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  • Forbidden Fantaseis by Sai Marie Johnson

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    Araceli Nativa – sheltered and yet looking to expand beyond her small town Alabama raising, Araceli’s attending
    Vanderbilt University in Nashville but so far she hasn’t broadened her horizons in the least. A pretty and successful student, Araceli spends all her days studying, attending class and living a fairly boring existence. That is until her dorm mate peer pressures her to attend the biggest frat and Halloween party on campus and when Araceli finally breaks out of her closed up shell, the consequences might just be devastating.

    Abel Slaine – For centuries he has scoured the earth searching for her, the demonic queen who stole his beloved before they ever had the chance to thrive. She and all of her dark daughters have been his target for millennia and now there is a new one who will find her death at the end of his hands one way or another but putting plan to action may prove more difficult than Abel has bargained for when his prey becomes more than a deathly pursuit.

  • The Succubus: Sins of the Flesh by Vanna B.

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    Dressed in strange clothing and covered in tattoos and piercings, Raven DuBois appears to be just another goth college student rebelling through her unusual, dark style. Darrin Brown, on the other hand is as boring as they come. Before moving to NYC to complete his sociology degree, the Average Joe knew nothing more than church, the four walls of his Detroit home, and his Plain Jane girlfriend, Melody.

    Raven is spontaneous…unpredictable…dangerous. She’s unlike anyone Darrin has ever met and he’s instantly intrigued by her unique style, killer body and seductive ways. But he soon finds there is much more to her than meets the eye.

    After getting a taste of what Raven has to offer, Darrin can’t get enough. He soon falls deep under her spell and will do anything she asks of him, without questioning. He finds himself a pawn in her wicked game; a game in which he stands to lose more than he ever imagined – including his soul.