Pan is a wizard that has no modesty in
admitting that he is the best in all the land or in showing
to one and all the love he bears for his Knight Daniel Ė
something that embarrasses Daniel to no end. However, when
Daniel is injured while hiding in the stables in a snit over
something Pan has done, Pan grows desperate for something or
someone to heal his knight. So Pan does what he does best Ė
he casts a spell calling to him a healer that can save
Daniels life. But what will he do when he ends up with two
men that are stranger than anything that Pan has ever seen?
And how will he ever send them back to wherever they came
from if Pan doesnít really understand what he did in the
Sam and Echo are suddenly, and
inexplicably, pulled into a strange world that seems
backward and as different from their own as can be found.
But Samís talents are needed to cure the ailing knight and
Pan seems to have an irresistible attraction to Echo.
Will Sam be able to save Danielís
life? And if he does can these four men manage to live
together peacefully until Pan figures out how to send Sam
and Echo home?
Lightning in a Bottle is
a curious fantasy tale thatís a little light on the plot and
character development, but is chock-full of erotic moments
involving all the possible combinations between Pan, Sam,
Daniel and Echo. I was a little disappointed that after
such a long tale so little was learned about the individual
characters, while a lot was learned about their sexual
leanings. However, if you are in the mood for a story that
will turn you on from the first page and never let you cool
off until the last word is read Ė Lightning in a
Bottle is a great read, just donít pick it up
looking for a complex plot or characters.