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Aphrodite
used in The House of Hades

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Definition
Greek mythology:  goddess of love and beauty
  • She had a way of calming things down with that Aphrodite charm of hers.
    p. 67.4
  • Jason wondered if Piper was working some sort of Aphrodite magic on him—like maybe every time he mentioned Reyna's name, she would befuddle him so much he couldn't think about anything but Piper.
    p. 263.0
  • My mother, Aphrodite, cursed Psyche for her distrust.
    p. 287.8
  • Aphrodite he could understand.
    p. 289.4
  • She flashed back to her tea party with Piper, Hazel, and Aphrodite in Charleston.
    p. 295.8
  • Aphrodite had sighed and waxed nostalgic about the good old days of the Civil War—how love and war always went hand in hand.
    p. 295.9
  • Aphrodite had gestured proudly to Annabeth, using her as an example for the other girls: I once promised to make her love life interesting.
    p. 295.9
  • Thanks to her mom, Aphrodite, the language of love was hardwired into her, though she didn't want to speak it with Zethes.
    p. 329.2
  • She remembered Drew, the cruel head counselor she had replaced in Aphrodite's cabin; and Medea, who had charmed Jason and Leo in Chicago; and Jessica, her dad's old assistant, who had always treated her like a useless brat.
    p. 335.7
  • Aphrodite wasn't about head-on confrontation.
    p. 338.4
  • Aphrodite was about subtlety and guile and charm.
    p. 338.4
  • But Aphrodite wasn't rational.
    p. 342.3
  • "A child of Aphrodite," she chided.
    p. 343.4
  • Even the (laughter of Aphrodite couldn't avoid making a face.
    p. 491.7

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