Welcome to Fox Pass, Texas, a small community where the people are friendly and the mythical creatures aren't so mythical after all.
In Julie Cox's Capricious: A Texan Tale of Love and Magic, satyr and Fox Pass native Luke is settled into a comfortable routine of drinking beer with his best friend, cultivating his small plot of land, recharging the raw sexual energy that fuels his magic, and willfully ignoring his feelings for his friend Sally. But Luke's daily life is thrown into disarray when he becomes the target of mysterious enemies who won't hesitate to hurt his fellow myth-folk to get to him. With the help of his friends, and some earthshaking satyr magic, Luke works to protect his town - and sort out his feelings for Sally - before it's too late.
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Rich and real, with something for all tastes
A fresh new take on supernatural and fae worlds
It's hard to rank as I have a huge library, but I really enjoyed this title. I'd recommend it to others who read erotica, and even to those who normally don't. The story is compelling and really interesting for me. I always love when there is a new take on the supernatural world, I am in love with the world that Julie Cox has created. I want more stories with this idea.
I think Luke was a compelling character but really most of the characters were interesting. I could have learned more about each of them.
Yes, this is on par with his other narrations. Very clear.
I wasn't putting it off as I wanted to know what happened with the rest of the story. I put off listening to other things to listen to this book.
I really enjoyed this book and will be recommending it to others. It really is engaging and I hope there are more stories set in this world to come. I am in love with this world.