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Ashburn: A (Sub) Urban Fantasy Novel (eBook)

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Ashburn:
A (Sub) Urban Fantasy Novel
Ashburn: A (Sub) Urban Fantasy Novel eBook Cover, written by Michael W. Layne
Ashburn: A (Sub) Urban Fantasy Novel eBook Cover, written by Michael W. Layne
Author(s) Michael W. Layne
Series Ashes Still Burn
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date May 14, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 367 Pages
ASIN B07D32YGGL
Followed by The Demon Slayer of Ashburn

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Ashburn: A (Sub) Urban Fantasy Novel is an eBook written by Michael W. Layne. It is the first work in the Ashes Still Burn series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Ashburn: A (Sub) Urban Fantasy Novel
  • Author: Michael W. Layne
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 367 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07D32YGGL
  • Publishing Date: May 14, 2018


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Plot Summary

Last night, David Steele was an aging one-hit-wonder facing certain death. After he makes a deal with a powerful demon who answers his desperate call, he wakes up the next morning, alive and healthy in the Ashburn suburbs, but in someone else’s body.

His new identity comes with some nice perks at least—a smoking hot girlfriend, a big McMansion to call home, his own used bookstore, and a guitar made by a god.

Plus, well, he's also not dead.

The bad news is that his new body used to belong to a demon no one likes, his girlfriend’s a succubus with a taste for human hearts, and his dog’s a hound from Hell.

All David wants to do is make music, but his new life carries a heavy price tag. He has to serve the next ten years as Ashburn's supernatural enforcer—a prospect made all the more terrifying by the fact that a few hours into his new gig, people start dying…


Book Review

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