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Man-gods born to live and love forever, the Lords of Satyr are renowned for their sexual prowess. Out of nowhere, a mysterious, haunting voice calls out to him. The temple is the find of his career, but his heart is about to face the unknown. Michaela is a pure Ephemeral. She can enter the bodies of others–and become any woman a man might wish to possess.
His choice is her pleasure. And the commanding and utterly virile Bastian is the only man she desires. Paperbackpages.
The Lords of Satyr 6. To see what your friends lorda of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bastianplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Apr 14, Laurie Garrison rated it really liked it Shelves: Bastian is number sex in The Lords of Satyr. So, I told myself to keep going. When I got almost to the sattr I was so hooked, mostly because the author has a imagination and her world she has created is just fantastic, plus she put it on paper really well.
The way she came about Silvia being an Ephemeral was wonderful and you could really read her pain and sorrow at times. Bastian may have a hard time finding love, but when he finds it he will stop at nothing to lkrds it. With this being the sixth book in the series I never felt like I was missing anything in the story by not reading the first five.
I am very happy that I tried this book, so please check this book out, you just might find loeds not putting it down. Sep 14, Ceej rated it really liked it. Bastian is my kind of man! He’s a nerd with a more than healthy sexual appetite. I find it intriguing Amber did for Bastian the same that was done to Nicholas. I wondered why Nicholas shared his woman and the others didn’t and now Bastian does the same in a different way.
If Sqtyr ever get the chance, I will ask her why the oldest sagyr share. Beyond that, this was a sensual erotic ride into a world I’ve come to love. It’s always a treat to see what woman Amber will bring to these men and how the sto Bastian is my kind of man!
Bastian (The Lords of Satyr, #6) by Elizabeth Amber
It’s always a treat to see what woman Amber will bring to these men and how the story plays out. This time was truly interesting. Amber touched on the taboo subject of incest without making it horrible. I don’t think I could have finished if she had allowed Silvia’s father to touch her but it did add a twist to Pontifex’s obsession with Silvia. There was also the girl on girl action which Amber had never introduced before.
The real kicker was having Bastian make love to Silvia as a man and openly claim her. I was like WOW! This is one of the reasons I love her books. They don’t all follow the same pattern for every single book. She doesn’t lead each hero to his heroine or tell their story with the same syncopated telling. Yes boy meets girl but you’re never sure if boy and girl are going to live happily ever after.
Nor is there always that one angst filled event to tear them apart. Each story is another revelation into their world. The story is always filled with myth, magic and mystery to keep the reader plugged in. My only regret is that I didn’t feel as if I truly knew Bastian and Silvia at the end.
All in all, I did love the story and enjoyed every single moment as it was revealed. I impatiently await the next book especially to find out how they deal with the Else World meets Earth World aspect. Apr 19, Vanessa theJeepDiva rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was not sure what to expect going into this book. I knew from the previous book Dane and the beginnings of this book that Bastian has a lover, Michaela. The synopsis on the back of the book mentions his love interest being Silvia.
Rest assured that is not where this book goes. I was pleased to read how it all worked out. It works for a very interesting read. Silvia is an Eph I was not sure what to expect going into this book.
Silvia is an Ephemeral. I loved how this concept worked for her character. It allowed for the romance in this book to take on a very deep love for the individual, not the physical appearance, or type of being. The love story in this book is incredible. It is not only a very sexual erotic romance, but a deep passionate one. Bastian who never thought he would be capable of loving a female finds that he is in love with Silvia, but it is not quite that simple.
He finds that he is falling in love and eventually he realizes that he in love with various individuals that all seem to be the same individual to him. He sees this one individual differently than anything else that he looks at. Silvia has to be close to Bastian. She seeks to reacquire some of the artifacts that he is excavating at his archeological dig site.
These items originally belonged to her fellow Vestals. She feels that these items may free them from where they are currently trapped. Silvia realizes that every day she is with Bastian that she is falling in love with him.
She knows that nothing can become of this due to the vows that she took when she became a Vestal. This series keeps getting better. I am very eager to see where the next book is going to take the characters.
Something very shocking occurs at the end of this book that is going to have some repercussions on how the Satyrs continue living their lives in EarthWorld.
It is something that I really did not foresee and I am definitely curious to see how it will play out. This is all written tastefully and flows well with the eroticism of the book.
Aug 23, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: I liked the story, but found the romance a bit violent for me. Sometimes it seemed closer to force than a romance should involve in my opinion. Re-reading that review makes me smile. I originally read this when I was in my early 20s and a bit more innocent in my reading tastes.
If I ever have the chance to re-read this after reading the whole series from the start I imagine it’ll get bastisn better rating and more descriptive review. Considering the length of my to-read list, which are all unread I liked the story, but found the romance a bit violent for me.
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Considering the length of my to-read list, which are all unread not re-reads, that’s a pretty big if. Nov 21, Suzanne rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. LOL so much out there and so much choice A lot of people liked it and that’s great Elizabeth Amber has created a world of fantasy, based in the baetian religions lors histories of Europe and Rome. The rich textures of this world are fascinating, and the mix of real history and fantasy are so well combined to draw the reader into the story.
Michaela and Silvia were best friends for untold centuries, until Michaela chooses to become mortal for the man she loves. Raised in the temple of Vesta, Silvia is one of the Vestal Virgins, while Michaela becomes a Companion, trained to pleasure Elizabeth Amber has created a world of fantasy, based in the old religions and histories of Europe and Rome.
Raised in the temple of Vesta, Silvia is one of the Vestal Virgins, while Michaela becomes a Companion, trained to pleasure the dignitaries of Elseworld, and traveling Earthside on occasion. There she falls in love with Bastian Satyr, ov of the second generation of the Lords of Satyr, and chooses to leave the life of an Ephemeral to become mortal for him.