Nicholas (The Lords of Satyr, #1)
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Nicholas (The Lords of Satyr #1)

3.53 of 5 stars 3.53  ·  rating details  ·  2,673 ratings  ·  266 reviews
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.


ebook, 336 pages
Published August 1st 2007 by Kensington Publishing Corporation
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Blacky *Romance Addict*

First I have to say that this book had potential.

Two c*cks on one guy... yeah, definite potential.

Now, it's not that I'm squemish or anti-weird, well maybe a little, but what killed this one was BAD WRITING.
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The sex wasn't hot. It so wasn't hot, I didn't even want to read it!!! Everything else was boring to death, and it slowly killed my brain by the time I got to the end of the book.
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I mean, some of the expressions and the way they talked... Seriously??????? The sexy scenes were so clinical, it'...more
This book comes with a warning: This is a REALLY HOT book (sexually explicit). Okay, that’s not what I would have warned for. To save time, I’m just going to number the things that would be more appropriate to have warned the readers about:

1. During the full moon the hero, Nick, has two cocks. Two. Cocks. One, two. Both fully operational. And huge – over 8 inches. Each.

2. True to his name, Nick and his brothers turn into satyrs during the full moon. With fur, possibly hooves.

3. They have sex wi...more

ADDENDUM : Just want to say, thank you! Thank you for all who support me and show their kindness to me. Its hard, yeah, but you all the reason why I love this site =).

I decide to let some monkey loose from the zoo and play with me, to express my feeling about this book.

Nicholas, the first book of Lord of Satyr, feature Nicholas Satyr and Jane Cova..

First, I read this because I'm...more
i actually finished this! i actually did!I ACTUALLY ENDURED THIS TORTURE! i depraved myself from sleep because i was too curious what more could happen till the end!

you know what happened?!?!?



i actually laughed at the beginning! literally cried how funny some parts were but obviously it didn't last that long!

i mean this book....

this ..... i don't even know how to label this weird genre....

i mean wtf?!?!?

what did i just read?

So, I was looking for kinky. But I got weird. And pretty much a dislikable story. A very very eeeewwwww story.
So let us star by talk about the cheating.

I hate cheating!

What is it doing in my erotic fiction? Up until now I found erotica mostly clean of this theme.
Romance authors have a strange fondness for it (abusive parents having abusive children come to mind and make me wonder do the authors of these books have unfaithful men in their lives).
But it seems that cheating in books is like a...more
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EPIC buddy read with Blacky, Shelly, Vishous, Rain, Racht, Miss, Iva, Steph and Karen 10.2.

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May 20, 2010 Rossy rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: open-minded/smutt readers
Recommended to Rossy by: Several GR friends
Take my review with a grain of salt. I'm very kinky and thus the book couldn't shock me....well other than the 2 phalluses i was warned about. Which i thought of as a plus. If one can bring pleasure then wouldn't 2 be even better?

If you don't mind spoilers i suggest you read this review here first:

If you are not a little pervy like myself. *chuckles* Then i suggest this review by my friend Isis first:

My take on thi...more
Isis FG
Very strange book and definitely one that requires an open mind to read. The book is an odd combination of historical romance, fantasy, and erotic romance that makes it unique from most other books. Even though fantasy/paranormal isn't something I generally read, I have to applaud the author's creativity in writing this book.

Nicholas is the first book in the Lords of Satyr series which is about, initially, 3 brothers who are half-Human and half otherworldly. They live on a large vineyard in Tusc...more
Mandi Schreiner

Why I read: Author asked for a review, and I have noticed this cover many times.

Favorite Quote: this second cock ripped from his own flesh. It extended high and hard from his pelvis, and twitched with hunger. Only slightly smaller than the enormous cock already rooted just below in his thatch, it craved relief as much as its twin. (<---people, we are talking double dong delight here!)

Lord Nicholas Satyr grows a second penis every month at the full moon – let’s just get that bit of informat

It's just me Shelly B
I tried very hard to get into this book but I just couldn't!!!!!!!! I am an epic failure in my epic buddy read! So sorry girls but there is no way I can finish.....maybe the next book work better for me.

Now I will sit in the cone of shame for not being able to finish....

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This is just MY opinion so if your interested in this book please give it a try for yourself:)

Buddy read with Blacky, Vishous, Glass, Racht, Rain, Karen and a few more:)
I really don't even know where to start with this review. The whole concept was quite fantastical. I apologize for the lack of writing, but I'm not sure how to even begin describing this book, not to mention I'm sick right now, so it'll mostly just be a visual representation of my thought-process throughout the book.

Within the first few pages we have a lovely introduction to the dual-membered satyr species. Yes, you read that right. Two c*cks.

But it's okay ladies, the second one only comes out o...more
Francesca the Fierce (Under the Covers Book Blog)
I'm going to start off by saying I had big hopes for this book, and maybe that's why it seems like it fell short. I did like it. I didn't love it. There could've been a great story in this book, with lots of action and interesting characters, and instead we got a book that revolved around sex. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy the sex scenes as much as the next person but I like to read a bit more of a storyline, and I'm really put off when the big dying problems of the world are solved with just havi...more
Shannon (Giraffe Days)
I'm tossing up between three and four stars for this book. It was well written and had a fairly fast pace, though there were a few loose threads at the end. I found the scenes after they marry, towards the beginning, very un-erotic - the whole "lie back and think of England" thing always makes me seethe, and I kept hearing John Cleese from The Meaning of Life in my head saying "A kiss, boy! What's wrong with a kiss?" Nicholas could have learnt a thing or two from Monty Python that's for sure. Li...more
This book was "very" interesting, boring at times, yet different, weird & oddly entertaining. 2 penis'?!?!? Whoa! The only thing I hated, was that Nicholas fooled around on her. Men [or satyrs in this case] who cheat, are a major turn-off for me :(
This book is not for everyone however I did enjoy it. This is the type of story that I read every once in a while. I really liked the imagination that was put into this story and may one day pick up the next book in this series.
I won't lie and say I heard amazing things about this book so I had to read it. Quite the opposite actually. I saw one review in particular that caught my attention, a really bad one. This person seemed truly horrified after reading this book. So after being intrigued by the synopsis, I bought this book to make my own opinion.

I don't really know what I expected but I do know that I loved this story.

I made the mistake of believing this reviewers opinion to be fact! I quickly learnt that the w...more
♆ BookAddict ~ La Crimson Femme
Full disclosure - I bought this book only because I was told there would be sex with two dicks on a man. I have this little fetish for men endowed with two dicks. Did Nicholas satisfy my craving for two double penetration by one man? Fuck no. Nicholas is a heavy handed inconsiderate asshole. I don't like him. Yes, he may be sexier than hell and boy can he fuck like a Satyr, but he has the personality of a mo-fo. His lack of ability to communicate with his wife has a direct correlation with his f...more
Jan 02, 2008 Jan rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Paranormal Erotica
For a first time author I give it 5 out of 10 stars on the erotica scale.

This story is set during 1823 Italy, and was only slightly kinky having the unique concept that an Italian Satyr during the height of the full moon is in procession of a double phallus. I’ll let your imagination work out what uses that’s for. {snicker} There’s only one scene in the book pertaining to bondage and it’s only lightly touched on more along lines of love play. Adult toys, of a sort, were only briefly mentioned an...more
Jun 29, 2008 Heather rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People that like historical romance with their erotica
Recommended to Heather by: Laura
Let me start out by saying that this book is unusual. I was expecting that because of the reviews, however It was different than I expected.

I would almost put this book in the historical romance genre before erotica, although there are some definite erotic points in this book. It focuses on 3 Satyr brothers who must find 3 half- blood Faerie woman and marry them to offer them protection from otherworldly bad guys! This focuses on Nicholas finding Jane and their love story. There is some hot sex...more
Jane Stewart
3 ½ stars. Story was ok, slightly above average, but one sex scene was unforgettable.

I read this about five years ago. Since then, every once in a while, one sex scene would come to mind, but I could not remember what book it was from. Recently I asked Smart Bitches Trashy Books for help. They have a section called Help A Bitch Out (HABO) asking their readers for answers. They figured it out right away. I was so pleased.

I don’t know why that scene was so unforgettable, but here it is. Nicholas m...more
Maureen Feeney
Different but not great.

The story is set in Tuscany where Nicholas (half-man and half satyr) receives a message from King Feydon, he decrees that each brother marry one of the three human-faerie daughters he sired on visits to the earth world. Each daughter requires shielding from forces which threaten her and each will find protection as the wife of a Lord of Satyr so it's imperative they are found quickly. The brothers live on estates that surround their winery business and they decide...more
Kenya Wright

I couldn't finish it.

Sure the two penises were cool. The prologue was great! Then the first of the story started....loads of purple prose and dragging scenes (possibly due to the purple prose) became too much for me.

The characters' language was difficult to stick with at times.

the heroine for me was uninteresting.

The hero mildly interesting...and he had two big ones...yet...a tad bit boring.


I really wanted to enjoy it, but I didn't.

I still say give the book a chance. The author definetly...more
Dec 24, 2007 Emma rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: erotic historical romance readers
Hot!! Very unusual ideas (where did EA come up with this stuff?!), good historical setting and inventive plot. Sex is mostly m/f involving main characters Nicholas and Jane, but there is some menage involving Nicholas and Jane and other males. Also a small amount of f/f involving the villainess. This has some paranormal, but it's not vampire.

I recommend it if you like Jaid Black, Emma Holly, Robin Schone.
SPOILERS...Be warned!!

The star rating system just can't get to the heart of my feelings for this book. I started out giving the book a 4, in the middle I was flip flopping between a 3-4, and ended the book at a -1 so I thought a 2 would be fair.

When I began the book, I instantly realized this would be different than other PNR stories I've read. The ElseWorld creatures interesting and a different sort of 'creature' for me (I've been quite obsessed with vampires for a long time now) and I enjoyed...more
I gave up on Nicholas: The Lords of Satyr after completing 52%. This is not going to be a bad review, however. It IS a good erotic book, it just doesn't push my good buttons too well and then it clicked a couple of my squicks.

Firstly, I'm not really into historical pieces. I read it hoping that since our heroes walk in two worlds (Earthworld and Elseworld) that they'd rise above the primitive state of european culture in the 1700s or so. Unfortunately, no. When our title character is tasked with...more
Dec 24, 2007 Joan rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: readers of erotic historical paranormal romance
Nicholas is a creative tale that drew me in and was not just an excuse to fill a book with episodic sex. In short, this story is set in the 1800s and is about a satyr lord winemaker, who's loyal to his brothers, hides a secret, and goes after a faerie wife to produce an heir.

When Nick finds Jane, she's freaking over her weird unwanted talents and is worrying someone (perhaps her current suitor) will find out about them and condemn her. All she wants is to protect her sister and find a secure hom...more
Save your $ Save your time. Unless you are in for a read filled with sex that I can only assume is meant to shock the reader.

You care to read about a cold, falt, hero that has his heroine sleeping with his brothers. Skip this one.

Oh and lets not forget our hero's extra special sexual appendage that appears once a month! EWWWW!!!! is all I will say about that.

Was this book marked paranormal/fantasy or abnormal porn!
Waste of time and money.
Nicholas by Elizabeth Amber
Erotic Paranormal- August 1st, 2007
5 stars

In Nicholas, Elizabeth Amber begins the fabulously sensual Lord of the Satyrs series. This is a paranormal series of wickedly attractive men who are experts in the sensual arts. No one woman has ever been enough for their sexual prowess. However, the Satyr brothers are among the last of their kind. When they are commanded by the Faerie King to marry and protect his half-breed offspring all the brothers are reluctant but will to...more
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Hi, I'm Elizabeth Amber, author of The Lords of Satyr series of hot historical paranormal romance novels: Nicholas, Raine, Lyon, Dominic, Dane, Bastian, and Sevin (2012). I'm a museum junkie and love history and archeology. When I was an art history major at university many years ago, I became fascinated with Greco-Roman artifacts. I’ve visited many archeological sites and museums in Italy and Gre...more
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