The Surrender of Persephone

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Sheltered Persephone, Goddess of Spring, never gets to do anything- thanks to the suffocating love of her mother, Demeter. Sephie is being carefully groomed to follow in the footsteps of the two "virgin" goddesses, Athena and Artemis, and while they sure do have a lot of fun together, she longs for something deeper-and darker. When Aidon, the God of the Underworld-generally known as Hades-appears in his chariot to claim Persephone for his bride, the young goddess gets more than ...
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Overview

Sheltered Persephone, Goddess of Spring, never gets to do anything- thanks to the suffocating love of her mother, Demeter. Sephie is being carefully groomed to follow in the footsteps of the two "virgin" goddesses, Athena and Artemis, and while they sure do have a lot of fun together, she longs for something deeper-and darker. When Aidon, the God of the Underworld-generally known as Hades-appears in his chariot to claim Persephone for his bride, the young goddess gets more than she wished for.

Held captive in the Underworld, she suddenly longs to return to the safety and security of her mother's protection, but the dark and commanding Aidon binds her to him, claiming her bit by glorious bit as his own. Her coming of age is one of sexual awakening as she learns the bondage her new master imposes fulfills her darkest desires. Persephone finds herself submitting to and obeying Aidon's command and discovers being taken and consumed in the heat of passion by a man-a god-is what she was truly made for. Persephone can't deny her own nature, or her growing feelings for Aidon, as she submits to his domination and surrenders as his wife and prepares to rule as his Queen.

As she finally admits her own feelings, Persephone faces the looming specter of her history, which threatens to shatter the newly formed bonds between the couple. She must now face not only her past, but her present, and her future-no longer only the Goddess of Spring, but also as the wife of Aidon and Queen of the Underworld-and the choices she will be forced to make will change the world forever.

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Warnings: This title contains erotic situations, graphic language, lesbian (FFF) sex, bondage, spanking, branding and a multitude of drama and romance between the Queen of the Underworld and the god of her dreams.
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EXCERPT:

"You taste like liquid sunshine."

She giggled and blushed. He kissed her again, his tongue pressing between her lips, tasting her more deeply. Persephone pushed against his chest with her hands, fighting his passion, but it was a useless gesture. He slid his leg over hers, the weight of him crushing her.

"No!" She turned her head and gasped for breath, twisting beneath him. Her refusal made him rougher and he took her wrists in his hand, lifting them above her head as he sucked at the tender flesh of her throat. She felt the hard heat of his manhood against the soft flesh of her thigh and she shuddered, struggling for her freedom.

She willed herself to hold still while he tongued his way to her breasts. His mouth covered her delicate pink nipple, sucking hard. She arched her back, moaning, and she felt him smile. He let her wrists go so he could fill his hands with her breasts, kneading them, pressing them together.

Persephone held her breath, her eyes scanning the perimeter of the darkened room, looking for the hint of a door. She glimpsed a large bowl brimming with fruit on a table next to the bed.

His tongue traced circles down her belly and she opened her legs for him. He looked up at her in wonder, and she smiled. Grabbing her hips, he breathed in the scent of her before leaning in to taste the sweet nectar flowing between her legs. Persephone whimpered, ignoring the thought that she didn't want this. With his tongue moving there, she forgot everything. When his finger found the entrance to her heaven, she remembered, and found her strength.

Persephone's legs had all her leverage and she used them, planting her heels against his shoulders and pushing hard. She didn't succeed in moving him, but her body launched upwards on the bed. Rolling to the side, she bolted in the direction where Hypnos had disappeared. She heard him behind her as the handle slid in her hand. Locked! She turned, breathless, frantically searching for another exit. Then Aidon was upon her, his eyes blazing the color of fire.

He caught her arm, twisting it behind her and pressing her hard against the door. "Don't move!"

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Editorial Reviews

Candy Cay
Flaming, scorching, and sizzling are just a few of the adjectives to describe this story. Tingling and pulsating are a few other words the reader will feel as Aidon takes Persephone on a journey of sexual ecstasy. I was captivated by every page and consumed by every word. This is story no one should miss.
Dee .
The Surrender of Persephone provides us with a glimpse into a fascinating new underworld that leaves us panting for more. Selena Kitt mostly follows the story line of Greek Mythology, and to do so may ultimately expose more readers to both genre of Greek Myth-- and bondage. I’d love to see more Greek Mythology stories by Ms Kitt as they are written with an attention to detail and have captivating settings.
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Selena Kitt does a good job with the Greek myth, though her interpretations of the deities occasionally vary quite a bit from their original depictions in antiquity. She…nicely blends myths together to keep up a constant storyline, and the romance is heated with the occasional flavor of light BDSM. This story has a nice setting and is especially fun for fans of mythology.
Patrice .
Each encounter between Persephone and Aidon is lavishly lurid. Their exploits explode throughout the realm of the dead. This dark place becomes Sephie’s new playground and it’s interesting to watch her blossom into womanhood under Aidon’s dark mastery as she accepts her role as his wife and equal. Be warned. The sexual escapades are explicitly intense, equipped with instruments and acts to test your knowledge and comfort zone. I was thankful this pair falls deeply in love.
Goodreads - . .
Selena Kitt does a good job with the Greek myth, though her interpretations of the deities occasionally vary quite a bit from their original depictions in antiquity. She…nicely blends myths together to keep up a constant storyline, and the romance is heated with the occasional flavor of light BDSM. This story has a nice setting and is especially fun for fans of mythology.
Amazon - Candy Cay
Flaming, scorching, and sizzling are just a few of the adjectives to describe this story. Tingling and pulsating are a few other words the reader will feel as Aidon takes Persephone on a journey of sexual ecstasy. I was captivated by every page and consumed by every word. This is story no one should miss.
Amazon - Dee .
The Surrender of Persephone provides us with a glimpse into a fascinating new underworld that leaves us panting for more. Selena Kitt mostly follows the story line of Greek Mythology, and to do so may ultimately expose more readers to both genre of Greek Myth-- and bondage. I’d love to see more Greek Mythology stories by Ms Kitt as they are written with an attention to detail and have captivating settings.
Excessica - Patrice .
Each encounter between Persephone and Aidon is lavishly lurid. Their exploits explode throughout the realm of the dead. This dark place becomes Sephie’s new playground and it’s interesting to watch her blossom into womanhood under Aidon’s dark mastery as she accepts her role as his wife and equal. Be warned. The sexual escapades are explicitly intense, equipped with instruments and acts to test your knowledge and comfort zone. I was thankful this pair falls deeply in love.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452813394
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 5/3/2010
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 1,409,435
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 5.20 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Selena Kitt is a bestselling and award-winning author of erotic fiction. She is one of the highest selling erotic writers in the business. With half a million ebooks sold in 2011 alone, she is the cream-at-the-top of erotica!

Her writing embodies everything from the spicy to the scandalous, but watch out-this kitty also has sharp claws and her stories often include intriguing edges and twists that take readers to new, thought-provoking depths.

When she's not pawing away at her keyboard, Selena runs an innovative publishing company (www.excessica.com) and in her spare time, she devotes herself to her family-a husband and four children-and her growing organic garden. She also loves bellydancing and photography.

Her books EcoErotica (2009), The Real Mother Goose (2010) and Heidi and the Kaiser (2011) were all Epic Award Finalists. Her only gay male romance, Second Chance, won the Epic Award in Erotica in 2011. Her story, Connections, was one of the runners-up for the 2006 Rauxa Prize, given annually to an erotic short story of "exceptional literary quality," out of over 1,000 nominees, where awards are judged by a select jury and all entries are read "blind" (without author's name available.)

She can be reached on her website at www.selenakitt.com

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Read an Excerpt

"Mother!" Persephone rolled her eyes and flipped her long, honey-colored hair over her shoulder. "I'm not a child anymore!" She fingered the delicate golden heart dangling on a thin chain between her breasts, frowning as she opened the locket. It contained some magic Hephaestus had forged for her mother, with images of her and Demeter on either side. Persephone didn't want to seem ungrateful, but this was too much!

Demeter just smiled at her daughter and continued to separate the wheat from the chaff with quick, deft movements. "I know, darling. I just worry about you. Mothers worry. It's what we do."

"Don't you trust me?" Persephone crossed her arms over her chest.

"It's not you I worry about." Demeter's eyes narrowed just slightly as she gazed out the open window into the bright summer sun. "It's them."

"Them?" Persephone turned her head to look across the field, not at all recognizing the lurking monsters her mother clearly perceived. She just saw flowers and trees and a world full of brightness and exciting possibility. "Do you mean ... men?"

"Men." The older goddess spat the word, tucking a white-blonde strand of hair behind her ear, leaving golden pieces of wheat there. "They are never to be trusted. Men only want one thing."

Rolling her eyes again, Persephone went to the window and leaned against the ledge with a sigh. She had heard this lecture too many times to count and knew it by heart. Demeter spoke, but the young goddess didn't listen. Instead, she stared off into the distance and dreamed about faraway lands, handsome strangers, and daring adventure. The chain around her neck was supposed to keep her safe from the hands of men, but Persephonewasn't so sure she wanted to be kept safe. Fingering the heart, she wondered what magic made it work.

She tuned back into her mother's voice: "...even your own father, Zeus himself, has taken maidens at his whim. You are my only daughter, Persephone. You can't understand how precious you are to me."

Persephone gritted her teeth and closed her eyes for a moment, glad her mother couldn't see her face. Then she had a thought. "What happens if I lose it?"

"It's an unbreakable chain," Demeter explained. "Hephaestus promised me it would keep you safe."

"But how does it work?" the young goddess insisted, turning the heart over in her fingers.

"It's imbued with a mother's love." The older goddess approached her daughter, wrapping her arms around her waist from behind and resting her chin on her shoulder. "Do not seek to test it. I promise you, it will keep every man who seeks to defile you at bay."

Just what I need, Persephone thought as her mother's lips pressed her cheek. Yet another restriction on my freedom. She had never been with a man and, thanks to her mother, hadn't had the opportunity to meet many of them. Still, the ones she had chanced upon had struck her as ... very interesting.

Of course, she couldn't tell her mother. Instead, she turned and hugged Demeter, kissing the older goddess' dry cheek. "Thank you, Mother. I'm supposed to meet Artemis and Athena in the meadow."

Demeter moved back and let her daughter go, still smiling. "I'd tell you to be careful ... but I don't have to any longer!"

Persephone didn't answer as she shut the door behind her and started walking down the pathway into the woods. Beyond the thick huddle of trees, she knew Athena and Artemis would be waiting. Maybe she should talk to them about it. They might have some deeper wisdom to share.

She found herself so lost in thought she didn't notice the hand reaching out to tug at the back of her robe. Turning, she found herself face-to-face with a man.

"Ah, there is the delectable Goddess of Spring!" His voice rumbled low in his barrel chest, and his smile lined deeply at the corners. His salt-and-pepper hair and beard showed his human age clearly. "You will be pleased to make my acquaintance, young Persephone. I am Pirithous, King of Lapiths, Argonaut extraordinaire!"

"You startled me!" Persephone took a step back, her hand at her throat. She wasn't used to people coming so close to her mother's cottage. Demeter's refuge remained hidden from human eyes, a secret to the world of men. How did he find me and how does he know my name?

"Your father has told me a great deal of you." Pirithous smiled warmly at her, reaching for her arm. "There is no daughter of Zeus more worthy of my attention, so I hear."

Hesitating, Persephone glanced back and no longer saw her mother's home and knew Demeter couldn't see them, either. She touched the necklace at her throat and wondered how it was meant to protect her. Surely it would let her know if this man meant her harm.

"I am meeting friends." She nodded toward the field up ahead.

"You will love my kingdom." He went on as if she hadn't even spoken. "We are a fertile land, and I am a rich king. There are plenty of fields of flowers for you to pick, of course. When you aren't ... otherwise occupied." His smile widened and he looped his arm through hers and began to walk. She stumbled after him, trying to keep up. "I had hoped to talk to your mother as well, but I couldn't resist telling you first."

"First?" She glanced up at him, puzzled.

"Yes." He slowed his pace to match hers, looking down at her. His eyes brightened and crinkled at the corners. "Persephone, you are the most beautiful daughter of Zeus. Certainly the most captivating and the one whom, you will be happy to hear, I have deemed the most worthy."

"Th--thank you." She flushed, swallowing hard. "Worthy of ... what?"

"This is a lovely trinket." His thick fingers reached over to touch the locket around her neck. "But not nearly as beautiful as you, my dear." Looking down, Persephone frowned at the necklace. It's supposed to protect me? Do I need protecting from this man? "My own dear wife, Hippodamia, has passed on..." He sighed, his pace slowing even further as they made their way down the tree-lined path toward the field.

"I'm sorry to hear it."

"Yes, well, it leaves me wanting a companion." Pirithous stopped, taking both of Persephone's small hands into his. "And I find myself wanting you. There is none so worthy of my attention as you, goddess."

She blinked at him, still not understanding. He can't possibly mean--

"I came here today to ask you to be my bride, Persephone." He looked as if he were bestowing a great gift upon her, his chest puffed up, his chin proud.

Oh by the gods, he can't be serious! She stared, open-mouthed, and then--she couldn't help it--she laughed. The bright sound carried far. She covered her mouth with her hand to keep it from escaping, but it was no use. The thought she should marry this old man! Nothing short of someone telling her the world was round could have proved more ludicrous to her!

"I'm sorry..." Her apology disappeared in another gale of laughter. His face had turned a deep shade of red, his eyes narrowing to slits. "Forgive me. I didn't mean to offend you. It's just ... just..." She burst into another fit of giggles.

"Do you believe yourself too good for me, young goddess?" His kind face turned into a terrible sneer. Persephone's laugh faded and she took a step back, bumping up against a tree as he advanced. "I may not be a god, but I am a king, and I more than deserve a wife who is the daughter of Zeus!"

"Please..." Persephone could back up no further, her back pressed against the trunk of the tree. Pirithous tilted her trembling chin up with his hand, his eyes blazing with hurt pride. "I didn't mean to--"

"You will be mine." His mouth crushed down on hers. Persephone struggled in his grasp as his meaty tongue forced its way past her teeth.

She beat at him and cried out in desperation, "Help! Mother!" Suddenly an incredible heat glowed against her chest and a blue flash burst from her locket. Pirithous flew backward from her with a cry of both pain and rage, clutching his heart. His shocked eyes met hers, and they both looked at the small bauble hanging from the chain around her neck. It now glowed blue around the edges.

"My mother gave me this." Incredulous, Persephone felt its heat when she lifted the locket in her hand. "For protection."

"I will have you!" His face twisted in anger as he struggled to his feet. When he lunged for her, they both saw the white-blue arc flare out from the necklace, strike him, and force him backward. She didn't wait for him to get up. Lifting the hem of her robe, she ran for the open field ahead.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2011

    Wow

    I bought this because I have studied the Persephone myth extensively in several English courses in college, and I was intrigued by an erotica based around said myth. I wasn't expecting much, given my past experiences with erotica; most I have seen tend to be juvenile, poorly written, and focus more on generic body parts than on creating a powerful scene as a whole. This, however, totally knocked my socks off. Not only is it steamy, with plenty of truly well-written sex scenes that are far more that just heaving and thrusting, but the characters are well-thought-out and multi-dimensional. The descriptions of the setting and world are spectacular, and the universe is peopled with numerous secondary characters along with the main ones, adding depth. This author has talent and has brought it to bear in this work. I found it truly enjoyable. Best of all, it isn't one of those 10 page quickie things they sell on here so often...this is a full-length book!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 15, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    Another great story by Kitt

    I have always loved Greek mythology perhaps for the eroticism that naturally exist in them, and so to no surprised, I was thrilled to read Selena Kitt's interpretation of a classic story that supplied all the details my imagination implied. This book is classified as erotica, more specifically BDSM, so I would recommend that if this is not your cup of tea, perhaps this is not the book for you. However, speaking to those who enjoy a good spanking or two...this book is a very satisfying read and highly recommended!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2011

    Pretty Good

    The book was pretty good. Worth the read but what happened to the ending? It just dropped! Sex was good but the ending was truly disappointing because there was none.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2013

    Save your money

    No character development. No real story. This book had so much potential but failed miserably. Hades was a was not the strong, arrogant God that hid a deep personal torment like I always imagined but instead was a wuss and a fool. Persephone was gave into him without even putting up a fight. The sex was average but with no tension or passion between the two it fell flat. I give it 4 yawns.

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  • Posted August 4, 2013

    Was alright, but would not read over and over again....

    I do know the original Greek story, but this was the sexed up version, and yes there was a lot of sex, a lot. I hate to say there was too much sex, but to me there was and that is saying a lot.... ;(
    If you enjoy BDSM you might get a few new ideas about what to do, but other than that, it is a Greek myth done in a new light.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2013

    Blew me away! I could not stop reading this novel! Excellent plo

    Blew me away! I could not stop reading this novel!
    Excellent plot, stayed to the classic myth of Hades and Persephone, including every character introduced and played. I like how this author takes concepts and plays them all out!
    This novel is very well wrote! I gave a copy to my sister, who enjoys this novel so much, she re-reads it on her spare time away from work!
    Excellent Erotic Novel! Every sex scene is perfect and has complete meaning behind it each time, where you can follow in and not loose what is happening in the scenes!
    Enticing descriptions always being used, who couldn't like this kind of erotic novel?
    Wonderful novel! Definitely a B.D.S.M. erotic novel, but uniquely done by a classic greek myth! I suggest readers to read this, because I am NOT disappointed at all in buying and reading this!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2013

    Wow, this was a great read with so much feeling in it. I loved i

    Wow, this was a great read with so much feeling in it. I loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2012

    fun

    I enjoyed this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2012

    Pomagranete

    How many seeds were there?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2012

    Love It

    I reread this every time I'm in the mood for good erotica that is dark, twisted, and really arousing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2012

    Wow!

    Fast read. Dark, sexy, entertaining. Makes the idea of Hell exciting.....as long as Aidon was there.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2012

    Good but nasty

    I loved the myth part but all the s*x is kind of gross i mean 2/3 of the book is s*x love the story just a little less s*x

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 19, 2012

    Great story

    This is one of my favorite books by her. Hot and sexy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2011

    Great Read!

    I was intrigued by the concept of Persephone being a willing participant when taken by Hades, so I thought this book would be interesting. I enjoyed the story, although I found it to be a bit too short:(. I wish the book was a bit longer and had gone more in depth regarding the relationship between Aidon (Hades) and Persephone. I think there could have been a lot more content where that was concerned. The BDSM was quite good, although I have found it usually takes a bit more time for the submissive to realize their feelings. But the story was very good and I enjoyed reading it and probably will read it again very soon.
    To comment on another review, BDSM is about sexual awakening and being a willing participant, not about being violated. I did not find this book to be crossing the line at all.

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  • Posted September 18, 2011

    Great BDSM, not so accurate mythos

    This story is great if you want a quick erotic read and are generally aquainted with the greek mythos. However, if you study it be prepared for a headache. ( the number of seeds isn't even correct) Other than that, good smut.

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  • Posted August 1, 2011

    GREAT BOOK

    What a great book - You won't want to put it down, but let me give you a little hint. If you aren't up on reading mythology, flip to the back for a pronounciation guide on the names. It will make it easier to read.

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  • Posted June 4, 2011

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    Very well written

    I'm not normally a fan of the bdsm erotica novels but the intensity of the writing kept me glued to this book. There are some grammar errors that were overlooked but even that didnt stop me from finishing this. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who enjoys a raunchy book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 10, 2011

    Amazing.

    I usually don't like the BDSM but this wasn't over the top. It is a beautiful love story

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  • Posted April 1, 2011

    Luvvvv it

    Dis book was awsome!!!!! I highly recomend it en @ a good price 2 downloaded it on my nook en read it untill by batteries died!!!! Just couldn't put it down.....

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  • Posted March 26, 2011

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    Very hot!

    If you like to read a good erotic book this is the one! Great ideas around the typical Greek Mythology and just plain old HOT!!!!

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