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Betrayal Born of Blood
|Betrayal Born of Blood|
Betrayal Born of Blood eBook Cover, written by Kimberly Hall
Amazon Digital Services
|Publication date||February 23, 2012|
Betrayal Born of Blood is an eBook written by Kimberly Hall. In this work the main character, Azrael, is described as being an Incubus. There are also mentions of Succubi in this work as well, but they are minor in nature and not the focus of this story.
- Title: Betrayal Born of Blood
- Author: Kimberly Hall
- Published By: Smashwords & Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 34,000 Words
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B006UMI6DA
- ISBN: 9781476409429
- Publishing Date: February 23, 2012
Skies of blood will pour upon the streets of London, and Hell will rise to claim its own.
As London embraces the Twenty-first century a predator arises, an incubus by the name of Azrael. Azrael is not a normal incubus, and had been banished from Hell only four centuries earlier, left to die among humans. This daemon however, is not out for sporadic pleasures as the others in the order are, he is out for blood. As he tells you his twisted, macabre tale, you discover why he kills, and why he continues to defy the order he had been shunned from.
Now, after Four hundred years, there is an unbalance, and Azrael is discovered by a young succubus who he slays. News of this is heard in Hell, and the Lord of the house sends lethal assassins for his heart. Those who are sent for him rise to London as well, causing life to become more difficult than anticipated…
It is now more than ever the Lord and Lady want him killed, and it seems they will do everything in their power to have it. Beneath this chase lie twists and turns in the plot, and as Azrael tells you his dark and enchanting story, the truth of his banishment is revealed. Betrayals, forbidden passions and deaths are nailed in the flesh of this story that will continue to surprise you until the end.
At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.