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   Children of Bacchus, by Andrew Grey  
 
  Novel, first publication in September 2008
 
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      When Travis inherits the title to a large tract of unspoiled woodlands from his estranged father, he travels there and meets Cembran, a solitary figure who had been driven from his home. But the handsome man who captivates Travis is much more than he seems Ė he is a magical being, a satyr, and he awakens in Travis realistic, erotic dreams the like of which he has never experienced.

    What Travis and Cembran donít expect is for the dreams to bind them together and warn them of danger Ė threats against the magical woodlands from developers, against Cembranís heritage and life with his people, and against Travis and Cembranís growing love for one another.

    Itís the hand of Bacchus himself that leads them into a life with one another: building a family, establishing a home, and battling old demons. And when the dreams return to foretell another threat to their happiness, it will take Cembran, Travis, and all those they love to save not only the satyr community and its lands, but the future Travis and Cembran hope to share together.

     
     
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