Related not to Greek or Roman mythology, but to Norse mythology. Queen Ran, Norse goddess of the deep, prefers her men
prepared like a platter of meat--Raw. After casting her magic net into the
ocean, she snares quite a catch to sate her sexual pleasures. She is determined
to tame the strong-willed Viking using the darkest means of seduction that she
Viktor Bjornsson will not go down without a fight. After
all, he is a fierce Viking who will not show weakness under any circumstances.
In order to save his crew from death, he makes a deal with the infamous Queen
Ran. He is escorted to her castle for a sexual feast that no red-blooded Viking
Soon the power struggle begins, paving the way to dark
desires that seethe within both predator and prey. Join Viktor on his erotic
journey filled with passion and fantasy. Who will win the battle of control?
Note to Reader: Raw: Episode I - Enslaved by Lust is the
beginning of a four-part series.
Related to Greek mythology... I am, myself, excited to read this one. Sounds interesting, perhaps even good. When her lover Theseus deserts her on an island, Princess
Ariadne of Crete wishes to forget her betrayal-filled past. Dionysus answers
her prayers, seducing her with his godly wiles and delivering mind-shattering
ecstasy. However, when he reveals that she's his bride as foretold in a
prophecy, she has to take a leap of faith, once more leaving her heart
vulnerable to another, or live out the rest of her life on the island alone.
They were a group, generally cited at about seven main members, of English painters, photographers, poets, and critics in the mid-19th century who wanted to return to a artistic world full detail, vivid color, and complex opera. Though normally identified as a brotherhood, there were a number of female members - most poets. And, the best part about them... they loved romance of the classical period. They created some of the most interesting, beautiful and intriguing works of art and literature.
Below are some examples which have inspired me. Hopefully, you too can find some inspiration in the depths of this frigid and bleary winter.