When Travis inherits the title to a large tract of unspoiled woodlands from his estranged father, he travels there and meets Cembran, a solitary figure who had been driven from his home. But the handsome man who captivates Travis is much more than he seems.
Finding a satyr caged in a carnival sideshow horrifies Travis and Cembran and forces them to make a daring rescue.
Graduating from college would be a highlight of any man’s life, but Arthur Kraus is different. He’s just reached satyr maturity, and he’s going out of his mind as he’s swamped with sexual urges.
Forced by his father to evict a tenant from forestland he wants to sell, Blayne travels through the storm and meets Roeder. Stranded, he stays for the magical night and learns that his new lover isn’t at all human.
After four wonderful months, an unsettling move to a new home, and a confrontation with Blayne’s father, Roeder worries that Blayne will miss his old life and return to it, leaving him behind.
Brad is everything satyr Selvan could want or need in a man – strong, handsome, sexy, and dominant. And Brad thinks Selvan’s horns are the cutest thing he’s ever seen.
Part of the tradition of Bacchanal calls for satyrs to share stories from their past. While Cembran is now happily mated with the satyr leader, Travis, he’s never forgotten the love he knew many years before.
Jeremy is a young satyr looking forward to the event that defines his passage into adulthood – his first Bacchanal. Each month on the full moon, satyrs gather for a night of wine, women and song.
Satyr Dartham’s gift is the ability to heal wounds, whether physical or emotional ones. But the last person he expected to find himself drawn to help was a dark, brawny dominant in a leather bar!