"a scorching historical paranormal novel"
The brothers Satyr, Nick, Raine and Lyon have received a
dispatch from King Feydon of the ElseWorld. In it, the
dying king wishes that they find his three half fey and
half human daughters and protect them. These women have
been raised in the EarthWorld not knowing that they are his
daughters, and it is up to the brothers Satyr to find them.
And the only way to protect them will be in marriage.
Lord Lyon Satyr is the youngest and the last of the Satyr
brothers to go in search of his FaerieBlend bride. His
search takes him to Paris where an unexpected encounter
leads him on the right path, but with a twist. Much like
the different sides of the same coin, so shall this search
unveil a situation Lyon would never have considered
Because of the urgency at hand to find and protect his
FaerieBlend bride, Lyon starts his journey at his most
vulnerable time, within days of the Calling, where he
becomes a primal creature of sexual indulgence and
fertility. This, along with his encounters might lead to
Juliette Rabelais, a woman shrouded in an uncertain past,
finds herself attracted to the powerful and animalistic
Lyon Satyr. She lives in a house of pleasure, but she is
used in a very different manner than the other girls that
service the men nightly.
Juliette is manipulated by the owner of this establishment,
M. Valmont, a nasty man with only revenge on his mind and
greed in his heart. He literally holds Juliette's fate in
his hands. When Valmont pushes Juliette to extract
information he desperately desires from Lyon, is where this
tale of sexual intensity begins to unravel and heat up to a
Lyon - The Lords of Satyr is the third book in The
Lords of Satyr series by Elizabeth Amber. In her untamed
and highly erotic voice, Ms. Amber once again gives the
readers a scorching historical paranormal novel unrivaled.
The storyline to start with is extremely original and the
brothers Satyr are as sexy as any reader could dream of.
Overall, this novel is what erotic historical paranormal
excellence is all about. Lyon - The Lords of Satyr
could easily stand on its own merit, but this reviewer
recommends that you read the entire series to feel the
heady affects and memorable lives of three powerful
brothers and the unusually exotic women that will encompass
Reviewed by Janalee Ruschhaupt
Posted July 26, 2008