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Don't Rush Me (eBook)

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Don't Rush Me
Don't Rush Me eBook Cover, written by Jackie May
Don't Rush Me eBook Cover,
written by Jackie May
Author(s) Jackie May
Series Nora Jacobs
Publisher Bluefields
Publication date January 25, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 286 Pages
ASIN B078WKJBPH
Followed by Don't Cheat Me

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Don't Rush Me is an eBook written by Jackie May. It is the first work in the Nora Jacobs series by this author. In this work the character Cecile is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Don't Rush Me
  • Author: Jackie May
  • Published By: Bluefields
  • Length: 286 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B078WKJBPH
  • Publishing Date: January 25, 2018


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Most humans have no idea that a dark and deadly underworld, filled with magic and monsters, exists. They wander through life blissfully ignorant of the supernatural world around them. Nora Jacobs is different. Nora knows exactly what kinds of hellish creatures haunt the streets of Detroit. Thanks to a unique set of psychic abilities, Nora has managed to steer clear of the underworld most of her life. But all that changes the night the most powerful vampire in the city discovers her gifts and decides to use her as a tool to find one of his missing clan members. As if that’s not bad enough, Nora believes she’s cursed. All her life, people, especially men, have been drawn to her—some to the point of obsession and violence. Underworlders, it seems, are not immune to this curse, and now she’s caught the attention of some of the most dangerous monsters in the city. Neck deep in an investigation only she can solve, Nora quickly makes as many new allies as she does enemies. Her biggest problem is staying alive long enough to decide which is which.


Book Review

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