The Summoner and the Satyr by Leigh Wilder: Frodo’s Review
The Summoner and the Satyr
Summary From Goodreads:
Stepping away from the Romantica genre, Leigh Wilder writes a short erotic fantasy of pure lust.
Asyra is a Summoner, bringing forth creatures from other worlds to do her bidding. Since taking a position as a professor at the Dracon School of Magic she hasn’t had a man, and as she lusts over her students she knows she’s getting desperate. Asyra decides to summon the most sexual of beings–a satyr–to sate her growing needs. Can she handle the masculine beast, or has she taken on more than she can handle?
It’s time for another edition of Frodo’s Hobbit Sized Reviews! This is where I write a review in the time I have before I go to work or before I go to bed. Short and sweet just like 2nd breakfast!
Another short piece by Leigh Wilder? Yes please! Wilder is quickly becoming one of my “instant buy” authors, with each piece I read I crave more. The Summoner and the Satyr is in a subgenre of Erotica called PWP (Porn Without Plot) which is brand new to me. The lack of plot didn’t lower my enjoyment of the piece whatsoever and her writing continues to impress. It was sexy, naughty and left me wanting more, just like Asyra in the story. Using a satyr in erotica is something I had not come across before and that originality gave this steamy novella a uniqueness it otherwise might not have had.
Per usual, Wilder incorporates some humor and is unabashed when it comes to showcasing Asyra’s enjoyment and desire before and during. I would recommend this, as with the rest of her work that I’ve reviewed, to anyone looking for a short but very arousing piece. You will not be disappointed. Thanks as always for reading! ^.^
Goodreads 2013 Reading Challenge #112/200