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Nicholas (Lords of Satyr Series #1)

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18 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

a potent mix of mythology and sex that's on target

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...
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 takes 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 messenger comes. 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. They character 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.

posted by Anonymous on September 9, 2007

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

I could not finish trhis one.

I just could not get into this book. In two days I've gotten through 90 pages. I should be almost finished with it. I guess I didn't like any of the characters. No one was compelling. Ok, it's erotica, so I'm not expecting the depth of character found in, oh I don't...
I just could not get into this book. In two days I've gotten through 90 pages. I should be almost finished with it. I guess I didn't like any of the characters. No one was compelling. Ok, it's erotica, so I'm not expecting the depth of character found in, oh I don't know, Shakespere, but I do expect to like them. I was not bothered by the erotic factor, i.e. two penises, incest, the sexual cult, menege-quatro. The writing just was not good. The prose were just a little on the ridiculous side adding a ridiculous factor to the whole story. The sex scenes were just... ew, unenjoyable.

There was nothing about this book that begged me to pick it up once I had put it down. I don't know about you, but I want to read a book that my fingers are itching to pick up.

posted by CeCeSG on October 14, 2010

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  • Posted February 20, 2010

    Steaming HOT!!!

    This book is steaming hot. It's the first story of three satyr brothers who have been asked to fine the king's half faerie daughters. By marrying them, they will be protected from danger.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2008

    I'm in love with the satyr men!

    This is one of the best erotica books i have read..i recommend this to romance junkies everywhere must read!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 12, 2013

    Interesting Reading

    Enjoyed the book as a whole. Didn't care for the ending. Series 2 Raine had a much better ending.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2012

    I enjoyed the satyr/fairy theme but something felt missing for m

    I enjoyed the satyr/fairy theme but something felt missing for me. There was lots of arousing sex but the chemistry just wasn't there.

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    Posted June 10, 2012

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  • Posted October 15, 2011

    SEXY PAGE TURNER

    This series is def. for MATURE adults ONLY with open minds regarding sex, def. a page turner that keeps you reading wanting to know what will happen next, loved the two main characters, one of my favorite series.

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  • Posted September 9, 2011

    Great Erotic Romance

    If you like erotic romance books you will like this series. The story line doesn't become second to the romance. Plus I loved the paranormal aspect of this series. You never knew what type of character you would be reading about. I ended up purchasing the whole series.

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  • Posted January 11, 2011

    Satyr, Fae erotica

    This first book in the Lords of Satyr Series has plenty of sizzle along with an interesting mythologial storyline set in Europe during the early 1800's. I look forward to reading the next installment.

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