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Sating Ember Moon (eBook)

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Sating Ember Moon
Sating Ember Moon eBook Cover, written by Cara Crescent
Sating Ember Moon eBook Cover,
written by Cara Crescent
Author(s) Cara Crescent
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date November 15, 2017
Media type eBook
Length 534 Pages
ASIN B077HR7Q2H

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Sating Ember Moon is an eBook written by Cara Crescent. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Sating Ember Moon
  • Author: Cara Crescent
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 534 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B077HR7Q2H
  • Publishing Date: November 15, 2017


Plot Summary

Three years have passed since Earth’s brush with Armageddon, the destruction wiping out two-thirds of Earth’s population. Mankind not only co-exists with daemons now, their very existence depends on them.

Ember Moon was a survivor long before the world’s near miss. She endured a childhood of abuse from her step-father, her mother’s death, and the disappearance of her best friend and first love, Harrison Cayce. She never forgot Harrison and once old enough, set out to find him on her own. Unfortunately, her most promising lead was a trap that left her possessed with a dangerous demon. Now Ember needs Harrison’s help to control the demon, or the demon will control her . . .eventually killing her. Harrison Cayce Sinclair knows a thing or two about survival himself. Adia, a powerful daemon who abused and tortured boys, abducted him as a teenager. Harrison endured her twisted love, watched as she cruelly used one boy after another, and was the only one to make it out of her chambers alive—at least as alive as a newly transformed vampire can be. Now, years later, the young girl he never forgot is caught in the sick games of the one woman he’s been unable to bring to justice. The only way to stop Adia is to return to the dark place where it all began . . . but is their love strong enough to survive the past?


Book Review

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