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Reader Review: As a fan of the series, I felt let down by Lyon's story. Being the most sexually voracious and primal of the brothers, I expected very hot and dominant scenes. Instead, he was used and victimized intentionally and by circumstances. As he was brought low by these events, he was also stripped of power. The one scene of dominance lacked conviction and detail. I felt the author didn't stay true to Lyon's essence or personality. Also, Julietta didn't bring many gifts to benefit or save Satyr lands or legacies. The storyline involving the main threat from elseworld was not advanced or elaborated on very much. The villain however was deliciously deranged and frightening and the story had some good twists and turns. I will continue to read the series because it is very good, but to me Lyon is the weakest offering.
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 IS ON THE PROWL. The youngest of the Satyr brothers, Lyon enjoys working in the family's Tuscan vineyards, caring for his menagerie of animals and bedding beautiful women. But he knows he must fulfill his destiny of taking the last daughter of King Feydon as his bride. And so he travels to Paris to wed the infamous Juliet Rabelais. FOR HIS MOST LUSCIOUS PRIZE. A celebrated courtesan noted for both her culinary-and carnal-talents, Juliet is a voluptuous beauty with a body meant to tease. And with a full moon only days away, Lyon is quickly aroused. But after a night of intimacy, Lyon wonders if Juliet is truly a mistress of sensual pleasure or whether his sexual mastery will be her undoing.
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|Title of eBook: Lyon||Series: The Lords of Satyr, , #3|
|Release Date: 08-01-2008|
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Chapter OneEarthWorld, Paris, France, November, 1823
Lord Lyon Satyr prowled the twilight streets of Paris, hunting. He breathed deep, searching the air and finding it rife with the scents of chimney smoke, dank river, and likely feminine prey. The blood of his ancestors pumped in him tonight, priming his body toward a carnal lust that was vital to the survival of his kind.
Because King Feydon had sown his seed where he should not have, Lyon would soon find himself yoked with a bride not of his own choosing. One whose name and face were unknown to him, but whom he nevertheless had journeyed here from Tuscany to find.
According to Feydon, his three FaerieBlend daughters were each in some sort of danger and time was of the essence. Nicholas, his eldest brother, had found the first of the daughters on the outskirts of Rome in a matter of weeks and quickly wed her. Raine had recently located the second daughter in Venice and brought her under his protection.
Now Lyon was left with the task of finding the third daughter here in Paris. But tomorrow would be time enough for duty. Tonight was for something altogether different.
This-his first night in Paris-could well be his last night of freedom. He planned to enjoy it.
A shout drew his attention. There was some sort of revelry commencing ahead, atop the Pont Neuf, the Seine River's most famous bridge. The "new bridge" it was called, though it had seen completion over two centuries earlier.
Lyon veered in its direction, abandoning the row of stately town homes along the Quai de Conti for the opposite sidewalk that edged the river. As the li...
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This story was okay but I thought the story ended
April 25, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Lodi, CA US
This story was okay but I thought the story ended to nicely with the sister Sabela just giving up Lyon and her kid having absolutely no feelings for her child was hard to believe. I also didn't like how the bad guy who was sexually obsessed with her turned out to be her brother it was just to much.
This book was about Lyon, one of the Lords of Saty
September 25, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from London, KY
This book was about Lyon, one of the Lords of Satyr who grows a second umm.... you know.... on the full moon. If he doesn't have a lot of... you know.... on that night he will die.... This book was just too bizaar to actually enjoy but knock yourself out if orgies, mermaids, one month gestational periods, etc. turn you on. Anyways.... whew... ummm.... well.... okay.
Book 3 of the The Lords of Satyr series. My first
September 6, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Bay Area, CA US
Book 3 of the The Lords of Satyr series. My first foray into this fantasy world. The plot is full of intrigue, dark and offensive crimes, treacherous deeds for personal gains. The writing is fluid and the storyline well done. I totally immersed and experienced through Juliette. But, I was extremely uncomfortable with many of the subject matters. Valmont, Juliette's psychotic half brother, and cohort are perverse and hateful. They rape, torture, and murder women in cruel manners. Valmont harbors incestuous lust for Juliette and is abusive physically and mentally. I couldn't stomach the terrible deeds he forced Juliette to withstand. The revelations later on helped with understanding, but there were many times that I threw the book down in disgust and agony.
This is an erotica and should be treated as such, lots of sex and light romance. Lyon is born with the voracious need to have frequent carnal couplings. Some of the sex scenes were a bit weird and situations objectable to me. At one point, the incapacitated hero is used to father a child without his consent and knowledge. That is basically rape. Then, poor Lyon had to endure this sex act again, while consciously wanting Juliette. I am glad Lyon and Juliette found their love after such trials and sufferings. The ends were tied up nicely and with set up for a follow-on book. But, I will be too chicken to pick up another in this series, hence the low score. However, if you don't have difficulty with the aforementioned matters, then the book may be enjoyable. It is full of tension, sex, and tender love all rolled into one well paced package.
As a fan of the series, I felt let down by Lyon's
August 14, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from north logan, UT US
As a fan of the series, I felt let down by Lyon's story. Being the most sexually voracious and primal of the brothers, I expected very hot and dominant scenes. Instead, he was used and victimized intentionally and by circumstances. As he was brought low by these events, he was also stripped of power. The one scene of dominance lacked conviction and detail. I felt the author didn't stay true to Lyon's essence or personality. Also, Julietta didn't bring many gifts to benefit or save Satyr lands or legacies. The storyline involving the main threat from elseworld was not advanced or elaborated on very much. The villain however was deliciously deranged and frightening and the story had some good twists and turns. I will continue to read the series because it is very good, but to me Lyon is the weakest offering.
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