According to Hesiod c. Psyche's tasks Psyche wandered everywhere in search of Eros, eventually ending up at Aphrodite's palace. When night came, she went to bed, where she was joined by Eros in human form. Eros and Psyche The most famous myth in which Eros appears as the central character is the romance between him and Psyche. With two strings to his bow, he can fire golden arrows for true love or leaden ones for indifference. An eagle, which owed Eros a favor, arrived just in time and retrieved the water for her.