Saturday, March 29, 2014

Eros (Olympiana) by Helen Harper Review

Title: Eros
Series: Olympiana
Author: Helen Harper
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Pages: 333
Price: $4.99
Thoughts: Awesome, fast-paced read.

Book Synopsis:

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 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.


I literally fell in love with this story from the first few pages. Helen Harper has created such an amazing tale. This book is incredibly fast-paced and impossible to put down. If you love retellings of stories of old, you're going to love Eros by Helen Harper.

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