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Makhi (eBook)

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Makhi Original eBook Cover, written by Mahalia Levey
Makhi Original eBook Cover,
written by Mahalia Levey
Author(s) Mahalia Levey
Series Incubus Enforcers
Publisher Liquid Silver Books (Original)
Mahalia Levey (Reissue)
Publication date August 20, 2011 (Original)
September 13, 2015 (Reissue)
Media type eBook
Length 111 Pages

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

Makhi Reissue eBook Cover, written by Mahalia Levey

Makhi is an eBook written by Mahalia Levey. It is the first work in the Incubus Enforcers series by this author. In this work the character Makhi has powers and abilities which are similar to that of an Incubus.


  • Title: Makhi
  • Author: Mahalia Levey
  • Published By: Liquid Silver Books (Original), Mahalia Levey (Reissue)
  • Length: 111 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: August 20, 2011 (Original), September 13, 2015 (Reissue)

Plot Summary

Enforcer Makhi didn’t expect to fall for a woman. However, one look at the new female in need of defending brings out the dead emotions of his incubus. Be it the fates will to bless him as her counterpart, he plans to teach her the fine art of self-control and satisfy her on every level imaginable.

Kamaria Valentin is scared for her life. Blackouts, strange cravings for violence and blood have plagued her for the last two years. Add hot sex dreams with a nameless face and she’s one hot mess. Ready to break, the need for answers pushes her to free herself from the prison holding her a drugged captive.

Caedon Bolton searches for the lost. Deities looking for home, for sanctuary. One night a vulnerable soul screams out to him in her dreams, he must find her and save her from the brink of death. Once he has Kama in his arms, Caedon realizes only he can give her the emotional support she craves.

Book Review

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