to do? You may think you know the tale of Orpheus and his lyre, but you've never heard it told like this, from the perspective of the woman who loved him, with an ending that will leave your heart singing.
I enjoyed Selena Kitt's other two mythology romances, The Surrender of Persephone and Blind Date, and I enjoyed this one too. It's the story of Orpheus and his love, Eurydice, with a twist ending I didn't quite see coming but I thought was very clever. The sex is hot and the story kept me listening to the end. I'd like to see a sequel to find out what happens to the other two side characters!
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awful? sickeningly sweet and mindless nonsense. just awful. I wont be able to eat anything for a week.story is insipid am
nd performance is worse.