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Frodo’s Frisky Friday: Taken By the Satyr

Frodo's Frisky Friday

Taken By the Satyr by Celestia Dew

Taken By the Satyr

Summary From Goodreads:

Anthea the nymph’s purpose in life is to give pleasure to the young people who visit her. Still, she is unfulfilled, until a satyr catches her unawares while bathing. She conquers her fear of him and finds animalistic pleasure in his arms. Contains m/m/f, m/f, multiple explicit scenes, rough sex, size. An 18+ erotic fantasy sure to titillate.

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It’s time for another edition of Frodo’s Hobbit Sized Reviews! Short and sweet just like 2nd breakfast!

Taken By the Satyr is another naughty short story by the lovely people at Luna Erotica, and it (as is pretty obvious) has a fantasy theme to it just like many of the books I’ve featured here. Unlike many of the others that I’ve read, however, Taken By the Satyr is less comical and more about showing what these mythological creatures would have gone through if they were (or are) real.

Both Anthea and Phanocles (the satyr) were characters to be pitied, or at least sympathized with. Anthea’s life seems to be perfect and filled with love (or at minimum lust) yet she feels empty and unfulfilled. Phanocles takes what he wants and does as he pleases which seems very freeing, and he has the might to do so, but he appears sad at times and lonely. This depth of character in a story so short is what sets the Luna writers apart from the rest and makes these not only worth reading, but re-reading as well.

For those looking for some naughty fantasy creature time, no worries, that is here too. The sex scenes aren’t entirely my taste, but they are well done and enjoyable nonetheless. It’s easy to recommend this, especially if you have enjoyed any of this subgenre before. Thanks as always for reading, and have a great weekend! ^.^

Goodreads 2014 Reading Challenge #80/365; 2014 Ebook Reading Challenge #26/75

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