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Damon Snow and the Incubus Rake (eBook)

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Damon Snow and the Incubus Rake
Damon Snow and the Incubus Rake eBook Cover, written by Olivia Helling
Damon Snow and the Incubus Rake eBook Cover, written by Olivia Helling
Author(s) Olivia Helling
Series Damon Snow
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date December 12, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 126 Pages
ASIN B00QY0A9D8
Preceded by Damon Snow and the Nocturnal Lessons
Followed by Damon Snow and the Viscount Temptation

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


Damon Snow and the Incubus Rake is an eBook written by Olivia Helling. It is the second work in the Damon Snow series by this author. In this work the character Damon Snow is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: Damon Snow and the Incubus Rake
  • Author: Olivia Helling
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 126 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00QY0A9D8
  • Publishing Date: December 12, 2014


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Plot Summary

Incubus and prostitute Damon Snow wants nothing more than a repeat of his last fateful visit with his long-time patron Byrne. Not that he’d actually admit that. Week after week, Byrne’s door remains closed, until Damon discovers he’s not the only one paying Byrne a bedside visit. Even Damon’s only friend Rogers seems ready to discard him if he ever does get into Damon’s pantaloons. So when a dapper rake reveals himself as an incubus and offers to teach Damon how to bend men to his desires, Damon is quick to take him up on his offer, even if it means breaking a few of his own rules. But the rake has a secret of his own, and men keep disappearing around him. In a world of only users and the used, who can Damon really trust?


Book Review

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