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NICHOLAS: THE LORDS OF SATYR [Nicholas: The Lords of Satyr ] BY Amber, Elizabeth(Author)Paperback 01-Aug-2007

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  • Unknown Binding
  • Publisher: Aphrodisia (1 Aug. 2007)
  • ASIN: B005C91T0E
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Lord Nicholas Satyr is a well known successful and wealthy vineyard owner, but what makes him so fascinating is a well-kept secret that ties him to the ElseWorld. Nicholas and his brothers are satyrs, the last of their kind. None of them are in any hurry to marry but a letter from King Feydon of the ElseWorld dictates that each of the brothers are to marry one of the king's half human/half fairie daughters. Daughters he spawned on mortal women while they slept. It's imperative that these women be found and brought into the protection that the Satyr's can provide. The brothers decide to take turns going in search of the females which each of them will marry. First up is Nick and his destination is Rome - where King Feydon stated that one of his daughters could be found.

Jane has no interest in marrying - at least not until she can find a curative for her `oddity.' She's completely unaware of the truth behind her abilities and is determined to secure a place in the country where she and her sister Emma would be safe from curious eyes and free of the danger of discovery. To do so, Jane poses as a fortune teller. Her gift of touch aids in her ability to tell much about a person and she's successfully saved a tidy sum of money. She just never anticipated one of her clients turning out to be somebody who could understand her much more than she understands herself - or the circumstances that lead to her marriage to Lord Nicholas Satyr.

Nicholas's search through Rome yielded not a hint of his fairy bride. On a whim he travels to Trivoli and encounters the hint of Faerie magic in the air. Following it leads him to the tent of a fortune teller and he assumes that the young woman who steps out of the tent is the woman he's looking for but soon discovers his error.
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As the oldest brother of three, Nicholas is determined to do his duty and sire an heir to carry on the family legacy. These half-satyr half-human brothers have lavish estates set in a lush Tuscany vineyard, where they must guard ancient secrets.

When Nicholas and Jane meet at Villa d'Este, there's an instant connection between them, but their romance evolves over time. Jane wants to protect her sister and find a secure situation for them both, but because of her strange powers, she's afraid she cannot find love. There's also a wicked villainess in the family, who's trying to manipulate Jane for personal gain.

Nicholas' sexual proclivities were v-e-r-y unusual--read the prologue to get a taste. There are numerous graphically erotic scenes, but there's also romance and plot and historical detail involving botany and winegrapes.
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By Roroblu'sMum TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 18 Oct. 2007
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This book was recommended to me by a fellow erotica-reader, and whilst it's not as hot or graphic as Ellora's Cave/Samhain novels, it does come with a warning of really hot sex and menage scenes. What the warning should really read is that in the final scenes of the novel, the female character is forced into having sex with her husband's two brothers. I feel that this needs to be pointed out, as thought it is set in a fantasy setting, there will be readers who will take offense at a woman being forced to drink an elixir to drug her into the idea, and then when her consciousness surfaces during the act with one brother, is given more to make her compliant.
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OMG! What can I say? Enthralling, catching, highly erotic and satisfying to the very core of your being! When you start reading this novel you're being pulled into the story and a world which you just cannot put down till you finished reading the last word written. I compare it to the forbidden fruit which you secretly do eat and afterwards enjoying the fact you can still lick the juice of your fingertips! And still Nicholas is whispering to me. This is definitely a story that will stay with you a while after you finished reading it.

The story-lines of the Lords of Satyr are refreshingly new to me. I can't really say what kind of genre it falls into apart from the Erotic one - and Erotic it is - but it's holding a genre in the likes of fantasy/paranormal/historical. Never before have I read such scene's filled with wickedly delightfulness, described in a way it really comes across as erotical, and making you feel tingled up, nearly longing for Nicholas to cuddle up next to you, showing you what he's all about.

In my opinion some books in this genre are very graphic: the story being more about the erotic scenes instead of the story. But when, like Elizabeth Amber, you are able to write Erotica Novels where you forget the genre and being pulled into a story filled with such passion, rituals, magic and love, then to me you are top-notch A list quality!

Nicholas and Jane both are in their own way perfect for each other. It was so touching to see Jane needing to get used to what she was, trying so desperately all her life hiding her abnormalities and Nicholas just accepting her straight upfront for who she is. And Nicholas... - just purring perfect as a great man.
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