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The Weary Traveler (eBook)

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The Weary Traveler
The Weary Traveler eBook Cover, written by A. K. Caggiano
The Weary Traveler eBook Cover,
written by A. K. Caggiano
Author(s) A. K. Caggiano
Series Vacancy
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date February 23, 2021
Media type eBook
Length 307 Pages
Followed by The Wayward Deed

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The Weary Traveler is an eBook written by A. K. Caggiano. It is the first work in the Vacancy series by this author. In this work both Succubi and Incubi characters appear,


  • Title: The Weary Traveler
  • Author: A. K. Caggiano
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 307 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: February 23, 2021

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Plot Summary

Lorelei Fischer desperately needed somewhere to spend the night, and, as if by magic, Moonlit Shores Manor appeared.

But there’s a cost for everything, magic included.

More than willing to escape her old life and fill the open position at the bizarre bed and breakfast, Lorelei quickly learns of the dangers waiting for her. She’s only human, after all, and casting spells, shifting into wild animals, and caring for mythical creatures aren’t exactly in the wheelhouse of a former barista and art school failure. At the manor, faeries might pull tricks on you while washing linens, werewolves might try to rough up your bellboy, and a shadowy presence in the woods might be your undoing if you ask too many questions.

With the help of her supernatural, live-in coworkers, Moonlit Shores Manor could be Lorelei’s sanctuary from her past mistakes. Though as the truth of the manor’s history unravels, it could just as likely become another place Lorelei must flee to save not just her reputation but her life.

Book Review

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