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Demon King: The Demons of Areth Saga - Book IV (eBook)

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Demon King: The Demons of Areth Saga - Book IV
Demon King: The Demons of Areth Saga - Book IV eBook Cover, written by Leigha Stoirm
Demon King:
The Demons of Areth Saga - Book IV
eBook Cover, written by Leigha Stoirm
Author(s) Leigha Stoirm
Series The Demons of Areth Saga
Publisher Stoirm Publications
Publication date December 14, 2019
Media type eBook
Length 156 Pages
ASIN B081CHFY1T
Preceded by Demon Knights: The Demons of Areth Saga - Book III

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Demon King: The Demons of Areth Saga - Book IV is an eBook written by Leigha Stoirm. It is the fourth work in the Demons of Areth Saga series by this author. In this work both Succubi and Incubi characters appear.


Overview

  • Title: Demon King: The Demons of Areth Saga - Book IV
  • Author: Leigha Stoirm
  • Published By: Stoirm Publications
  • Length: 156 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B081CHFY1T
  • Publishing Date: December 14, 2019


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Plot Summary

As Ranok grows distant and volatile, Kaya turns to her Mates for solace and strength and discovers a new well of power. She realizes it may be just the power she needs to save her Mates. If she can harness it. And if their darkness doesn’t pull her under, her growing circle of Mates may provide her the very strength she needs to do so. In the wake of her meeting with a powerful human seer---an encounter perfectly balancing the most joyful and desperate moments of her life---Kaya will be faced with a choice: to give up or to fight. Will she find the strength inside herself to face what’s coming, or will she succumb to despair nipping at her heels?


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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