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For the Wages of Sin is Death, But the Gift of Ministry is Eternal Life (eBook)

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For the Wages of Sin is Death, But the Gift of Ministry is Eternal Life
For the Wages of Sin is Death, But the Gift of Ministry is Eternal Life eBook Cover, written by Bettina Busiello
For the Wages of Sin is Death, But the Gift of Ministry is Eternal Life eBook Cover, written by Bettina Busiello
Author(s) Bettina Busiello
Series Blame The Goth Girl
Publisher Bettina Busiello
Publication date December 28, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 167 Pages
ISBN 9781311344700
ASIN B019YFI850
Preceded by All Give Thanks And Praise To The Cure
Followed by We Are Of Good Courage And We Would Rather Be Away From The Body And At Home With The Sisters Of Mercy

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For the Wages of Sin is Death, But the Gift of Ministry is Eternal Life is an eBook written by Bettina Busiello. It is the third work in the Blame The Goth Girl series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus and another is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: For the Wages of Sin is Death, But the Gift of Ministry is Eternal Life
  • Author: Bettina Busiello
  • Published By: Bettina Busiello
  • Length: 167 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B019YFI850
  • ISBN: 9781311344700
  • Publishing Date: December 28, 2015


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Plot Summary

In this third installment of the series, Onyx finds herself amidst an attack on the werewolf community and more importantly, on her friend Nicki. While Elliot reaches out to an unlikely source for assistance on the matter, Onyx begins her training with Rome. A sinister plot unfolds while Onyx's mysterious tormentor ups his game.

Secrets are revealed and tensions soar between Rome and Onyx affecting their already fragile relationship.


Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.


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