"wildly imaginative and wickedly erotic"
For Lyon, variety is the spice of life. The youngest of
the Satyr brothers, Lyon's feral appetite for carnal
pleasure is legendary. Though not thrilled at the prospect
of settling down with one woman, he has dutifully journeyed
to Paris to find the last of King Feydon's FaerieBlend
daughters. His older brothers Nicholas and Raine have
located and wed two of the sisters and the time has come
for Lyon to seek his bride.
Juliet Rabelais was orphaned at birth. Blessed with a
flair for culinary arts and a tempting figure, Juliet is
desired by many men. Allowing herself to feel love has
only proved to be painful and deadly, so she vows to avoid
it. Without family to turn to, Juliet lives at the mercy of
her malevolent guardian who employs her as his prize
courtesan. An unwilling participant in his evil schemes,
Juliet has spent the past three years living with fear and
loneliness as her constant companion.
When his family lost its wealth to the phylloxera plague,
the bitter Monsieur Valmont became the proprietor of a
house of debauchery. Having spied Juliet's "talents" three
years ago, Valmont has employed her well to his advantage.
Fear keeps Juliet from fleeing and he will use that fear to
procure the information he needs to destroy the Satyr
vineyards. Driven by jealousy and madness, Valmont
delights in the suffering of others.
A chance meeting ignites an explosion of passion between
Lyon and Juliet, setting them down a path of danger and
deceit. When inhabitants of Else World and Earth World
threaten to lay claim on those most precious to them, Lyon
and Juliet turn to each other for salvation. As The
Calling draws near, can Lyon provide protection to Juliet
by joining with her during the sacred rituals of Moonful,
or will other powerful forces succeed in keeping them apart?
LYON, the highly anticipated third book of the LORDS OF
SATYR series is well worth the wait. Filled with romance,
intrigue, and suspense, LYON is a thrilling read from start
to finish. Wildly imaginative and wickedly erotic, this
book will keep readers feverishly turning the pages...and in
need of a cold beverage nearby! Elizabeth Amber has done a
fantastic job bringing this series to life and LYON is
without a doubt one of the most "unputdownable" books of
Reviewed by Sonya Harrison
Posted July 31, 2008