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Counterpart (eBook)

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Counterpart eBook Cover, written by K.J. Hunter-Brown
Counterpart eBook Cover, written by K.J. Hunter-Brown
Author(s) K.J. Hunter-Brown
Series Succubi & Incubi Association
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date May 21, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 367 Pages

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Counterpart is an eBook written by K.J. Hunter-Brown. It is the first work in the Succubi & Incubi Association series by this author. In this work the character Maya Simmons is a Succubus and various characters within the work are Succubi or Incubi..


  • Title: Counterpart
  • Author: K.J. Hunter-Brown
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 367 Pages
  • Format: eBook Format
  • ASIN: B00CY0F0L8
  • Publishing Date: May 21, 2013

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Plot Summary

For twenty year old Maya Simmons, being a succubus wasn't much of a worry. It was when she needed to fulfill the demon inside her that annoyed her. The lifestyle of drugs, alcohol and sex wasn't one she bragged about, especially to the one guy she knew she could never have, Tristan James.

Much of Maya's college life consisted of flirting with Tristan, seeing Tristan, watching Tristan, but never once did she ever attempt to taste the empowering energy that consisted inside him. She wouldn't dare. It almost helped that he had a girlfriend.

But when a threat of Tristan's life comes into play, and a rogue succubus is out to kill, Maya must play detective with her fellow succubus and incubus, Melinda and Daniel, before it's too late. Not only does she need to find out who's killing people, but Maya needs to make sure no one finds out, especially Tristan, and especially the SIA.

Sometimes, secrets become too much to handle. And the one thing Maya always wanted may be within more reach than she thought.

But it could be too late, because the clock's ticking and the heartbeat's slowing.

Book Review

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