I have read most of Charlotte Boyett-Campo’s reaper books and I have never been disappointed and Black Moon Reaper is no exception. From the first pagI have read most of Charlotte Boyett-Campo’s reaper books and I have never been disappointed and Black Moon Reaper is no exception. From the first page we are immersed into the carefully constructed world of the Western Wind series.
Phelan has no desire for a mate, no desire to feel love, he’s been down that road and doesn’t plan on visiting again. When he finds out about a new mining community which has sprung up in his territory he has to check it out. Coming face to face with a mysterious stranger and then the verdant eyes of the beautiful Lucy, Phelan knows he's in trouble.
Lucy is a madam and has been a prostitute since she was sold into it at age 12. Her life has been hard and cruel but when she lays eyes on Phelan it all disappears and a longing she has never known surges through her.
The attraction which Phelan feels for Lucy is so strong he can’t resist, but he knows he has a job to do. He needs to investigate the strange goings on in the town and up at the mine. He has company in the mysterious Beau Sorn, who makes it known that he would like nothing more than to claim Phelan for himself. Between the two Phelan has more feelings coming at him that he can handle, but he pushes it all aside to carry out his mission - find out what is going on down at the mine.
Black Moon Reaper is one surprise after another. Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out then Ms. Campo throws you another loop and you’re off again on another wild ride. I love these reaper stories, can’t get enough of them in fact and I hope that Ms. Campo never runs out of ideas for this wonderful series of series. Wonderful world building, strong relatable characters, strong plot development and of course some extremely scorching sex scenes all combine to make Black Moon Reaper one hell of a story! ...more
Lyon: The Lords of Satyr is the third book in this series – and one I’ve been long awaiting. I have loved this series from the first book – Nicholas,Lyon: The Lords of Satyr is the third book in this series – and one I’ve been long awaiting. I have loved this series from the first book – Nicholas, and Elizabeth Amber has never failed to disappoint. Each book can stand on its own and each has its own amazing plot and characters. You really won’t believe it until you read them.
Lyon is the youngest of the three brothers and probably fighting the need to marry the most. He’s enjoyed his life style and doesn’t think he can ever be tied down to one woman. Still he searches for her and couldn’t be more surprised to find her in a brothel, especially after thinking he had already found the woman to be his wife – or rather mermaid.
Juliette is not your normal courtesan in more ways than one. She has the ability to weave spells. Always worried about what she is capable of she tries to hide her talents, but not before evil is brought in to her life by way of an absinthe addicted guardian.
Lyon and Juliette had more ups and downs than an elevator on their road searching for their happily ever after. If you’re already a fan of the series you won’t be disappointed with Lyon. It is entertaining and enthralling. If you’re new to the Lords of Satyr Series I guarantee you’ll want to back and read the previous two novels.
Underlying all of these stories is the need to find a cure for a rampant virus which is attacking grape vines all over Europe. The Satyr brothers are working on a cure but who knows if it will be in time. But in order to do this they need their full strength and their half-faerie wives.
Lyon is dashing, handsome and sexy beyond believe. Juliette is heart warming, sad and strong ad the same time. Truly needing to overcome adversity Juliette probably has the furthest to go to attain happiness in her life and I enjoyed every step of the way.
Lyon: The Lords of Satyr is not one to be missed. Whether this is your first introduction to Elizabeth Amber’s stories or you’re a die hard fan you will love this story. Filled with smoldering passion, suspense, and enough twists to tie you up in knots, this is summer reading at its pinnacle. ...more
A twist on so many different fairy tales it is almost hard to keep up, Daffodil is sort of like an erotic Mother Goose story. Anny Cook meshes just abA twist on so many different fairy tales it is almost hard to keep up, Daffodil is sort of like an erotic Mother Goose story. Anny Cook meshes just about every childhood fantasy into one neat package of three – the three daughters of Florian LeFleur. Of course as with most packages there is more than just the sexy wrapping on the outside. There are three books in this series but they can be read as a stand alone. However, I don’t think you’ll want to miss any of them.
The youngest of the three sisters, Daffodil has a tendency to be well…a witch to put it nicely – and a very demanding one at that. Even though her father thinks she’s submissive he has never seen her real side – the one Raulf the butler knows all too well.
The three sisters are carted off to Came-a-lot to make good marriages and get them out of their father’s hair, the same father who deserted them years before, and the same father who has very devious plans in work. Raulf who is determined to have Daffodil for his own, realizes his prized collection of “paraphernalia” is missing and follows after the girls to retrieve his property – Daffodil included.
Daffodil is a delightful romp through the Avalon country side. Replete with dragons, fairies, evil witches and trolls. There are of course the necessary extraordinarily sexy men and Ms. Cook makes sure there is no shortage in that department. The story goes up, down and sideways with intrigue, murder, and of course sex – and lots of it. The female characters are all very strong willed and downright feisty. A very steamy read, downright smoldering in fact, and one that will help you escape for a wonderfully erotic interlude. ...more