The Song of Orpheus

The Song of Orpheus Orpheus returns from war to discover Eurydice has been faithful to him only to lose her again to tragedy Determined to get her back he ventures to the Underworld armed with nothing but his famous ly

  • Title: The Song of Orpheus
  • Author: Selena Kitt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 125
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Orpheus returns from war to discover Eurydice has been faithful to him, only to lose her again to tragedy Determined to get her back, he ventures to the Underworld armed with nothing but his famous lyre.

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      Published :2019-05-09T00:08:54+00:00

    About " Selena Kitt "

  • Selena Kitt

    Selena Kitt is a NEW YORK TIMES bestselling and award winning author of erotic and romance fiction She is one of the highest selling erotic writers in the business with over two million books sold Her writing embodies everything from the spicy to the scandalous, but watch out this kitty also has sharp claws and her stories often include intriguing edges and twists that take readers to new, thought provoking depths When she s not pawing away at her keyboard, Selena runs an innovative publishing company excessica and bookstore excitica , as well as two erotica and erotic romance promotion companies excitesteam and excitespice and is now head of the Erotica Readers and Writers Association erotica readers.Her books EcoErotica 2009 , The Real Mother Goose 2010 and Heidi and the Kaiser 2011 were all Epic Award Finalists Her only gay male romance, Second Chance, won the Epic Award in Erotica in 2011 Her story, Connections, was one of the runners up for the 2006 Rauxa Prize, given annually to an erotic short story of exceptional literary quality She can be reached on her website at selenakitt


  • So, I didn't know what the story was before I read the book, but considering what the authour can do with fairytales, I knew I wouldn't be disappointedI almost went to the 5 star rating, but something held me back. 5 stars are books I readily and easily re-read, sometimes as soon as I finish, and this one set with me for a bit. I think it was our heroines fascination with Ari, but of course, that was needed, still, I liked her a little less. Now Ari's story, I want the authour to tell me that on [...]

  • Angelique’s Review “The Song of Orpheus” tells the heartbreaking tale of Orpheus, the Greek God of Music, and the nymph Eurydice. Ms. Kitt captures the emotion, both the pleasure of their love and pain of loss, in this wonderful book.The story is teeming with characters from Greek mythology, both good and bad, who stay true to the history books. Eurydice has the playfulness of a nymph, but also the weaknesses of a woman. She is crafted so well on the page it is almost as if you could reach [...]

  • This is a really good story told with an erotic twist as only Selena Kitt can do it. I have loved every Selena Kitt story I have picked up and this is no exception! She is truly a master at adding just enough steam to make the story move forward and keep you interested without crossing the line to porn. I am always intrigued at how she builds her characters to the point where you feel like they are right there with you encouraging you to turn the page and finish their stories. This is an author [...]

  • Wow. I loved this story. Always one of my favorites from Greek mythology, Ms. Kitt skillfully takes the tale to a whole new level. The characters, Orpheus and Eurydice, were wonderfully drawn and their love depicted with such strengthpulled me in hook, line, and sinker, and made this such a fun read.Story- GreatCharacters- Loved them allSex- HOT!Writing- TerrificThe story might not appeal to everyone, but it's one I will certainly reread and keep at the top of my shelf.

  • I wanted to be amazed. I kept wanting it to get better. I loved the characters and the plots. I thought the word choice and the sex scenes were stale. I found myself slogging through some parts. I loved my Greek Mythology class in high school but I plan to stick to books about people in the future.

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