Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Review: The Satyr's Curse by: Alexandrea Weis

Title: The Satyr's Curse
Author: Alexandrea Weis
Source: Review Request
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: 261 pages Paperback
Reviewed by: Emi


**I received a copy of this book for an honest review**



Gruesome murders are rocking New Orleans. 

But Jazzmyn Livaudais is too busy running her restaurant to pay attention to the sensational headlines. And when the charismatic Julian Devereau enters Jazzmyn’s life, she becomes even more distracted by the handsome stranger. 

Seduced by Julian’s charm, Jazzmyn is swept up in a passionate romance. Then she learns the horrific truth about Julian and the murders. Cursed to an unending life where no woman can satisfy his lust and no wine can quench his thirst, Julian needs Jazzmyn’s love to free him from his torment. 

But Jazzmyn is in love with someone else. And Julian isn’t very happy about it. 

He vows to keep on killing until Jazzmyn submits to his will. 

For Jazzmyn Livaudais the nightmare is just beginning. 

No one can ever break The Satyr’s Curse.





I thought this was a great read! I love the cover too. I have a love for many things; history and mostly anything mysterious.  The two places I want to visit most in the US are New Orleans and Savannah. So when I read a book with either of those areas I love it. They have so much history and mystery they are the perfect backdrop for a story.  At first I was undecided like Jazzmyn but once I saw more of Julian’s character I made my decision. I wish she would have too, lol. She had her doubts but she didn't listen to her gut, and that was her mistake. Kyle had his issues too but the doubts she had about Julian were on a deeper and more sinister level.  Julian’s cursed and he believes that Jazzmyn is the only one who can break his curse, but when the time comes, he finds another little fork in the road to his redemption. To be honest, he deserved the curse, and still does. He’s a typical arrogant, selfish, chauvinist and does only what will benefit him. Alexandrea definitely did her job well; I really don’t like his character, lol. It’s a great read and if you love mystery and magic I definitely recommend it.  



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