With Titono, he had two children: Emátion and Memnon. Cephalus, son of Hermes and Herse, was also a victim of Eos' unrelenting love. He was already married to Princess Procris, tender and loving and always faithful to her husband. Insatiable as ever, Eos cares little for the suffering of Procris and kidnaps Cephalus while hunting near Mount Imethus.
But despite all the goddess' efforts, the young man remains in love with his wife. Despite the goddess' many cunning schemes, Cephalus and Procris are reconciled. Cephalus goes back to hunting, but his wife, fearing the rival goddess, follows him. Thinking it was an animal, he killed her and when he saw what he had done, he threw himself overboard. Moved, Zeus turns them into stars.
One of the versions of the Ganymede myth tells that he was kidnapped and taken to Mount Olympus not by Zeus but by the goddess Eos, apparently this was the original version of the Ganymede myth, she is mentioned by Apollonius of Rodis, and others writers from ancient Greece.
Her passions are attributed to the fact that she had loves with Ares, something that made Aphrodite very jealous, causing her to cast a spell on Eos, so that she would fall in love only with mortal men, and have an insatiable sexual desire.