Mar 20, 2010
Author: Nichelle Gregory
Publisher: Noble Romance Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance/Erotica
Length - 21 pages
Pagan & Pagan Elements: no/yes
Reviewed by: Monica S.
About The Book:
When a beautiful enchantress awakens from her slumber to soul-stirring music, she reveals herself to the gifted, gorgeous flutist playing nearby. Lanai is at once attracted to Arye and moved by his melodies. After a sizzling night of sex, the enchantress realizes she’s fallen in love for the first time.
Lanai offers her love to the Arye, a man that has never loved anything more than his flute. Although, the enchantress could use magic to win his heart, she wants him to love her on his own. Heartbroken and bitter, she casts a powerful spell over the flutist instrument that causes listeners to act out whatever emotion Ayre is feeling at the moment and disappears.
Unable to control his thoughts and fearful of harming his adoring audience, Ayre now only plays his enchanted flute when he is alone. Angry and determined, he spends his time searching for Lanai. Years go by and Ayre begins to give up hope that he will ever find the woman that consumes his thoughts and fuels his lustful desires. When he finally stumbles across the enchantress, Ayre is torn between fury and desire…or is it love?
This naughty little bit had all the elements you could want in a short story. The main characters were revealed enough so you got a connection but not too much that you were overwhelmed. There were a couple of mistakes in the book, but nothing that turned me off reading it.
The immediate ‘love’ between Ayre and Lanai was the one thing in the story that threw me off. I understand how love at first sight goes but in this book it was like love at first sound but. I couldn’t quite get the anchor for the love between these two characters except the hot steamy beach action.
Overall this story held my interest the entire way through and was good enough that I would definitely read more by this author.
Pagan Elements: There were only slight Pagan elements in this book. There is some magic and an enchantress who resembles a Greek Wood Nymph
Cover (Rated 1-10): 7 I liked the cover, it portrays the book exactly as it is.
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