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Feature book: Calling Calliope

19 November 2014

Calling CalliopeCalling Calliope by Maggie Mitchell

This is the second book in the Muses Across Times series and I loved it. This is Calliope’s story. She and her sisters have been missing for six months and Callie’s husband Oeagus, who is King of Thrace, has been searching for her with no luck. One of her sisters has been found. Terpsichore was found in Australia with the help of Eros. Gus then calls in Eros to help with the search for Calliope and this starts a sensual, hot, passionate journey that will have you turning the pages.

Eros finds Callie in Australia, helping out at a shelter for battered women, but she has no memory of who she is or that she is happily married. She is content and very happy with her job at the moment. She loves helping people, although she would love her memory back. So when this huge wonderfully handsome man arrives and tells her he is her husband, Callie assumes there is a reason for them not being together. She stands her ground with him, but is not afraid of him either so there must be something between them. The spark is strong but Gus is determined to win her back. He knows he must do it slowly and very carefully, especially in this strange land as he cannot use magic like he is used to doing. He takes her out for coffee, which Callie has decided is her favourite drink, and visits her in her dreams with very sensual results. Callie starts to recall some parts of her memory.

When Callie is in danger from a violent criminal and her and little Jack are kidnapped, Gus does what he must to protect Callie and her friends. This convinces Callie that Gus and she are in love and, with Eros’s help, Callie’s memory returns. And although they return to their own land, both Callie and Gus have learnt a lot and are determined to visit often. This story is a hot and sexy adventure across time and one not to be missed. I am very much looking forward to the next one in the series.

Reviewed by Helen S

A review copy of the book was provided by the author.

  1. 19 November 2014 9:28 pm

    Thanks Helen 😊, and yes, it was a lot of fun to write Cassandra😊

  2. helensibbritt permalink
    19 November 2014 1:36 pm

    This too is a great read 🙂

    Have Fun

  3. cassandrasamuels permalink
    19 November 2014 10:27 am

    Who doesn’t love an amnesia story? Throw in the alternate world and I’m there.

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