Nicholas by Elizabeth Amber
HE HAD SWORN TO TAKE A PROPER WIFE.
HE HADN’T BARGAINED ON MEETING HIS MATCH …
Nicholas looks particularly like what he is – the attractive, effective beneficiary to a vineyard in Tuscany. In any case, Nicholas is a great deal more, for he is one of the toward the end in an old line of satyr men. What’s more, the withering lord of ElseWorld needs him to wed, as well as to marry one of the ruler’s own particular girls – a half-human, half-faerie lady uninformed of her legacy. Nicholas won’t evade his obligation to create beneficiaries to protect his race’s legacies, yet he never plans to make his lady of the hour his lone sweetheart. A satyr’s sexual craving and sexy aptitudes are unbelievable. One lady will never fulfill him.
On the other hand so Nicholas accepts until he meets Jane. As vivacious as she is fey, as lovely as she is blameless, she is all things considered resolved to make her new spouse hers alone – and she is anxious for him to show her each scrumptiously bodily mystery he knows