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The Soul of Love

The Soul of Love

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E.X.  Alexander By EXAlexander Updated 3 days ago

Eros, primordial god of love, has been hiding in plain sight since the primordialomachy. He and the gods of old have been biding their time, assuming the identities of gods of the Greek pantheon, waiting for the time when they will rise again and take back what was stolen from them. For eons, Eros has been looking for his lost soulmate, her return marks the beginning of end of the Olympians and the return of the primordial gods. But Eros' soulmate is reborn a mortal, with no memory of Eros.
                     "Psyche, make your choice now. I only have so much control and I have waited so long for you that I cannot continue to let you touch me without taking you. So choose, do I stay or do I go?"
                  Psyche stilled at his words. Feeling that something fragile and precious would be lost if she allowed him to leave this night she made her decision.   "Stay."
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                      If you enjoy The Soul of Love, check out its prequel, The Wind and the Flower.  It tells the love story of Zephyrus and Khloris.

Maplejay Maplejay 3 days ago
I feel like this is implying that the snake became... his snake... But that'd be a little odd so I'll stop now
Your language, the words you use, the grammar. I don't know why anybody won't be hooked from the prologue itself. The prologue holds promise.
And no, I didn't think that the prologue was too long. It was perfect. But then I'm just 18 so I might be wrong.
vampirediaries101 vampirediaries101 Jul 11, 2016
Very interresting prologue and a unique and different look on greek mythology that i havent seen before
adorablewreck adorablewreck Aug 10, 2016
great start to the book! Can't wait to read more,most stories don't have a prologue so I think it's amazing that you added one :)
I really liked the prologue in general, but I think it went on for too long. Maybe do a shorter, summerised version instead. :-)