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Phoenyx Falling (eBook)

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Phoenyx Falling
Phoenyx Falling eBook Cover, written by Daisy St. James
Phoenyx Falling eBook Cover,
written by Daisy St. James
Author(s) Daisy St. James
Series Phoenyx
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date January 15, 2019
Media type eBook
Length 290 Pages
ASIN B07MHJS6ZP
Preceded by Phoenyx in Flames
Followed by From Within

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Phoenyx Falling is an eBook written by Daisy St. James. It is the second work in the Phoenyx series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Phoenyx Falling
  • Author: Daisy St. James
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 290 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07MHJS6ZP
  • Publishing Date: January 15, 2019


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Jane Grimshaw, a.k.a. The Phoenyx, has made a name for herself in Crystal Haven that strikes fear and respect whenever it’s whispered. Raised as a cut-throat assassin by her Uncle Hutton, she is not a wielder of weapons— she IS the weapon. When dormant powers surface after a steamy hook up with gorgeous and angst-ridden vampire, Judas, Jane finds herself embroiled in a world filled with witchcraft, danger and lust.

You can abandon family—but you can’t escape blood.

Family bloodlines are pulsing through her veins, thrumming with powerful magic and sensuality. When Jane discovers that her biological father is a high-ranking hybrid, she can’t imagine things getting any worse. However, dark creatures are gunning for her at every turn—hunting her down at the behest of Lilith, a sister she never knew and Spider, a vicious vampire and leader of a local MC. Behind the scenes, she is guarded over by another undead, a mysterious vampire hell bent on finding his way into her heart even if it means giving up on everything he’s ever known. With great power comes great promise, higher risks, and the threat of betrayal.

Standing at the precipice of a new life, one thing becomes abundantly clear…

To rise—you must first be willing to fall.


Book Review

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