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Mark of the Incubus: Book 1: Robert and Caleb (eBook)
|Mark of the Incubus: Book 1: Robert & Caleb|
Mark of the Incubus: Book 1: Robert & Caleb eBook Cover, written by E.S. Hutch
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||September 21, 2016|
|Followed by||Lies of the Incubus: Book 2: Will & Nick|
Mark of the Incubus: Book 1: Robert & Caleb is an eBook written by E.S. Hutch. It is the first work in the Incubus series by this author. In this work one of the characters is an Incubus.
- Title: Mark of the Incubus: Book 1: Robert & Caleb
- Author: E.S. Hutch
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 232 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B01KEN9XSC
- Publishing Date: September 21, 2016
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Robert Layton is dead.
But at the same time, he isn’t. He eats and breathes, walks and talks, but to the rest of the world he might as well not even exist. He’s forgotten as soon as he’s out of sight.
A former cop, Robert’s arrogant ways led to him being possessed and then destroyed by an ancient evil, a demon that preys on man’s deepest desires. Now that same demon has led him to its latest victim, the first person capable of remembering Robert since his death.
Caleb Miller has made some monumentally stupid decisions, all before the age of twenty-three. He dropped out of college, is stuck in an affair with a married man, and struggles to make ends meet as a folk singer at the same coffee shop he slings drinks at all day.
When a handsome stranger shows up and claims Caleb’s been possessed by a strange sex demon, he’s obviously skeptical. But Robert turns out to be the man of his dreams, and Caleb can’t believe his luck. Too bad Robert has vowed never to touch him.
Forced to live together while battling their intense attraction, they must find a way to stop the demon before it’s too late to save Caleb’s life and his memory of Robert.
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