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Vampires in Venice (eBook)

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Vampires in Venice
Vampires in Venice eBook Cover, written by J.R. Thorn
Vampires in Venice eBook Cover,
written by J.R. Thorn
Author(s) J.R. Thorn
Series Blood Stone
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date July 7, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 91 Pages
ASIN B07C6GYX52
Preceded by Muse in Miami
Followed by Lycans in London
Never Released

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Vampires in Venice is an eBook written by J.R. Thorn. It is the fifth work in the Blood Stone series by this author. In this work the character Sonya is a Succubus and the character Derek is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: Vampires in Venice
  • Author: J.R. Thorn
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 91 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07C6GYX52
  • Publishing Date: July 7, 2018


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Plot Summary

He’s dark, handsome, and fanged.

Sonya’s never believed in vampires. At least, not until she met Xavier. And if anyone knows how to undo the mess Apollo has unleashed on Earth, it’ll be Hades’ right-hand man. There’s one problem. Xavier doesn’t want to stop Apollo from revealing supernaturals to humanity. In fact, he’s made it his mission to seduce Sonya to his side. He’s got a vision that’ll lead all of supernaturals to a better future, but he needs Sonya and the power of her Blood Stone to do it. The only thing that’s standing in the way of Xavier’s charm and his master plan to make Sonya his undead queen is Sonya’s true soulmate. When all hell breaks loose in Venice and they’re forced into the heart of the vampire enclave, Sonya will awaken Hades himself, the undead master of vampires and the final brother of the all-powerful Muse trio. She’ll hold the fate of the world in her hands. Will she choose Luke and humanity, or Xavier and the world he represents?


Book Review

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