"a must read book for 2008!"
In his last dying plea, King Feydon writes to the three
sons of Bacchus to find his three half human, half Faerie
daughters. Find them and then protect them by marriage.
The eldest son Nick, has already found one of the
daughters, Mary. It is Lord Raine Satyr's turn to go in
search of the next daughter of King Feydon in the city of
Rome. He must find and marry her, protecting her from the
evil that threatens the two remaining daughters.
Raine: The Lords of Satyr, the second book in a series, is
by authoress Elizabeth Amber. All this reviewer can say is,
let the games begin... Ms. Amber raised the erotic bar to a
height not seen in this heated genre. This story revolves
around a female character that has attributes of a unique
sexuality. When this historical paranormal erotic romance
could have been extremely uncomfortable to write, Ms. Amber
created a sensual and highly erotic environment that heats
to a boiling point.
Jordan hides a deep intimate secret from the world, one
that if exposed, could bring her family to ruins. She is
torn between this secret, never quite feeling completely
Once a year, she goes through a ritual that is both
revealing and intimate, yet it is at this event that she
first sees Raine and he her.
At first, Raine is unable to detect—smell the magic on the
woman he is seeking. Fortunately for him, he will get
another chance encounter with Jordan and this time, nothing
will stand in his way of taking this woman back to his home.
The sexual connection between Raine and Jordan is
lightening hot from the moment their lips meet. Raine knows
Jordan's secret and instead of finding it unnatural, it
creates an erotic craving so fierce, he will do just about
anything to keep the treasure he considers Jordan.
Raine: The Lords of Satyr is without question the best
historical paranormal erotic romance this reviewer has ever
read. If you love the unusual, partnered with excellent
writing, then do not hesitate to get your copy. This is a
must read book for 2008!
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted February 8, 2008