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Say Your Prayers (eBook)

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Say Your Prayers
Say Your Prayers eBook Cover, written by Crystal Ash and Kathryn Moon
Say Your Prayers eBook Cover,
written by Crystal Ash and Kathryn Moon
Author(s) Crystal Ash
Kathryn Moon
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date October 23, 2020
Media type eBook
Length 434 Pages

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Say Your Prayers is an eBook written by Crystal Ash and Kathryn Moon. In this work one the character Deyva is a Succubus.


  • Title: Say Your Prayers
  • Authors: Crystal Ash and Kathryn Moon
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 434 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B08HX3RZ5C
  • Publishing Date: October 23, 2020

Plot Summary

A young woman with horns was the last person Father Stavros expected to see approaching his gate, begging for sanctuary. As a man of God, he learned to never turn away someone in need, especially after Hell’s Rising. But the sinful cravings that follow him and his fellow priests are a whole new obstacle. The horned woman is a succubus--aligned with the very evil they are the last stronghold against.

Which begs the question, why would a succubus seek refuge in a church?

Spat up from Hell, Deyva’s arrival has made the three priests of Bethel question everything from their faith, their integrity, and the very enemy they face. She may not actually be a monster, but a person truly in need of protection, in need of love, and that rattles the Fathers to their very foundations.

When Hell’s Kingdom sends the least likely adversary to Bethel’s gate to retrieve the wayward succubus, the priests are faced with a choice. Throw Deyva back to the pit that spat her out, and take a final stance against Hell with everything they’ve got. Or protect her, give in to their feelings, and risk losing the last grip on their faith.

Book Review

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