- File Size: 974 KB
- Print Length: 210 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press; 1 edition (September 19, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 19, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FB1NRDA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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The Satyr's Song (Ren Faire Romances Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Adrian (Dio) Mylonas is a musician. He finds music in everything he hears. When he loses his job as a concert flutist with the Dallas orchestra, a friend suggests he sign on at the Scarborough Renaissance Festival wearing the costume of a satyr and demonstrating flutes and ocarinas at the ceramic shop. He soon becomes part of the `family' of performers.
Ed Costa runs the elephant and camel ride. A job he took over after the death of his father. Along with his brother and his five-year-old son, Eddy, he travels to fairs in Texas to help pay for the feed for his animals. He's been lonely since the birth of Eddy and his twin sister, Trina. Ed and their lesbian mother separated the twins when they were babies. He is overjoyed when the mother and daughter show up at Scarborough.
Dio has never had a relationship that lasted over a week or two. When he and Ed meet, sparks fly and he wonders what it would be like to settle down. He hears the murmuring of the mother elephant to her calf and transforms it into a song.
When animal rights people invade the world of the fair, the group pulls together against the outsiders.
Although there is rather graphic sex in the book, it is tastefully done and incidental to the story, not like some I've read where the sex is the primary story.
I understand Marcus has several more books planned in this series and look forward to them.
Adrian is a Concert Flutist and pretty full of himself. He is also very gifted in music and follows his heart and the music. Sometimes that gets him in trouble. He loses his job in the orchestra after one of these mishaps and the conductor/ composer threatens to ruin him for changing his music. Sebastian, Adrian's best friend, tells him he can get him a spring job at the upcoming Ren faire as a Satyr selling flutes, it would be fun and alsogive him plenty of time to reinvent himself and work on his own music.
I love the renaissance and the modern takes on the Ren faires .There is just something magical about this topic. This story is quite magical even though it is not a paranormal or historical but a modern-day take on the popular festivals. This way you get a bit of both worlds.
I love a good character driven story and this one is exceptional in that department. All the characters are interesting, easy to relate to even though Adrian is not your run of the mill person. He is selfish, conceited but does have a good heart. As the story moves on I found myself liking him more and more. Also in here you have animals and this one particularly elephants. The elephants were fabulous and really added a wonderful dimension to the tale. And then there are children. Yes, Ed is gay but has a son that is 5 and a handful. Eddy adds a sweetness and charm to the already great story.
I highly recommend this if you like Renaissance festival, elephants, musicians, artistic people, good fathers, children, and a very good romance.