Lord of the Deep

  • Title: Lord of the Deep
  • Author: Dawn Thompson
  • ISBN: 9780758221797
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Lord of the Deep Accused of witchcraft and banished to the Isle of Mists Meg is utterly alone until the night the selkies appear for a moonlight orgy glistening wet proudly naked As beautiful bodies entwine and sh
    Accused of witchcraft and banished to the Isle of Mists, Meg is utterly alone, until the night the selkies appear for a moonlight orgy, glistening wet, proudly naked As beautiful bodies entwine and shapes shift within the sea, a man comes forth from the waves and what a man he isStrong and masterful, the Lord of the Deep enchants herd Meg must surrender Only heAccused of witchcraft and banished to the Isle of Mists, Meg is utterly alone, until the night the selkies appear for a moonlight orgy, glistening wet, proudly naked As beautiful bodies entwine and shapes shift within the sea, a man comes forth from the waves and what a man he isStrong and masterful, the Lord of the Deep enchants herd Meg must surrender Only he can satisfy her virgin longings and her darkest desires

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    About Dawn Thompson


    1. Dawn Thompson was a regular columnist featured in women s special interest publications world and nationwide for over thirty years, one of which CROCHET WORLD, published by House of White Birches, since its inception over twenty five years ago She was an award winning poet, artist, and needlework designer and illustrator, specializing in vintage concepts for today s woman Dawn wrote historical fiction under her own name and that of penname Dawn MacTavish She primarily wrote Regency Romance, writing both traditional Regencies, and Regency set historicals and paranormals She also wrote paranormal romances for both Kensington Books and Dorchester Publishing Some of her other works include historical paranormals, and Celtic and Norse Medievals, incorporating the history, theology, legend, and lore of her heritage, which was the ongoing focus of her research over the past thirty five years Dawn lived on Long Island, New York until her death, with her double coated Tuxedo cat, Shadowfax alias, Miss Fuzz , and Espirit, her scandalous Senegal parrot, an incurable flirt Since her death, Miss Fuzz resides with author Deborah Macgillivray.Her favorite books was Green Darkness by Anya Seton, and as a tribute, Dawn s books always contained the phrase green darkness in some passage of the book.


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    1. warning: Adult Situations and Language ahead:young Megaleen, future witch, gazes from her window and witnesses a magical midnight event: selkies coming from the sea, to strip off their sealskins and engage in an apparently typical selkie beachside orgy. they are led by a selkie prince - Simeon, Lord of the Deep - who immediately captures Megaleen's heart, and more her eyes remain rapt upon his gigantic, "savagely engorged" selkie-shaft during his various exertions. from that point on, Megaleen m [...]

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    2. should have realized what I was getting myself into by the almost naked man on the cover of Lord of the Deep. What I found inside was a sexual odyssey I could have never foreseen. I honestly will never view seals and trees the same way ever again due to their sexual interactions with the heroine. Meg is a simple girl who lives with her aunt and uncle on the Isle of Mists in an alternate universe called Arcus. Meg is also quite the voyeur and one night she looks out from her bedroom window as the [...]

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    3. I'm really not sure how I rate this booke plot was greatbut minimal. A lot of sex, as in most erotica, but I got tired of the not between Simeon and Meg sex. For instance, the unwanted arousal of the awful shaman Seth who kept arousing her before he planned to rape her, and the seaweed and kelp that brought Meg off to orgasm. Oh and the blessing of the tree spirit in the form of twisting some roots together and getting Meg off again. The actual parts between Simeon and Meg were great. it was unp [...]

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    4. An x-rated version of Disney's The Little Mermaid! The only thing good about this book is that the author does a brilliant job describing life under the sea. The writing though is stilted purple prose with endless sex every few pages and virtually not character development. Lots of repetition too. Classic example of "don't judge a book by it's cover"--and that's one mighty fine cover ;)

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    5. This book was just wrong on so many levels.But damn that's a fine ass on the cover, right?

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    6. Definitly an Erotica! The story about the Selkies was very interesting and the romance between Meg (Human Mortal) and Simeon (Selkie immortal) wasn't really there, it was more like just plain heat/desire between the two even though they end up mates for life in the end. It was more of a f@k me till you love me kind of romance.I was expecting more from Meg since she was acused of being a witch but through out the whole story she didn't demostrate any powers at all and I actually got irritated wit [...]

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    7. I was angry with the heroine doing stupid things. I do not recommend it.This is an erotic book. There seem to be more pages devoted to lengthy sex scenes than to the story. The sex scenes were somewhat repetitive.Meg is a witch living on an island with her evil aunt and uncle. She will become a priestess as long as she is a virgin. She loses her virginity to a selkie, a seal who changes into a man. Now, she cannot be a priestess. She must be a whore for the shamans or die. Her aunt learns that s [...]

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    8. DNF at pg.19. I can't keep reading. this book is just not for me. Maybe it's because the story started with a beachside orgy, or the fact that the author didn't manage to make me care about the main character, or maybe because I can't accept that this story is hanging by an incredibly loose definition of a plot. Say what you will about not judging a book until I've read the whole thing or at least half, but I've read enough books to know by now when I know I'll hate the rest of the book just by [...]

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    9. This was a very erotic and hot book. But the hero was a little too irresponsible for me. He was a selkie and came to seduce a maiden. They fell in love but her Aunt tried to separate them by selling her off to the Shaman of the Village. Then the Aunt captured his seal skin (which the hero left behind!!!) and gave it to the Shaman. So the couple has to overcome the evil Shaman and also determine how they can be together since he lives in the sea and she lives on land.

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    10. This is possibly the worst book that I have ever read it was ridiculously and impossibly stupid.

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    11. Insatiable Simeon Holy cow was this book intense! I should have known from its super hot cover boy oh boy is the stud on it gorgeous and I do love myself some beefy ass that looks good enough to bite ;) It was insanely erotic and I do mean EROTIC there was literally more than one sex scene in every single chapter. I will say if you read this story you’ll definitely have an increase in you water bill from all the cold showers you’ll need to take lol. It’s quite descriptive and the main char [...]

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    12. The best thing about this book was the cover. WOW. Yes this is absolutely erotica, and yes the sex is hot in it, but what else? Nothing. The author tries to create this entire world of undersea creatures but only partially describes things. No real character development. The story was just lacking. The hero of the book drops all of his consorts for a human he banged once. One time people. Really - would any male do that? No - there's got to be some sort of turmoil. I absolutely believe in lust a [...]

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    13. This book was a bit more erotic than what I normally read. It is still PNR. Not that impressed with it. Not a book that made a lasting impression on me to where I'll remember it a few years down the road.or a few months really. It was just okay. I read the book 1st (usually I buy them then read them) which I'm glad I did b/c I don't think for me it'd be worth the buy. Not a book that I'd have hung onto had I bought it (I'd have traded it off). I love the cover, the model is HOT and he has a grea [...]

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    14. I liked the world setting and the types of characters. The plot started well enough but fell down the "WTF" spiral after Ch. 9 for me. I think this story and these characters could have been better presented with a more high fantasy writing style incorporating more romance with a tad less smut. I that's saying something cause I love me some good old fashion smut!I also felt that the "protagonist-a" (because she doesn't deserve to be call a heroine) was one dimensional and bland to me. I've known [...]

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    15. After reading author's The Bride of Time I thought I'd read this as I love fairy stories. I think I expected too much. Some lovely descriptions and world building but not enough plot and only half completed character studies, mostly because the characters are in an endless state of arousal and they need to address their needs repeatedly. This would have enhanced the story if the characters had some (any) other thoughts or interests, but not so. The result is a bit of a turn off, which is the opp [...]

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    16. You'd think with this cover with sex scenes would be steamy but except for the first scene, they were pretty ho-hum. Meg is banished to an island because she's a suspected witch but then she is forced to go there to train as a witch or else. Huh? Because she cries on the shore because the banishment was on the eve of her wedding, this is somehow a call to the Selkie king aka Lord of the Deep to have his way with her. Then there's a lot of useless self-sacrifice that didn't even have been slightl [...]

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    17. 13-year-old Mikey idolizes his stepfather, Bill. He wants to be just like him, owning and operating his own deep sea fishing boat. However Bill smashes the idealistic picture Mikey has of him when he is challenged by customers Cal and Ernie, whose selfish arrogance force Bill to go against his own ethics and the law. The ending is realistic, but not idealistic, and may cause kids to challenge their own ideas of integrity. The issue, however, is real, and the dilemma is one students should talk a [...]

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    18. WOW is almost all I can say. I have read Lord of the Dark so I knew that tree spirits and most likely the seaweed would be making an erotic entrance but I just loved this as I did the Lord of the Dark. The characters were interesting enough but I am secure in myself that I can honestly say I didnt read this book for the characters I read it for the smoking sex sceneslmao and I got out of it exactly what I thought I wouldOff to read Lord of the Forest now teeheehee

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    19. Thompson just continues to amaze me with the scoop of her talent. It seems no matter what she tries, I am amazed by her vision and the beauty of her written word. This time its literary erotica, high class erotica, that totally kept me mesmerized. A wonderful Selkie tale! Cannot wait for more in the original series.The world-building in this book is absolutely amazing.This is erotic writing, but its literary erotic. A class all its own.

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    20. So, I know this is aphrodisia and there's going to be a good amount of sex, but could there be just a little more plot? Seriously, every other page was either the two main characters having sex or one of them masterbating over the thought of the other. Then just to change it up a little some of the other characters might get a little turned on so then we got descriptions of that. The plot didn't have any direction until about 100 pages or so in. It was a little ridiculous.

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    21. If you love mermaids and other sea creatures, traditional fantasy, and erotica, you might like this book. I didn't. I only read the first chapter and was both annoyed and bored, so I skimmed ahead and still didn't see any reason to spend time reading it. Great cover art, though.

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    22. It was alright, just to much uncertain form the main characters and way to much 'self help'

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    23. great cover. that's about it.

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    24. So far haven't finished this one yets been 3 months.

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    25. I didn't even get to page 100.

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    26. 1 star rating says it allThis just plain sucks.

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    27. This book was not what I wanted. I got to 100 pages and couldn't continue reading.

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