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by Katana Collins

Genre: Erotic Romance, Paranormal

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Erotica buffs will embrace this modern-day paranormal story, which is filled to the brim with sex, shifters and demons — all taking place in the City of Sin. Besides the sparkling characters (no, not the vampire kind), readers will find the story easy to grasp as they are whisked through decades past to fully understand the love story unfolding. The ending leaves some questions unanswered, but thankfully we can expect a second book in this series.

Barista by day and exotic dancer by night, angel-turned-succubus Monica requires sex in order to thrive so she can steal the souls of innocent strangers on behalf of Hell. Her day job at a local cafe gives her the daily fix she needs thanks to her gorgeous boss, Drew; dancing at Hell's Lair, frequented by mortals and demon folk alike, provides many customers willing to satisfy her desires. Everything is going smoothly until Monica's powers begin to weaken and succubi just like her turn up dead. And, just to add some additional complications to the mix, her lover from 1939 pops in for a visit. With a killer on the loose, Monica fears she could be next and wonders if she has the strength to save herself. (APHORDISIA, May, 352 pp., $14.00)

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Reviewed By: Jaime A. Geraldi


Published: May 2013

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