Wicked Satyr Nights

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Sassy paranormal romance

review by Traceyb

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 ...

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Satyrs are hot hot hot!

review by DarjanaBRose

Pan got screwed! It's not like he did that to Dionysus on purpose! He didn't know that Syrinx was the promised one. Dionysus is a douche bag and got what he deserved. Leave it a Greek God to be so childish. Even if she was a pawn in Dion's selfish ...

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A wonderful first book in a series of standalone reads.

review by Appyt-Teresa

This book was so much fun to read.. We get Dr Katerina Silverton, a zoologist hired by a rich CEO of a film company to look into evidence of the fabled Jersey Devil. Kat takes the job in order to fund future "real" research jobs. Pan, the "Jersey Devil" is ...

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Great book!

review by pkelly01

I really enjoyed reading this book. I loved the story line, the characters and the interaction between them. It was very well written. Really cool concept with how the Satyr's came to being and cursed. Would definitely read more books from this author!

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A new kinda of Sexy enter the Jersey Devil

review by Nyghtengale79

Wicked Satyr Night was a pleasant surprise yes it does follow the standard format for paranormal romance, but I love its take on the god Pan from mythology. I love the greek Pantheon and it was nice to see Pan as more than a two-dimensional horny goat. The humor was ...

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Awesome fun!

review by Carolinasongbird

I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to read the next one! I love the personalities of the characters and the way they interact with each other. I have always enjoyed Greek mythology and was very impressed with the amount of research that the author had to have done ...

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Wickedly Delightful!

review by MeganWilliams

I received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I loved Rebekah Lewis's use of Greek mythology in this contemporary setting, you can really tell she knows her lore. This book starts out from our lead character Katerina's point of view. We get a little ...

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