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Confessions of a Sex Demon (eBook)

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Confessions of a Sex Demon
Confessions of a Sex Demon  eBook Cover, written by Jaye Shields
Confessions of a Sex Demon eBook Cover,
written by Jaye Shields
Author(s) Jaye Shields
Series Sex Demon Trilogy
Publisher Beachwalk Press
Publication date November 7, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 61 Pages
Followed by Claiming of a Sex Demon

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Confessions of a Sex Demon is an eBook written by Jaye Shields. It is the first work in the Sex Demon Trilogy series by this author. In this work the character Zahra Aniron is a Succubus.


  • Title: Confessions of a Sex Demon
  • Author: Jaye Shields
  • Published By: Beachwalk Press
  • Length: 61 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B009B59V8W
  • Publishing Date: November 7, 2013

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Plot Summary

Zahra proves that sex demons do it better as she goes from captive to captivator.

Sex Demon Zahra Aniron is a closet romantic. Too bad she spends her time having hot, kinky sex with paying strangers. But she needs the money to pay off her sister's debt to wizard thugs. There could be worse things than getting paid for pleasure, especially since a sex demon needs climax to survive.

As a blacksmith, Lennox Aegros puts his fury to good use pounding steel into swords. When he arrives at a new town, his real cause for being there isn't to sell weaponry, it's for revenge. When he finds the succubus he's been searching for, her beauty means he can mix business with pleasure. But the joke's on Lennox, because as he succeeds in torturing his victim by repeatedly bringing her to the brink of orgasm and then denying her the release that she so desperately needs, he realizes that Zahra's slow demise means the breaking of a heart he didn't think he had.

Book Review

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