I picked up this book hoping to learn more about the Great God of Nature, Pan himself. I was extremely excited about reading it… Once I started I had a hard time continuing. Like most books lately, I feel as though I have had to force myself to continue reading. I did force myself to settle in with this book and I found that I began to enjoy it. It started off slow for me, but I eventually found humor in small jokes that most people wouldn’t otherwise understand. I enjoyed the feel of a Beauty and the Beast take on these characters. Over all I don’t have any complaints about it. If you’re looking for something interesting to read, and have an open mind, you really should try this one.
Some creatures want to be found.
When Dr. Katerina Silverton travels into the Pine Barrens to make a documentary on the Jersey Devil, she doesn't believe she will find evidence of anything supernatural. However, Kat soon finds herself face-to-face with the very creature she was sent into the forest to capture on film.
In Ancient Greece, the god Pan made a terrible mistake which resulted in the creation of a race of immortal satyrs. Centuries later, he lives secluded in the Pine Barrens, frightening the mortals by taking the guise of an abhorrent local monster. When a beautiful woman shows up in his forest looking for proof of his existence, Pan can't resist revealing himself to her.
But outside forces may be manipulating them both, pushing them together for nefarious reasons. Kat must decide if she could learn to love a satyr or if his appearance is more than she can handle. Can she resist Pan's wicked nature, or will she give into the temptations beyond her wildest fantasies?