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A mythical love story from the classics

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...a god's love for a mortal woman....

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Aphrodite, the goddess of Beauty, has blessed the mortal girl Psyche with a lovely face that captivates the admiration of all who seeher. Psyche, however, offends the goddess by thinking more of winning her malicious sisters' approval than of the gifts the goddess has given her.

Although the oracle of Apollo promised Psyche a marvelous marriage to someone "not human," Aphrodite resolves to destroy her happiness by asking her son Eros, the god of Love, to punish Psyche with a life of lovelessness.

Aphrodite's plans go wrong when Eros accidentally wounds himself with his own arrow while attempting to carry out his mother's will, falling in love with the woman his mother hates.

Knowing that his mother doesn't approve and torn between the two women he loves most, Eros pursues Psyche by deceiving his mother and concealing his identify from Psyche.

Perplexed by Eros' invisibility and his passion for her, Psyche is tempted by her jealous sisters to sabotage her romance.

Psyche must choose between betrayal and fidelity and suffer the consequences of her decision, just as Eros must connive to win her love and the approval of his mother. Both of them must be put to the test in order to find their heart's desire.

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...a god's love for a mortal woman....

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Aphrodite, the goddess of Beauty, has blessed the mortal girl Psyche with a lovely face that captivates the admiration of all who seeher. Psyche, however, offends the goddess by thinking more of winning her malicious sisters' approval than of the gifts the goddess has given her.

Although the oracle of Apollo promised Psyche a marvelous marriage to someone "not human," Aphrodite resolves to destroy her happiness by asking her son Eros, the god of Love, to punish Psyche with a life of lovelessness.

Aphrodite's plans go wrong when Eros accidentally wounds himself with his own arrow while attempting to carry out his mother's will, falling in love with the woman his mother hates.

Knowing that his mother doesn't approve and torn between the two women he loves most, Eros pursues Psyche by deceiving his mother and concealing his identify from Psyche. 

Perplexed by Eros' invisibility and his passion for her, Psyche is tempted by her jealous sisters to sabotage her romance.

Psyche must choose between betrayal and fidelity and suffer the consequences of her decision, just as Eros must connive to win her love and the approval of his mother. Both of them must be put to the test in order to find their heart's desire.
PO Box 1223, Conifer, CO 80433

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A mythical love story from the classics

...a god's love for a mortal woman....

​​​​​​​
Aphrodite, the goddess of Beauty, has blessed the mortal girl Psyche with a lovely face that captivates the admiration of all who seeher. Psyche, however, offends the goddess by thinking more of winning her malicious sisters' approval than of the gifts the goddess has given her.

Although the oracle of Apollo promised Psyche a marvelous marriage to someone "not human," Aphrodite resolves to destroy her happiness by asking her son Eros, the god of Love, to punish Psyche with a life of lovelessness.

Aphrodite's plans go wrong when Eros accidentally wounds himself with his own arrow while attempting to carry out his mother's will, falling in love with the woman his mother hates.

Knowing that his mother doesn't approve and torn between the two women he loves most, Eros pursues Psyche by deceiving his mother and concealing his identify from Psyche. 

Perplexed by Eros' invisibility and his passion for her, Psyche is tempted by her jealous sisters to sabotage her romance.

Psyche must choose between betrayal and fidelity and suffer the consequences of her decision, just as Eros must connive to win her love and the approval of his mother. Both of them must be put to the test in order to find their heart's desire.
PO Box 1223, Conifer, CO 80433

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