Under the Satyr Moon a curse was wrought, and under the same moon shall it be reversed...
...if the Fates allow.
freelance photography job goes downhill fast when Lily Anders'
boyfriend dumps her and disappears from the campsite, leaving her
stranded in the middle of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Feeling lost,
heartbroken, and afraid, Lily follows a mysterious melody through the
wilderness. She never would have guessed the source of the music would
reveal that legendary figures of Greek mythology really existed, and she
could be one of them.
Ever since he was cursed, Ariston has only
wanted one thing—to be human again. He has searched the globe for a
nymph to free him, but over three thousand years of failure has pushed
him into a life of solitude. Ariston believes he's finally found the
salvation he's longed for when he finds Lily spying on him in the
forest. Unfortunately, he has to convince her to like him first.
seems to be the Fates bringing them together in time for the Satyr Moon
proves to be an elaborate scheme with macabre intentions. Dionysus has
sent Ariston's estranged brother, Adonis, to ensure the curse cannot be
broken, and nothing tosses cold water over the flame of seduction like a
twin seeking vengeance.
loved this book so much that I immediately wanted to read it again
after I finished. The story-line evolves into something more complex and
sinister from the first installment in the series. The characters and
plot seemingly gain more depth. The chemistry between the primary
characters is just as explosive as it is in book 1, only there is so
much more on the line and things could go devastatingly wrong. The plot
twists are a nice touch and on a side note, I adore Hermes! He's
I have a new author to follow and I honestly cannot get enough of these books. 5 stars!