Self-proclaimed “museum junkie” Elizabeth Amber was inspired by Greco-Roman artifacts. Her interest led her to study Art History in college and to visit many archaeological sites and museums in Italy and Greece. She became fascinated by the carnal depictions of satyrs, maenads and Bacchus, the Roman god of wine, celebrating the grape harvest. The decorations on these ancient urns, frescoes and amphorae became the inspiration for the erotic, historical, paranormal romances. She is best known for her “Lords of Satyr” series of novels.
She is married with one great husband and two cats, Chelsea and Biscuit. She is close friends with her mother and sister. They are all animal lovers.