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Lyon: Lords Of Satyr by Elizabeth Amber
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Lyon: Lords Of Satyr (edition 2008)

by Elizabeth Amber

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Title:Lyon: Lords Of Satyr
Authors:Elizabeth Amber
Info:Aphrodisia (2008), Paperback, 310 pages
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not as great as the first and second ( )
  jordanakaforever | Jan 13, 2017 |
A lot of sex. Not much else. ( )
  lesmel | Jan 2, 2014 |
ZOMG. So much NOT sexy. I generally will read any book that has an insect theme of some sort. This book has made me rethink that policy.

The plot (sort of) is about the real, historic invasion of grape Phylloxera into Europe; it was incredibly destructive to the wine industry. What I didn't realize was that the plot also was that the wine industry/phylloxera was going to be vanquished by a dude with a second magic penis that will die if he doesn't screw someone regularly, and that uses the engergy from said extra penis (which retracts into his body when not in use) to graft vines. WHUT.

Most of the book is filled with sex scenes that have questionable or no consent; also incest theme. YUCK.

Entomology rating: Zero stars

Romance/other rating: 1/2 star because it was a train wreck I could not look away from ( )
  bug_girl | Sep 8, 2013 |
Amazon preorder ( )
  romsfuulynn | Apr 28, 2013 |
After [book: Raine] this book seemed kind of lack luster. I mean, how do you top a hermaphrodite for the strange factor? Besides that, the plot was weak, strangely paced, and filler between sex scenes.

Snack Lit rating: too much fudge ( )
  Bodagirl | Jul 10, 2011 |
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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...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 fulfil 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...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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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...… (more)

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