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Damned If You Do: The Complete Collection (eBook)

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Damned If You Do: The Complete Collection
Damned If You Do: The Complete Collection eBook Cover, written by J. L. Merrow
Damned If You Do: The Complete Collection eBook Cover, written by J. L. Merrow
Author(s) J. L. Merrow
Series Damned If You Do
Publisher Riptide Publishing
Publication date December 7, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 282 Pages
ISBN 9781626490192
ASIN B00DKAVYDY
Preceded by A Glutton for Punishment

For other uses of the word Incubus, see Incubus (disambiguation).


Damned If You Do: The Complete Collection is an eBook written by J. L. Merrow. It is a collection of all of the works in the Damned If You Do series by this author about the Incubus Rael, described as a male Succubus, and his lover Lars.


Overview

  • Title: Damned If You Do: The Complete Collection
  • Author: J. L. Merrow
  • Published By: Riptide Publishing
  • Length: 282 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00DKAVYDY
  • ISBN: 9781626490192
  • Publishing Date: December 7, 2013


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Some sins are worth the price.

Sexy male succubus Rael has an insatiable appetite for men that gets him into all kinds of trouble. And he’s just found his favorite flavor: hunky blond detective Lars Thornsson. When those cool Nordic looks combine with Rael’s smoldering dark charms, all Hell could break loose.

Lars’s job at the Paranormal Enforcement Agency means he’s supposed to be policing demons, not falling in lust—or love—with them. But there’s something about this feisty little sex demon that hits all his buttons.

With no shortage of deadly sinners in his city, from serial-killing succubi to drug-dealing demons, all Lars can do is try to keep his private life from interfering with his work. But Rael has a knack for getting mixed up in cases that threaten both their domestic harmony and their lives.


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