Bemused and Bedeviled: Terpsichore in Love

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Bemused and Bedeviled: Terpsichore in Love

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  • Title: Bemused and Bedeviled: Terpsichore in Love
  • Author: John Tucker
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  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Uvi Poznansky on said:

      This is a light-hearted, modern twist on the mythological theme of divine figures falling in love with mortals, with all the joy and tension you can imagine with such love, and the contentious relationship between forces of good and evil.Terpsichore (one of the nine muses) lending her “delight in dancing" (the original meaning of the name in Greek) to the tone of the story. She falls in love with Daniel Gordon, which causes all hell to break loose: her sister, Calliope, the muse of epic poetry [...]

    2. Nadia Kim on said:

      This novel takes a break from the typical style of writing that John Tucker normally uses. Bemused and Bedeviled: Terpsichore is a love story about a muse and a mortal. The two main characters are Terpsichore who is a muse who has experienced heartbreak and eager to move on even though she lost her love centuries ago. Dan is her new opposite a typical human that lived only a few doors down in the same apartment. The story follows the life of Terpsichore and Dan as they find themselves falling in [...]

    3. John Dizon on said:

      Terpsichore in Love by John Tucker is a satirical fantasy centered on the exploits of the Muses of Greek folklore who roam the earth providing Divine inspiration to earthlings throughout the ages. The author interweaves these legends into a Christian backdrop, where their heavenly Father sees the big picture and remains as a Counselor as the nine Muses interact with humans in the earthly domain. Only Terri and her sister Butterfly's chance meeting with an unusual (yet quite ordinary) mortal sets [...]

    4. P.S. Winn on said:

      What a fun read. Take a trip into the life of the Father, Lucifer and their relations. The Muses belong to the father, the Sirens to Satan. When Terpsichore, Terri, falls in love with a human, her sister muse isn't too happy about it and the adventure begins. I loved this tale that John Tucker weaves so well. It is fun to imagine what it would be like to enter the lives of The Father and Satan as their magic and meddling has its effect on humans. This is a well written and fun to read book, can' [...]

    5. Miranda Nading on said:

      Mr. Tucker gets high marks for his tongue-in-cheek, very unique take on religious tenets/mythology and romance. I think he may have missed his calling as a satirical playwright. Though it was a little slow pulling me in, I couldn't take away any stars. As soon as I finished, I wanted to start the next one. He did a great job increasing tension and timed his plot twists well. Though I don't do plot spoilers in my reviews, I get the feeling that the true fireworks between the Muses and the Sirens [...]

    6. Elizabeth on said:

      I enjoyed reading this book, got it as a free ARC ebook read. I liked the comedic style of writing the author chose to use. Kind of reminded me of the movie 'Bedazzled'.It makes you think 'What if?' . . .What if the nine muses were alive today?What if . . . Sirens were out there reaping souls?What if God and Saten used iPhones and played chess with each other? Gives a different perspective to how they are normally perceived.It is totally set up for s second book. . . Maybe even a third, fourth . [...]

    7. Bobbi Leonard on said:

      Terpsichore in Love Bemused and Bedeviled Book One by John Tucker1 star8 muses (God's team) and 8 sirens (devil's team) fighting for souls. I found the characters to be very superficial and one dimensional. I had difficulty buying into the storyline or the many, many characters. With little back story to go on, the characters didn't mean anything to me,so I found this book very hard to read. Bobbi Leonard

    8. Karen Doak on said:

      i was gifted this book for an honest review and can say i thoroughly enjoyed it.terpischore is very engaging and her relationship with dan is very well thought oute family dynamic between the sister muses is very amusing and feels very real.i felt sorry for dan with all terpischores sisters engaging with him in different ways but i like to think if hes survived their advice that their relationship will go from strangth to strengthnt wait to see what happens in future books

    9. Kim on said:

      ***ARC****Where to startI think I might have fallen for the characters within the first 5 pages if even that long. This book made me laugh and cry. The story line give an interesting insight to the possible relationship between God and Lucifer. I literally had a hard time putting this book down and was upset when it ended (now I will have to wait for the next one in the series.) Quite possible my favorite work by this author.

    10. Kim on said:

      Not sure how I missed the review of this on good reads.***ARC****Where to startI think I might have fallen for the characters within the first 5 pages if even that long. This book made me laugh and cry. The story line give an interesting insight to the possible relationship between God and Lucifer. I literally had a hard time putting this book down and was upset when it ended (now I will have to wait for the next one in the series.) Quite possible my favorite work by this author.

    11. Chris Birdy on said:

      Another winner for John Tucker. Daniel Gordon had no idea just how involved it would be to fall in love with a muse and one with sisters determined to keep them apart. This romp through Greek mythology, with religion and sibling rivalry thrown into the mix is another entertaining read from John Tucker as he pits good against evil in his own unique style.

    12. InD'tale Magazine on said:

      2.5/5.0"Terpsichore in Love" would be well-suited to readers who enjoy satire with a healthy dose of sexual innuendo.Read full review in the 2014 April issue of InD’tale Magazine.

    13. Brittany on said:

      I received this from the author almost a year ago and just now finished it. I just did not love it. The idea behind it was original and I loved reading about the muses however it just fell flat for me. It was kind of all over the place. I just could not get into it. I started this maybe ten times and finally made myself finish it.

    14. Kathia Koehler on said:

      This book is listed as a dramedyd is it ever! Loved it! With laugh out loud moments and sitting on the edge of your seat moments as well! Greek mythology meets the 21st century! Definitely worth the read! Cannot wait to read book two!

    15. diana piatt on said:

      A great book this love story have it all two people find love, her sisters don't like Dave right way, he find a way make them to trust him.

    16. P.S. Winn on said:

      What a fun read. Take a trip into the life of the Father, Lucifer and their relations. The Muses belong to the father, the Sirens to Satan. When Terpsichore, Terri, falls in love with a human, her sister muse isn't too happy about it and the adventure begins. I loved this tale that John Tucker weaves so well. It is fun to imagine what it would be like to enter the lives of The Father and Satan as their magic and meddling has its effect on humans. This is a well written and fun to read book, can' [...]

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