Echoes in the Wind is a creative re-telling of the ancient Greek story about the relationship between a woman named Echo and the vain Narcissus who is famous for his beauty and for falling in love with his own reflection. More
Echo, a beautiful Greek Goddess, has a problem. Pan, Lord of the Satyrs, believes that she is his soul mate and wants her for himself. Years ago he captured Echo and imprisoned her in his castle, claiming her as his bride. But now Echo has escaped and fled into the forest and is determined to find her true soul mate. Will she be able to avoid Pan and his minions and find freedom? Narcissus, a handsome and vain River God, has been searching for his soul mate for hundreds of years with little success. He has legions of women longing to bed him and to be his bride, but he cares very little for them. He beds them and then rids himself of them, uncaring if he leaves them with child or breaks their hearts. He cares about nothing more than finding his soul mate. When Echo appears unexpectedly on the edge of his riverbank one day, Narcissus is awoken from his slumber by the sounds of her screams. She is being chased by satyrs who have been tasked to take her back to Pan. Narcissus immediately feels a connection between himself and Echo. Could this be it? Could she be his soul mate? Has he found her at last?