Book Reviews

Sorcerers Always Satisfy (Hidden Species 4) by Louisa Masters

Genre Gay / Urban Fantasy / Angels & Demons / Elves/Fairies/Sidhe / Gods/Goddesses / Magic / Mythological Creatures / Shifters / Vampires / Interspecies / Romance / Mystery/Suspense/Thriller
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 03-May-2022

Book Blurb

Just because I enjoy planning and researching doesn’t mean I’m not the most dangerous badass mothercracker around.

The world sees me as boring, dependable David. And I like it that way. I know things and I’m organized. Plus, I’ve seen firsthand the harm a chaotic life can inflict, and I’d rather have my lists and be called dull.
Which is what makes it all the more disconcerting when a sexy elf declares his adoration and begins to “woo” me. What am I supposed to do?

Hide, mostly. It’s hard, though, because Caolan and I are supposed to be working together. And he’s tough to resist: sweet, competent, and so incredibly beautiful. He sees something in me that no one else does. Would it really be such a bad thing if I gave in to temptation?

But my personal life can’t be the priority right now. The bad guys are gearing up to strike, and if we don’t stop them, the end of the world could be nigh. I need to focus on that, not on letting Caolan show me the benefits of spontaneity. Why don’t world-ending disasters come with an instruction manual?


Book Review

A sorcerer, an elf, and a plan to save the last remaining elven and dragon kind. What could possibly go wrong?


‘Sorcerers Always Satisfy’ is the fourth book in the ‘Hidden Species’ series by Louisa Masters. This series is a delightful urban fantasy with fabulous worldbuilding, great characters, a chosen family, lots of humor, and major feels that have me sighing. I do strongly recommend that these books be read in order as each book builds upon the other.


David is a powerful sorcerer with an intense need for things to be organized and on time. Once I found out what his parents were like, and his first eleven years of life, it became very obvious why he despises chaos. David may be the only person at CSG who doesn’t realize he is, in fact, lucifer Percy’s second-in-command. Nope. David refuses to see that. Well, at least until Alistair makes him see it. Regardless, when David and Caolan first meet, and Caolan declares his love for David, all David can think is that this elf is too much like his parents who changed their tune every few moments, and lived life for the next shiny thing. However, it takes David and Caolan working close together for David to see that this elf checks all his boxes.


Because of the spoiler-y nature of these stories, there isn’t much I can say, except that watching the elves and dragons lose their home and have to migrate to Earth was sad. Alistair teaching them about cell phones and apps was hilarious. Watching David fall in love was insanely sweet. Seeing the magic/life force pick another lucifer at the end was shocking. Having the bad guys wiped out permanently was gratifying, and anticipating the spin-off series is exhilarating.


This is a series I 100 percent recommend for anyone who loves urban fantasy, humor, and great love stories.





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Additional Information

Format ebook and print
Length Novel, 245 pages
Heat Level
Publication Date 03-June-2021
Price $4.99 ebook, $14.99 paperback
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