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Incubus (Fairwick Chronicles 1)

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Incubus Book Cover, written by Carol Goodman
Incubus Book Cover, written by Carol Goodman
Author(s) Carol Goodman
Series Fairwick Chronicles
Publisher Ebury Press
Publication date November 30, 2011
Media type eBook
Length 480 Pages
ISBN 978-0091940188

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

Incubus is a novel written by Carol Goodman. It is the first work in the Fairwick Chronicles series by this author. In this work demons appear as well as other mystical creatures. Some of these being described as Incubi.


  • Title: Incubus
  • Author: Carol Goodman
  • Published By: Ebury Press
  • Length: 480 Pages
  • Format: eBook & Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 0091940184
  • ISBN-13: 978-0091940188
  • Publishing Date: November 30, 2011

Plot Summary

This is where all stories start, on the edge of a dark wood…

Dr. Callie McFay’s travels to the small college town of Fairwick in New York State for a job interview. Despite it being her second choice she finds herself talked into accepting a job offer from the Folklore Department to teach a class on demons and vampires. She also finds herself drawn to an old house in the woods where Gothic novelist Dahlia LaMotte used to live and buys it on a whim, despite the seeming reluctance of the estate agent to sell it to her.

But on the night of her job interview, she had a very vivid erotic dream about a man made out of shadows and moonlight, and this dream becomes a regular occurrence when she moves into her new home. Callie starts to feel like a heroine in one of the Gothic novels she teaches as slowly it dawns on her that things at the college – and in her home – are not what they seem. She learns that her house is supposed to be haunted by LaMotte’s former lover and her new – and rather strange – colleagues tell her an unfamiliar fairy tale about an incubus-demon with a human past who was enchanted by a fairy queen…

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