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Wicked Satyr Nights: The Cursed Satyroi, Book 1 (The Cursed Satyroi #1)

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Some creatures want to be found. When Dr. Katerina Silverton travels into the Pine Barrens to make a documentary on the Jersey Devil, she doesn't believe she will find evidence of anything supernatural. However, Kat soon finds herself face-to-face with the very creature she was sent into the forest to capture on film. In Ancient Greece, the god Pan made a terrible mistake ...more
Published October 26th 2012 by Smashwords Edition
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My review for: Wicked Satyr Nights by Rebekah Lewis
My rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
Shanna Roberson

What a delicious twist on ancient Greek myths while still maintaining a modern air! I love the way Ms. Lewis blended them both seamlessly together right from the get-go.

Dr. Katerina Silverton is on the mend from an attack that should’ve never happened. She knew better than to get that close to the cougar’s kits. So after months of licking her wounded pride, she decided to take a less than appealing of
Loved this book, it had a bit of everything, mythology, attraction, humour, hot sex, and action.

Kat is a sceptic when sent to investigate a paranormal creature.....that is until she meets him! Pan is a satyr, living a curse, he has horns and hooves, the rest of him is pure manliness, and he has the good looks to go with it!

I spent most the time smiling while reading this book, as Kat is very sarcastic and disses most things she's told. Pan has some tales to tell and they will make you smile. As
Torie James
I can't tell you how badly I wanted to read this. I am huge fan of all sorts of mythology but the Greek Pantheon is my favorite. Ms. Lewis grabbed my imagination, held tight and took me deep into her world of curses, belligerent gods and sassy ladies who aren't afraid to speak up.

Despite his 'divine' nature, Pan is infused with seriously credible human qualities that allow the reader to see past the whole 'wicked' gig and find a rather lonely, vulnerable being beneath the façade. Kat is amazing
Shelli Rosewarne
I love paranormal romance that uses ancient mythology and this one was very well done. The author has obviously done her research and the myths were updated and combined with a contemporary setting effortlessly.

The characters were engaging. I liked that Kat was a complete skeptic at the start, she's very relatable to and has very believable reactions to what she has to cope with. Pan has the wicked satyr/god thing down pat - but also the slightly vulnerable side that has you rooting for him. Wa
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Wicked Satyr Nights was a good read, I can’t say I have read much about Satyrs and I liked the change it brought.
I thought all of the characters were interesting but Pan was definitely my favourite, he had a great blend of witty humour, arrogance, cockiness, self-assuredness, confidence and smexiness all rolled into one….creating a fine love interest with a lot more going on than you think and making a great match for Katerina; fo
Leona Bushman
I was not the original editor. However, I did a re-edit after I finished the edit on the sequel to bring them in line. As with the second book, which I loved enough to accept, it is a delightful breath of fresh air from other shape-shifter type books (which I write because I love them :D). Well, written, and obviously researched, this book takes you through a different view of Greek mythology and what ifs. I especially love Hermes, and that will hang all of you :D He and Pegasus steal the scenes ...more
Ishabelle Torry
If I had to sum this book up in two words they would be: Delightfully naughty!
Wicked Satyr Night features a horny satyr named Pan, who despite his personal belief about his own appearance, is deliciously smexy, hot…and cursed. He is drawn to the heroine, Katerina, by her laugher, and then ultimately the whole package once he sees her.
Katerina is a zoologist, who specializes in the feline family, however, money compels her to search and film a documentary on the fabled Jersey Devil. I literally L
Lisa Mcevoy
Great start to a promising new series. Pan is a great central character and I love all things Greek! I even didn't mind that he had hooves :)
The interwoven Greek mythology quickly builds the backstory. I can't wait to see where Mr. Bach takes us next. Hopefully book 2 will be longer!

Really enjoyed this book. Wish it had been a little longer. I look forward to book #2.
Decadent Kane
I enjoyed this read by Ms. Lewis. I was fascinated by her Satrys and the mythology involved. It's clear she put a great deal of thought into how the mythos would work for her story and I loved how she included Nymphs in the actual plot.

The curse was an interesting twist as it was placed on gods and men, backfiring, and creating a neat element with in the story.

The sexual scenes between the two main characters, Pan and Kat, were pretty wicked all right. One of my favorite parts was toward the end
I totally enjoyed this story from start to finish. The characters are likeable and have a sense of humour that you don't find in a book every day, and that I really appreciated. The banter between some of the characters is fabulous.

I loved the way that the author has taken what is clearly a very good knowledge of Greek mythology, combined it with a unique twist, and woven it into the contemporary setting. The story manages to be not only engaging but also not completely predictable - a breath of
It was okay. I liked the Greek gods and mythology part and Pan is great. Beginning was a bit slow. I guess I'm shallow but I don't think I could get past the Saytr form. He'd have to have human form all the time for me.
Loved it. My first Satyr book. Was a very interesting take on the tale of Pan. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Can't wait to read more about the Satyroi. Wonder who will break the curse first...
Great book. The author's writing style really drew me in. I look forward to reading more of her work.
Dawn Brower
Awesome book. Well written. If you love mythology I highly suggest this book.
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Rebekah Lewis holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature. She is an award-winning cover artist for digital publishers, and enjoys every minute of it when not immersed into a world of satyrs and Greek gods. Always feeling the need to be productive, she can be found creating something whether with words or images, or with arts and crafts. She resides in Savannah, GA with her cat, Bagheera.
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