Eros and Psyche, he immortal and she mortal, shared something in common: grandiose beauty. Psyche, the most beautiful of her sisters, ended up arousing Aphrodite's fury and became the target of the goddess. In this, the entity devised a plan for her to be sacrificed and not have any other more beautiful than her.
For this, in disguise, Eros managed to save her, away from danger and marrying her, but with one condition: she could not see her face (as the story above). Thus, Psyche remained happy beside her new husband, even though she did not know her face. However, influenced by the family, she lights a candle, seeing the god's beautiful face, but burning his chest with a drop of wax.
While he leaves her, his mother Aphrodite decides to punish the young woman, putting one challenge after another in her life. However, repentant and desolate, she ends up giving herself up to death and sleeping soundly. Seeing her regret with longing, Eros to Olympus asking for her and conquering her immortality as well.