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The Puazi Chronicles: Volume I (eBook)

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The Puazi Chronicles:
Volume I
The Puazi Chronicles: Volume I eBook Cover, written by Lorelei O'Laughlin
The Puazi Chronicles: Volume I eBook Cover,
written by Lorelei O'Laughlin
Author(s) Lorelei O'Laughlin
Series Puazi Tales
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date April 10, 2020
Media type eBook
Length 64 Pages
ASIN B086ZZMP7J

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The Puazi Chronicles: Volume I is an eBook written by Lorelei O'Laughlin. It is the first work in the Puazi Tales series by this author. In this work the Puazi can be described as being somewhat Succubus-like in their biological needs.


Overview

  • Title: The Puazi Chronicles: Volume I
  • Author: Lorelei O'Laughlin
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 64 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B086ZZMP7J
  • Publishing Date: April 10, 2020


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

At a glance, they look a lot like Humans. Height, weight, shape-- limbs!-- all comparable! Not to mention being hauntingly, almost diabolically beautiful. And everyday interactions with them are not so terribly different from an interaction with any other foreign stranger. But even though the aliens known as Puazi have been on Earth for quite a while, their biological response to Humans still has some... idiosyncrasies. Specifically, interaction and integration with Humans often leads to Puazi's being in a "State of Hormonal Distress". Anywhere from feeling something akin to mild intoxication and lowered inhibition, to full-blown climactic dissociation. To put it candidly-- sometimes, it's Really Bad.

Thank goodness Humans and Puazi are sexually compatible!


Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.


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