The Children of Lilith: Saved by the Incubus (eBook)
|The Children of Lilith: Saved by the Incubus|
The Children of Lilith: Saved by the Incubus eBook Cover, written by Bliss Devlin
|Series||Children of Lilith|
|Publication date||March 3, 2015|
|Preceded by||The Children of Lilith: Tamed by the Incubus|
|Followed by||Claimed by the Incubus Bundle|
The Children of Lilith: Saved by the Incubus is an eBook written by Bliss Devlin. It is the fifth work in the Children of Lilith series by this author. In this work the character Lord Amor is an Incubus.
- Title: The Children of Lilith: Saved by the Incubus
- Author: Bliss Devlin
- Published By: Philtatos Press
- Length: 296 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00U872E5E
- Publishing Date: March 3, 2015
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- The Children of Lilith: The Tribute
- The Children of Lilith: Her Incubus Master
- The Children of Lilith: The Rebel
- The Children of Lilith: Tamed by the Incubus
- Claimed by the Incubus Bundle
- Submitting to the Incubus
- Her Incubus Lover
- Her Roman Wolf
The incubus Lord Amor defies the law of the Children of Lilith by taking the mortal Psyche as his wife. But their secret union is quickly betrayed when Psyche becomes pregnant. She is arrested and banished to the dreaded prison island of the Labyrinth to nourish the incubi and succubae exiled there.
Though her heart remains true to her husband, she finds herself helplessly craving the sensual delights that these demon lovers offer her, finding pleasure beyond her darkest imaginings in submitting to their feeding.
Enraged by his wife's fate, Amor joins the mortals' rebellion against the Children of Lilith, and embarks on a dangerous voyage to rescue his beloved Psyche. Pursued by ruthless supernatural hunters and forced to fight to protect his companions, Amor arrives at the Labyrinth critically injured. To save him, Psyche must surrender completely to her husband's ravenous incubus hunger--a sacrifice that may cost her life!
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