Editorial Reviews. Review. It is the golden age of French aristocratic life in the glittering court of Noble Satyr: A Georgian Historical Romance (Roxton Family Saga Book 0) – Kindle edition by Lucinda Brant. Download it once and read it on . Noble Satyr (Roxton, book 1) by Lucinda Brant – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Noble Satyr A Georgian Historical Romance” by Lucinda Brant with Rakuten Kobo. Lucinda Brant’s books are absolutely wonderful. She brings the.

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He is old enough to sleep alone when it suits him, and young, handsome, rich, and virile enough to never need to.

Who was your favorite character and why? The romance between the central couple is well developed and very sensual, and in aatyr of the age gap between them, there is no doubt that Roxton and Antonia are soul-mates. And so, I stalked Audible until Noble Satyr was available and shamelessly honestly, there was no shame whatsoever involved reminded the author of her generous offer of a download code.

Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. Glad I had my earbuds in, but at the tame end. Antonia is heartbroken and refuses to believe that he doesn’t love her.

Noble Satyr by Lucinda Brant

As a writer, I hope to emulate her excellent prose, as a reader, I just want her to write more books, so I can move on from reading these again and again. Brant’s local of Paris during the s is brought to life thru vivid descriptions and serves as a nice change of pace from Regency historical. He eyes this particular prize as a wife for his son, whom some say is mad.


It is an entertaining listen.

He does not conform as do the other overdressed peacocks, preferring his own understated style. A Mystery at Carlton House. Roxton Family Saga 0. If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

She’s climbing out of a window, bent on a getaway. Although it may be reflective of the times I found few with redeeming qualities. He even finds time to get his sister and best friend married as well.

Neither thinks they’ll actually have a future together. I found I was drawn to several of the characters, some who play unpleasant roles, some who add humor, lightening the seriousness.

To ask other readers questions about Noble Satyrplease sign up. Sep 05, Jaci rated it it was amazing. Roxton finds himself having to involve himself in Antonia’s life which tries his patience but knows he cannot ignore her situation any longer.

And yes, while one does get whiffs of the Heyer book this supposedly pays homage to, it really is far, far from it. I believe this is Brant’s first book. Lucinda Brant’s books are absolutely wonderful.

Noble Satyr (Roxton, book 1) by Lucinda Brant

For reasons of his own, Stephen Hampton, Lord Summerdale, is determined to learn the truth behind the tangled tale of Helen’s ruin. You need to give noble satyr a go as you will loose the world a Wow where do i start. Novel story and incredible narration! So even if you’re not a fan of TOS, don’t let that stop you from trying “Noble Satyr” – Roxton is infinitely more redeemable than Alastair and, to my 21st century sensibilities, Brant’s homage to Heyer has seriously improved the tone and dynamic of the relationship between the main couple without totally altering it.


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His reasons for holding off on doing anything also make no sense. This is the first book in the Roxton series.

This special boxed set edition is for all the fans who requested actor Alex Wyndham’s narration of two of Lucinda Brant’s best-loved books, Salt Bride and its sequel Salt Redux. I particularly delighted in the voice sahyr Antonia — where Mr. We’re told she’s intelligent, but she does nothing much to show that. But Greyfriar’s Abbey isn’t the sort of refuge she imagined.