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Horns, Hugs, and Hunger (eBook)

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Horns, Hugs, and Hunger
Horns, Hugs, and Hunger eBook Cover, written by Kaye Draper
Horns, Hugs, and Hunger eBook Cover,
written by Kaye Draper
Author(s) Kaye Draper
Series Gods and Demons
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date June 26, 2020
Media type eBook
Length 109 Pages
ASIN B08BY17999
Preceded by Wishes, Wings, and Woes
Followed by Demons, Danger, and Demigods

For other uses of the word Incubus, see Incubus (disambiguation).


Horns, Hugs, and Hunger is an eBook written by Kaye Draper. It is the third work in the Gods and Demons series by this author. In this work one of the characters is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: Horns, Hugs, and Hunger
  • Author: Kaye Draper
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 109 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B08BY17999
  • Publishing Date: June 26, 2020


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Plot Summary

It seems like the whole world is bent on ruining Troy’s plans for revenge. Suspicious of the recent visit from her goddess sister, she finally turns to the demons for answers. But the story she hears from Derek White and Orion Black isn’t what she was expecting. Not knowing who to believe or what to think, Troya chooses to focus instead on using her growing powers of healing. She and her lovers embark on a mission to help the demons retrieve at-risk patients from a hospital outside White’s bubble of influence and bring them home to the sanctuary of Ontonagon. But things go awry when an enemy from White’s past shows up to cause chaos.

Just when Troya thinks she understands the events of the past and who she is in the present, the fates appear with a message that changes everything—and paints a big fat target on Troya’s back. What would you do if the fates of other people were in your hands?


Book Review

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