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3.71  ·  Rating details ·  90 ratings  ·  49 reviews
Syrinx pulled a fast one on Pan to escape his raging lust. The God of Chastity wasn't about to break her vows and succumb to his temptations. Transported to the twenty-first century, she runs a florist shop—fulfilling her fake, mortal life. Until the breathtaking Parker Thomas hires her to decorate his grand estate for a gala. Five hundred roses? Easy enough. Except Parker ...more
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Published February 24th 2014 by Entangled: Covet
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Feb 07, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Syrinx is the Goddess of Chastity and a challenge to the God Pan who has never had a woman say no to him. In order for Syrinx to keep her chastity she escapes off Olympus and becomes Sylvia Rain in our realm and establishes a floral business. Pan follows and takes on a new identity also as Parker Thomas to win Syrinx over. With the advice from Rutherford Hayes (Parker Thomas butler/helper/friend) Pan learns many lessons and does his best to win the heart not just the chastity of Sylvia/Syrinx. T ...more
Feb 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Pan has met his match in Syrinx, the Goddess of Chastity, in Aubrie Dionne's Pan's Conquest. Syrinx a.k.a. Sylvia Rain holds onto her chastity like a security blanket, even though her river nymph's passion ignites when around Pan a.k.a Parker Thomas. I enjoyed the growth of her character and how she learned what truly defines her. Wild and handsome Pan/Parker is a worthy adversary and love interest toward Syrinx/Sylvia. His character's growth warmed my heart. Sylvia's friend Kaye is adorable and ...more
InD'tale Magazine
This is a very creative piece unlike any that this reader has ever read before. The goddesses and god coming into our modern world is a nice touch.

Read full review in the 2014 November issue of InD’tale Magazine.
Mar 03, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: own, reviewed
My Review:
For those of you who don't know. I was a classical humanities major in college. A huge part of my curriculum involved the studies of ancient philosophy and myth. I love mythology. So, with that type of a background, you can imagine that I'm always on the lookout for stories that involve myth in any way and my particular favorites are those who have Gods who disguise themselves as humans in the mortal realm or as Harry Potter fans would say, in the muggle world.

I have been looking for
Amber Daulton
Apr 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Thank you, author Aubrie Dionne and Ashley Hill from Paranormal Sisters blogspot, for a review copy of this novella.

First of all, I absolutely love Greek mythology so I jumped at the chance to read this book. Of course this love story is totally different from the actual Greek myth which I���m happy about. The myth doesn���t have a happy ending. This story does!
Syrinx and Pan are two self-obsessed characters in the beginning of the book. All she cares about is remaining a virgin and judging ever
It is well known that an excellent source for our day Fantasy literature is the mythology of different nations. The myths, created insofar to explain the misunderstood phenomena, to motivate good choices or wrong, but also to warn and impose certain behavior, have enchanted the minds (imagination) and the souls of many generations. But most mythological tales have a tragic end, at least for one of the parties involved. This same case is in the story of Pan and the nymph Syrinx, where in the tryi ...more
Melody  May (What I'm Reading)
Mar 01, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, arc, contemporary
Posted on What I'm Reading

I don't know how many out there know a lot about Greek Mythology. Honestly, I only know a few of the really big names like Zeus, Hera, and Hades. However, most of the stories are interesting, but we just don't focus a lot of time on them. So, when I got an opportunity to checkout Pan's Conquest by Aubrie Dionne, I just jumped at the opportunity for a couple of reasons. One, the story intrigued me. Second, I have enjoyed Aubrie's writing before.

For those who don't know
Nancy (The Avid Reader)
I received a free copy of the book from the author for my honest opinion.

Pan is the God of Fertility and can have any woman he wants. Pan is use to women just falling at his feet. He is use to them chasing him. To Pan having a woman is just another notch on his belt as they say. But then Pan meets up with the Goddess of Chastity, Syrinx and she is not about to break the vows that she has made. So she runs away from Pan when he chases after her. Pan goes after Syrinx and follows her to earth wher
DelAnne Frazee
Feb 24, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed
Title: Pan's Conquest
Author: Aubie Dionne
Publisher: Entangled Publishing LLC
Published: 2-24-2014
ISBN: 978-1-62266-346-0
Pages: 119
Genre: Romance
Tags: Paranormal, Fantasy, Mythology
Sensual Level: Mild
Overall Rating: Great 4.5

Who could be more polar opposites than the goddess of chastity and the god of fertility. Sometimes fates look at the world and have themselves a huge laugh. Aubrie Dionne shows her sense of humor by having Syrinx, who has pledge to remain chaste all her
Eva Millien
Feb 27, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: entangled
3 1/2 STARS

This mythological fantasy romance hits the sweet spot with a fantastic tale of what true love can accomplish.

Goddess of Chastity, Syrinx wasn’t about to succumb to Pan’s temptations so she escaped to the twenty-first century where she runs a florist shop and lives out her fake mortal life until the breathtaking Parker Thomas hires her to decorate his gala and makes her feel things she can’t ignore. Determined to win the one that got away, Pan the God of Fertility poses as a mortal to
Feb 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: read-in-2014
Syrinx is the God of Chasity and she won't break her vows. Pan makes her want things she can't have so she runs from him and hides in the twenty-first century. Running a floral shop she lives a normal mortal life. She takes a job for a great looking man named Parker to decorate his estate for a gala. She worries because she starts to fall for Parker. Pan won't give up wanting Syrinx. He is the God of Fertility and while most maidens run to him, Syrinx is constantly running away. He will do anyth ...more
Mar 21, 2014 rated it really liked it
A sweet and lovely romance, Pan's Conquest was a wonderful read. I really liked this book. It was light, sweet, and an enjoyable read.

Syrinx was a lovely heroine. She was strong and determined to stay true to herself despite the urging of others. My one problem with her was that she was rather judgmental. It was even directly stated several times that it was part of her nature. It annoyed me how she was so self-righteous and determined to stay on her high horse. Other than that, though, I though
Christine Rains
Feb 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Syrinx has escaped the God of Fertility, Pan, untouched by his lusty ambitions. Transporting herself to the twenty-first century, she has a fulfilling life as a florist. She wants for nothing more until the gorgeous Parker Thomas orders hundreds of roses for a gala. While Syrinx loves her work, Parker is distracting, making her desire something she never thought she'd want. Except Parker doesn't really exist. He's Pan in disguise, and he's finding he wants more than just one night with Syrinx. C ...more
Ginny  Gallagher
Mar 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
“She’d chosen to embody the goddess of chastity, and no male god—especially not a wild philanderer—could change that.” –Syrinx (Pan’s Conquest)

At only 153 pages Pan’s Conquest is a quick read. I enjoyed the characters and the story. The romance is great and there is a touch of mystery surrounding Pan.

We begin with the prologue, which gives us a few pages of back-story on Syrinx and Pan’s history. Chapter one then delivers us to modern day and the new world that Pan and Syrinx find themselves liv
Desiree Putaski
Aug 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
You can’t be more opposite than the Goddess of Chastity and the God of Fertility. Just about everyone knows that mythology rarely has a happily ever after; myths are fraught with sadness, death, and mostly unhappy endings. Ms. Dionne takes a chance by taking on a myth (well known or not) and changing it into a love story gone right.

There was more to this story than just a sweet love story though. Throughout the book the characters morph into more than they started out as. Just because you carry
Feb 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance, fantasy
If you love mythology and cute romances as I do, don't miss this new book by Aubrie Dionne!

Syrinx, the goddess of chastity, escaped Pan, the god of fertility eons ago. His lust for Syrinx has not abated but she's disappeared. While Syrinx was attracted to Pan, she was not giving up her vow of chastity for him.

Fast forward to a the 21st century. The gods and goddesses of old have scattered as they've lost their influence on everyone's daily lives. Syrinx renamed Sylvia now owns and manages a fl
Rosemary K
Feb 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Syrinx, the Goddess of Chastity, is on the run. She needs to escape Pan, the God of Fertility. He desires her and he won't stop until he has her. To find peace, she goes to the mortal world and assumes a human identity. Is she safe? She is happy on earth and enjoys working with her flowers. However, everything changes when she meets the charismatic Parker Thomas. He tempts her, but what does she know about him? Will she break her vow of chastity? Will she find love? Aubrie Dionne writes a romant ...more
Ambrosia Sullivan
Apr 24, 2014 rated it really liked it
I love the myth and legend behind this book and for me you don't get to read about Pan nearly enough so a Book with him as the love interest yes please! He has met his match in the Goddess of Chasity and is truly shocked when she flees from him. Made me smile a bit at that, cause I am sure he had that feeling of "shes saying no to me?!" that some men get. To me he took the high road though when opting for seduction even if it is under his fake mortal persona.

This book is well written and has a f
Cher Green
Aug 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy
Pan’s Conquest is a fun, easy read. The author, Aubrie Dionne, lulls you into the mythological tale of Pan (God of Fertility) and Syrinx (Goddess of Chastity). And then, she takes you on a journey of modern day love with a Godly twist.

Tired of running from Pan’s pursuits, Syrinx escapes her life and becomes Sylvia Rains, a florist. She creates a life for herself among the human race. But, what she doesn’t count on is Pan’s determination. When Parker Thomas, a rich businessman, shows up in her li
Shawna The Crazy Bookseller
Feb 12, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc, ebook
I was given an ARC for my honest review

Look for my review in the next couple of days. but for now this book was really good. it left me saying "wow".

Ok I still don't have the words for this book. I loved the mythological aspect dealing with the main characters. They can live in any century they choose and they end up in our time. One is running from the other, and one chasing to win another conquest in bed. But they never would have known that they would fall in love.

This is a must read.
Julie Salinas
Feb 18, 2014 rated it really liked it
Light up a floral candle and put on your fuzzy slippers on and steep your herbal tea. Get ready for a surprisingly fresh and unique tale of a god, Pan and a water nymph, "Sylvia" as they dance around their true natures while residing in the human realm. I truly fell in love with this story. Mythology is based on God's with human characteristics, good, bad and ugly, but also of the positives of human nature as well, such as love, and friendship. This story does a great job of keeping the main cha ...more
Feb 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Lust to Love.....Pan is the greek god of fertility who has followed Syrinx the goddess of chasity to modern times...Even though she desires him too, she doesn't want to be 'just another notch on his belt'....and at first, it is just about conquest for him. Both gods are pretending to be mortal to fit in. There is really a sweet story about them really getting to know each other and themselves....and about how people can change....and about love. Both Pan and Syrinx are very likeable, vulnerable ...more
Sofia Lazaridou
Mar 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc
Sylvia's friend Kaye and Rutherford stole my heart in this book. Pan and Sylvia were also great, but I loved Rutherford and I really wanted Kaye to find her happy ending (may I have her story?). Rutherford was much a sweet old man and a father figure to Pan and Kaye was the best friend Sylvia could have. She was very supportive and helped Sylvia when things were bad.

I laughed when I read the book and I shed a tear or two. I enjoyed it and you will too. Sylvia and Pan are total opposites and yet
Samaris Creech
Feb 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I thoroughly enjoyed this book: Pan and Syrinx are a true delight. No story is complete without the evil one of course which in this case would be Coral. Kaye is a great supporting character in this book she helps Syrinx with many important choices as well as her business. I love this story because though it has to so with Greek God’s it shows that even the mythological have troubles when it comes to love it is not just a human problem.
Angel Hatfield
Jul 10, 2014 rated it really liked it
I received a reviewers copy of this novella, and considering some of the ones I've received through the same program, I didn't have very high expectations. However, I can say that I was pleasantly surprised. There was plenty of information put into this so that there was nothing lacking in the story. You got to see the two main characters change in a way that worked. It definitely made me want to find more stories from this author.
Melissa Ann
Apr 20, 2014 rated it really liked it
**** Review Originally Posted at
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"Pan's Conquest" by Aubrie Dionne is a story that deals with some of the Greek gods and myths that people might not be that familiar with. Instead of going the easy route and writing about the famous gods like Zeus, Athena, or Aphrodite, Dionne writes about Syrinx, the goddess of chastity and Pan, the god of fertility.

Obviously chastity and fertility aren't normally two traits that go well together. However, ever
Gigi staub
Feb 10, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc
Syrinx pulled a fast one on Pan to escape his raging lust. The God of Chastity wasn't about to break her vows and succumb to his temptations. Transported to the twenty-first century, she runs a florist shop—fulfilling her fake, mortal life. Until the breathtaking Parker Thomas hires her to decorate his grand estate for a gala. Five hundred roses? Easy enough. Except Parker makes her feel things she can't ignore...

As the God of Fertility, Pan is used to maidens flocking in droves to his pastures.
Feb 13, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: historical, romance
Sparks are always going to fly between the goddess of chastity and the god of fertility. They are two edges of the same sword, two sides of the same coin. To say they have to meet in the middle sounds sort of obvious, but mythology is full of such tales.

Syrinx is the goddess of chastity and she’s being pursued by Pan, the god of fertility. She’s tempted and that’s the problem. She shouldn’t be, by her own estimation. So she makes a deal with a water nymph and hides out in the twenty-first centu
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Aubrie grew up watching the original Star Wars movies over and over again until she could recite and reenact every single scene in her backyard. She also loved The Goonies, Star Trek the Next Generation-favorite character was Data by far-, and Indiana Jones. But, her all time favorite movie was The Last Unicorn. She still wonders why the unicorn decided to change back to a unicorn in the end.


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