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Interview with Hermes by Rebekah Lewis


Rebekah: Good morning, Hermes. How are you today?

Hermes: Awesome? And you?

Rebekah: Pretty good. Are you ready to start this interview?

Hermes: I live to be interviewed.

Rebekah: *mumbles* You do like to talk.

Hermes: What was that?

Rebekah: Nothing. Okay, first question: what’s the first thing you did when I left you at the end of Mercury Rising?

Hermes: I went back to Greece to check on Pan.

Rebekah: Were you secretly hoping you-know-who would be there?

Hermes: Can I plead the fifth? Because I think I am going to plead the fifth…

Rebekah. Haha, sure. Is Apollo giving you any trouble?

Hermes: Strangely, I haven’t seen much of him since. Which worries me more. It means he is up to something. Rumor has it he has been hanging around a certain god that enjoys wine, and that bodes ill for everyone.

Rebekah: What’s next for you?

Hermes: Don’t you know?

Rebekah: You’re being strangely hesitant in this interview.

Hermes: Because you know already!

Rebekah: Hermes…

Hermes: FINE! I need to check in on Melancton, but I am not sure he will be happy to see me.

Rebekah: Is anyone happy to see you?

Hermes: Your readers.

Rebekah: Touché!


Book Blurb:



Nymphs in peril, obsessive gods, females who literally cannot admit when they’re wrong, and unruly satyrs. Just another typical day for Hermes.

When Zeus refuses to demand Apollo release Daphne from captivity in Olympus, the only option left is for Hermes to free the nymph himself. A simple task for a god with his skillset, but risking the wrath of Apollo never went well for anyone.

However, imprisoned nymphs aren’t distraction enough when a former flame crashes back into Hermes’ life. It’s been a long time since he laid eyes on Hybris, and the timing couldn’t be worse. As the goddess of hubris, she has many quirks—such as being incapable of apologizing. And no matter how much she tries to assure him she can be trusted, the memory of her betrayal remains.

As they formulate a plan to rescue Daphne, Hermes soon suspects no threat is greater than the tribulations of the heart.

Don’t miss the first part of The Adventures of Hermes, a companion series to The Cursed Satyroi


Buy Links: 

Breathless Press

Giveaway: One lucky commenter will win a copy of Mercury Rising. Contest ends 10/30 at 11:59PM EDT. 

Author Bio:


Rebekah Lewis holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. She is an award-winning cover artist for digital publishers, and enjoys every minute of it when not immersed into a world of satyrs and Greek gods. Always feeling the need to be productive, she can be found creating something whether with words or images, or with arts and crafts. She resides in Savannah, GA with her cat, Bagheera.


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Author: emilycale

Erotic romance writer. Runs on caffeine and wine. Don't feed after midnight.

4 thoughts on “Interview with Hermes by Rebekah Lewis

  1. Thanks so much for hanging out with us today, Rebekah!

  2. Thank you for hosting me! 🙂

  3. Another Rebekah book to add to the literary book shelf. Look forward to reading this one.

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