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Publisher's Summary

Strange things are happening at The Aegean Inn. Rumors of mysterious flute music and a horned shadow caught on camera inspire London to spend a night and see if there is truth to the hype. What she finds isn't a ghost, but something much more erotic.

Cursed into an immortal life, Jacen isn't prepared when London checks in to the B&B he and his fellow satyrs are running. For the first time in centuries, Jacen's willing to break the rules for a woman. Can London handle his secret, or is she a threat to the existence of all satyrs?

©2014 Rebekah Lewis (P)2016 Rebekah Lewis

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Midnight at the Inn

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I love the theme of the Satyr Inn and the Savannah atmosphere. A short, steamy read. I listened to the audiobook in one sitting

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Loved it

I love this book! No totally can relate to London. Sleeping in a haunted mansion is thrilling to me and I would do just like her and pack up and go without a second thought. I love the brothers and their bond. Jason is a gentleman despite his curse and does his best to look out for her. Great story I hope there are more

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Midnight at the Satyr Inn

Where does Midnight at the Satyr Inn rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It was a really enjoyable listen.

What does Gerry Hughes bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He brought the story to life. His voice is deep and sometime you can make out a slight accent.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes! This is a short story and it was very enjoyable and moved a great pace.

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Really fun story, I did however expect a little more mystery, but over all a great story!!

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I Couldn't Suspend Disbelief

"Midnight at the Satyr Inn" was in the sub-genre of erotic romance I think, which is fine but I had a difficult time even at just a little over an hour listening to this book. It started out okay with the character of London but the story was just not there. The Satyr brothers were okay. There just wasn't a lot of character development and with that I had a hard time believing the story. Maybe there's another part to this that I've missed.

Gerry Hughes's narration was pretty good. He had a deep voice which I liked. He spoke clearly and had a nice tone. An overall good job.

"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."