Of Crimson and Collars
Book one in the American Satyrs Series
Stella and Audra Price work together to bring us a stunning story of domination, submission, demons, satyrs, water nymphs, trickery and lust. The characters pull you into the story and have you feeling as if you are standing there watching them from the room they are in. I would definitely read anything else they write as this was a most enjoyable read.
The Satyr King, Rictus Arcane, has summoned Esben Chambers to the Solar Convergence summit. Not knowing why, Rictus reluctantly goes being told by the imp that he is the last satyr prince of the Tempest clan. His father can’t be found. When they went to send word about the summit to the Tempest compound they found the compound totally deserted and empty.
When arriving at the summit he finds that it is a collaring ceremony of sorts and that Milton the head of the Arcane clan has chosen his daughter Minerva to be collared by him, if she pleases him. When Minerva and Esben come together it is unlike anything either of them has felt before. She gives him everything he has asked for and more, which makes him want her even more. But unless she is collared the other Princes at the summit can try her and possibly collar her themselves and he will not have this.
By the 3rd day of the Summit he still has not collared her and she is wondering if he ever will do so. His actions are showing that he might but he doesn’t show that he actually will. Will he decide to collar her and take his place as the head of the Tempest leader?
Book Blurb for Of Crimson and Collars
Paranormal/ Multiple Partners
A prince without a kingdom, and a princess without a master. A Satyr's passion knows no bounds.
As a princess of the Satyr confederation, Minerva has been coddled, spoiled and revered, as well as taught and trained just how to serve her Satyr. Beautiful, sexy and a prize in herself, she's anxious to meet the man that will become her lover, master, and reason for living.
Esben Chambers, a half demon, half something else orphan lives on earth with few cares or ties. His family partially unknown, he's embraced his Strigo, or time demon, heritage, though some of his powers are well out of the scope of the lords of time.
When an Imp shows up at his estate and claims he's the only living Satyr prince to clan Tempest, Ben realizes there might be something to figuring out just who his father's people were, and agrees to go to New York for a Convergence Summit. He's counting on figuring out why he was left alone in the world.
What he doesn't count on is the enchanting woman he sees in a floor show, the woman that makes his blood burn to possess her.
Reader Advisory: This book contains bloodletting, polyamourous scenes, brief f/f interaction, very mild D/s and Satyrs with a very unique look at relationships. If you enjoy your heroes giving with a heart of gold, Ben and the world of Satyr might not be for you.
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