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  • A Satyr in Sydney by Anna Kinlan

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    A Satyr in Sydney (A Satyr Downunder 1)

    Ancient satyr. Modern girl.

    The ‘Treasures of Ancient Greece’ exhibition has arrived in Sydney at last, thanks to the hard work of art historian Minty Parker. She’s been working towards this moment for years so she’s used to spending her life among dead artefacts. But when Minty accidentally frees Darien, a pleasure-seeking satyr, she discovers that one of the ancient treasures is very much alive.

    Zeus punished Darien by imprisoning him in a Grecian vase and he’s been frozen for millennia. That’s a long time for a lusty satyr to go without satisfaction and when he finds himself in downtown Sydney he’s eager to embrace everything. Especially Minty. After all, she’s the one who called him across the centuries. And he has something for her. A magical, sensual experience – the satyr’s gift. It’s what he’s made for.

    The problem is, Minty doesn’t want him. Relationships don’t interest her. There’s no time for them, not if she’s to complete her studies and do well at her career. Minty is an all-work-no-play kind of girl. She doesn’t want a boyfriend and she’s not up for casual encounters. And she would never, ever sleep with someone who isn’t quite human.

    This short erotic novella is an adult fantasy full of sensual pleasures, temptation and hints of magic. The story stands alone but is best read as part of the erotic romance series, ‘A Satyr Downunder.’

  • Four Fantasies by Anna Kinlan

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    Four steamy fantasies in four historical settings:

    Led Astray

    Anselm is a young novice at Worston Abbey. If he is to become a monk, he must maintain his vows. He follows the Vow of Obedience when Brother Cedric sends him to the luscious local herbalist, Ysabel, but once there he find his commitment to the Vow of Chastity is severely tested.

    Petals and Pistons

    Now that her husband Edgar is dead, Mrs. Adelaide Portsmythe is on a mission. She will travel up the Amazon in search of the fabled orchid, Queen of the Night. Like all good Victorian ladies, Mrs. Portsmythe is sensible, demure and modest. Until she meets the devilishly wicked Captain Rodriguez, that is. By the end of the voyage Adelaide has discovered that seeking pleasure is a goal in its own right.

    Perfect Skin

    A gang of marauders raid the town of Elleshire on market day. Aisla runs for her life but is abducted and trapped in a cave with the brigand’s anonymous leader. She wakes up blindfolded and naked on furs in front of the firelight. The brigand proceeds to use her perfect skin in very creative ways – and not at all how Aisla expects. Just who is this unusual man?

    A Gifted Physician

    What ails the lovely Lady Mary? She has taken to her bed and lies about in the ornate four-poster, complaining of fever and weakness. She insists that only the handsome physician, Edmund, can cure her. And there is only one cure she seeks. Edmund tries to resist, but the Lady is most persistent.