"An excellent debut"
Nicholas is not simply a handsome man, a rich man. He is a
half-human handsome man! His other side is a satyr, a
creature that is given to sexual excesses that are near
animalistic. He and his brothers give themselves over to
rituals that slake their lust, which take place once a
month at their villa in Tuscany, Italy. Most people only
see the three men as exceedingly attractive males, little
guessing the dark secret they protect on their vast
estate. Everything is just the way they want it, until a
Actually, it's more than a message - it's a demand the
three brothers locate and marry three very specific women
who are half-faerie and half-human. The women in question
are not fully aware of their nature, and all three are in
danger. They need a protector. From time's beginning the
Satyrs protect the Faeries, as human women cannot bare a
Satyr's child, only Faerie's can. In order to insure the
continued existence of their line, the brothers must marry
and produce an heir. Thus, Nicholas sets out to find Jane.
Jane is becoming aware of her fey abilities, yet cannot
control them, and remains totally unaware she is the target
of true evil. From the start, Nicholas and Jane are
attracted to each other, but their natures push against
their desires, both carnal and spiritual.
The loosely base mythology tale is the launching pad for
the highly charged, sensual novel that is a cut above
general erotica. The characters of Jane and Nicholas are
very well drawn, coming alive for the reader as real
people. Amber delivers hot sexual encounters, but as an
integral part of the plot, not for pushing-buttons sake.
An excellent debut, that leaves you eager for the story of
the next two brothers.
Very highly recommended.
Reviewed by: Deborah MacGillivray, author
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted September 9, 2007
The last in a fabled line of otherworldly aristocracy, the Lords of Satyr are born to wealth, power, and a talent for sensual delight that mere mortals only dream of. Commanded to marry, these passionate men will travel to Rome, Venice, and Paris—and along the way will explore desires both shamelessly wicked and blissfully divine...
HE HAD SWORN TO TAKE A PROPER WIFE. HE HADN'T BARGAINED ON MEETING HIS MATCH.
Nicholas looks very much like what he is—the handsome, successful heir to a vineyard in Tuscany. But Nicholas is much more, for he is one of the last in an ancient line of satyr men. And the dying king of ElseWorld wants him not only to marry, but to wed one of the king's own daughters—a half—human, half—faerie woman unaware of her heritage. Nicholas won't shirk his duty to produce heirs to guard his race's legacies, but he never plans to make his bride his only lover. A satyr's sexual hunger and sensual skills are legendary. One woman will never satisfy him.
Or so Nicholas believes until he meets Jane. As spirited as she is fey, as beautiful as she is innocent, she is nevertheless determined to make her new husband hers alone—and she's eager for him to teach her every deliciously carnal secret he knows.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
WARNING: This is a REALLY HOT book. (Sexually Explicit)