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The Offsprings (eBook)

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The Offsprings
The Offsprings eBook Cover, written by rekeaux nyte
The Offsprings eBook Cover,
written by rekeaux nyte
Author(s) rekeaux nyte
Series The Offsprings
Publisher M.R. Dickerson
Publication date July 28, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 402 Pages
ASIN B01JBD641A
Followed by House of Gods

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


The Offsprings is an eBook written by rekeaux nyte. It is the first work in the Offsprings series by this author. In this work the character Wesley is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Offsprings
  • Author: rekeaux nyte
  • Published By: M.R. Dickerson
  • Length: 402 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01JBD641A
  • Publishing Date: July 28, 2016


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Plot Summary

Scottish Changeling folklore, Greek Mythology, and world history come face to face in the city of Brotherly Love.

Escaping a genocidal, supernatural, civil war, Elfreda, a 748-year-old, Medieval Dark Elf and Korinna, the Greek, Centaur Demigoddess, carried two-year-old Wesley, (the Moor baby) through a magical looking glass, from 15th Century Scotland to 1995 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Nineteen years later, on his 21st birthday, Wesley is left to fend for himself after Elfreda’s untimely death. However, Elfreda hide from him his true identity, raising him, instead, as a refined, educated, African American gentleman, and devout Roman Catholic. The young, Incubus doesn’t know or understand that to survive, he must regularly feed on human souls, during sexual intercourse.

Unjustly charged and arrested for the little elf’s death, Wesley assembles a team of paranormal experts, to help him understand what is happening to him. As time goes on, members of his team not only become close friends, (with benefits) but they are also mysteriously developing superhuman traits of their own.


Book Review

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