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Lethal Lust: Erotic Succubus Horror (eBook)

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Lethal Lust:
Erotic Succubus Horror
Lethal Lust: Erotic Succubus Horror eBook Cover, written by Jillian Rose
Lethal Lust: Erotic Succubus Horror
eBook Cover, written by Jillian Rose
Author(s) Jillian Rose
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date January 4, 2021
Media type eBook
Length 38 Pages
ASIN B08S3CX3VG


Lethal Lust: Erotic Succubus Horror is an eBook written by Jillian Rose. In this work the character Sallos is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Lethal Lust: Erotic Succubus Horror
  • Author: Jillian Rose
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 38 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B08S3CX3VG
  • Publishing Date: January 4, 2021


Plot Summary

Antonio Mendez is infamous among cartel circles. A young sexy man in his physical prime, he is one of the most dangerous hit men to ever play in the cartel circles. His life changes drastically however when he is sent to take out a cartel kingpin, and is gifted a mysterious red box by the man he was sent to kill.

Afterwards, in his penthouse apartment, Antonio makes the mistake of opening the box, unleashing the sexy, ivory skinned succubus who calls herself Sallos. Quickly overpowering and dominating the dangerous hitman, she has her way with him, quickly establishing dominance and letting Antonio know he is no longer the shot caller here. Soon, Antonio embarks on some of the most intense sex of his life, but at a treacherous cost.

After a botched assassination attempt and his rapidly deteriorating physical state catches the attention of his handler, Antonio is sent to an isolated mountain retreat deep in the Sierra Madre mountains, with the hopes of old world medicine ridding his body of the sexual parasite feeding off of him. The exorcism doesn’t go as planned however, and Sallos’s true monstrous form is revealed to all who are unfortunate enough to lay eyes on her.


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