"A fairytale-like quality in erotic story"
Shannon Selkirk, a young aristocratic woman living on the
Scottish coast, is having dreams about a selkie lover. He
keeps calling to her in her dreams. Finally, she decides
to go to the mist enshrouded island where the selkies are
supposed to live where she meets the selkie lover from her
dreams. She becomes his mate and they arrange to meet the
next day. Unfortunately, her father returns with a new
stepmother, who wants to remake Shannon and marry her off.
How will Shannon and her selkie ever be together?
SUNLIT is an erotic, historical, paranormal romance with a
fairytale-like quality. This was the first time that I
have read about a selkie hero and I found that aspect of
the story intriguing. All in all, SUNLIT was an
entertaining, short, erotic romance. I recommend it to the
reader looking for short story.
Posted October 31, 2004
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted January 11, 2007
He is a selkie, both seal and man. She is the neglected daughter of a Scottish lord.
Shannon Selkirk cannot escape or ignore the voice of the selkie that calls out to her in her sleep, the irresistible voice that entreats her to come to him. Enchanted by his call, she goes to him and becomes his lover.
In Shannon he knows that he has found his one true mate. Keeping her by his side, however, is more difficult that he could have imagined. Not only must he contend with her family's animosity towards him and his kind, but he must also teach Shannon to trust him—and to love him as deeply as he loves her.