The Marechal Chronicles: Volume 1, The Path (An Erotic Fantasy Tale)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
This novelette of 11,000 words is an erotic, fantasy adventure.

It is a romantic tale of magic, emotion, and human motivation that does not turn a blind eye to the frank sexuality of its characters. Within these pages live witches, shapechangers, demons, and immortal beings. Turn the page and let them unveil their dark story in an ambiance of medieval France.

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About Aimelie Aames

I live in a land where giants have walked. Here, water springs cold and sweet from rocks cloven by legends in their passing.

Stone edifices mark the countryside, risen hundreds of years ago. Devils stalk the foothills and comely maids with webbed feet lie in wait along rough mountain passages.

France is my home and imbues all that I write...come with me, for a short while, and we shall venture among the dark, twisted paths together.

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Delilah Fawkes reviewed on Dec. 14, 2011

HOT and fascinating!

This story is the first part of what seems to be a longer series, and feels like part fairy tale part Regency erotic romance.

Sex oozes from the pages, but is broken up by strange fantasy creatures I want to know more about, as well as the strange family the heroine is forced to serve.

The erotic scenes were intense and lush, the language really making you feel both the arousal and fear of the main character. It's very well done, and I really enjoyed it :).

The one thing that makes me give this four stars instead of five is that a couple of times I felt like there was some POV confusion. I thought I was in one person's head, and then another person is smelling something or thinking something. Not sure if I wasn't following, or if there were small mixups, but it made me pause a couple of times.

It definitely wasn't anything to detract from the story, though, and I can't wait to read more!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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