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The Brothers Sin
|The Brothers Sin|
The Brothers Sin eBook Cover,
written by Celeste Hall
Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||July 17, 2015|
|Preceded by||Dream Seductions: All The Queen's Men|
The Brothers Sin is an eBook written by Celeste Hall. It is the sixth work in the Seductions series by this author. In this work both succubi and incubi appear and according to the series, in this universe incubi outnumber succubi nine to one. The race as a whole are known as Lilin and are born of Lilith and sired by an angel.
- Title: The Brothers Sin
- Author: Celeste Hall
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services & Smashwords
- Length: 152 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B011543OX4
- IBSN: 9781311473387
- Publishing Date: July 17, 2015
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- Dream Seductions: Ethan
- Dream Seductions: Kye
- Dream Seductions: Rico
- Blood Seductions: Gavin
- Celeste Hall's Seduction Series
- Dream Seductions: All The Queen's Men
Mikhail and Nikolai have managed to remain unbound, despite now sharing a territory with two succubus queens and their mated army of incubi.
The twins keep their distance from the coveys, searching out and destroying any bloodthirsty strays which escaped from the secret government facility along with Syrena and her males.
There has been no sign of the darkest threat to mankind, which they believe is still lurking somewhere beneath Tornridge. Yet they are ever vigilant and watchful, fearing the war they know is coming.
When their search leads them to a convent nestled within the foothills, just outside the city limits, they were looking for a coldblooded killer. What they found, was a woman capable of seeing more than any human ever should.
Layla’s gift is also her curse. It has made her a target for the very creature Mikhail and Nikolai have been hunting.
As they fight to protect her from a fate worse than death, the twins will find themselves bound again. This time, to a lover condemned for her heritage.
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