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Stolen Hearts: The Love of Eros and Psyche

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In the time of myths and legends......Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of beauty, has grown jealous of a young girl named Psyche. She is envious of the praise being heaped upon the mortal girl for her splendour. The goddess decides to dispatch her mischievous son Eros, the god of love, to perform a nasty trick.When the trick goes awry, Eros finds himself falling in love with ...more
Kindle Edition, 88 pages
Published February 1st 2011 by Campfire Graphic Novels
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Jul 16, 2014 Dilara rated it liked it
It was really cheesy. I'm not sure if it is correct to define this greek mythology based graphic novel as "cheesy" but it was just is, ugh i don't know. It's about Eros and Psyche, what was i even expecting? Ugh Aphrodite, so pretentious... I almost gave it 2 stars but because of amazing quality of drawings i gave it 3 stars. Is nice if you like over-lovely kind of love stories.
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