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Dark Moon Lilith (eBook)

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Dark Moon Lilith
Dark Moon Lilith eBook Cover, written by Misty Evans
Dark Moon Lilith eBook Cover, written by Misty Evans
Author(s) Misty Evans
Series Witches Anonymous
Publisher Smashwords
Amazon Digital Services
Publication date September 13, 2011
Media type eBook
Length 126 Pages
ISBN 9781465958129

For other uses of the name Lilith, see Lilith (disambiguation).

Dark Moon Lilith is an eBook written by Misty Evans. It is the fourth work in the Witches Anonymous series by this author. In this work Lilith, the Queen of Hell, appears and attempts to destroy the heroine of the series.


  • Title: Dark Moon Lilith
  • Author: Misty Evans
  • Published By: Smashwords & Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 126 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B005MGU3J0
  • IBSN: 9781465958129
  • Publishing Date: September 13, 2011

Plot Summary

Ex-witch Amy Atwood is on probation from Witches Anonymous for slipping off the magic-free band wagon. Her love life is also on probation and her sexy, irresistible ex, Lucifer, is tempting her to come back to him. On top of that, her ice cream shop is losing money faster than ice cream melts in June, thanks to a rotten economy and an archangel who’s eating up all her profits.

Struggling to save her shop and stick to her magic-free oath, Amy commits to Step 4 of Witches Anonymous—examining her moral character. Before she can dig too deep, a nascent witch shows up and Amy must take Mikayla under her wing to keep both good and evil from getting their hands on her innocent soul.

Unfortunately, Lilith, the Queen of Hell, wants Lucifer back and has decided to test more than Amy’s moral character. She sends three assassins after Amy. One to poison her, another to burn her apartment to ashes, and the third is taking Amy to Hell.

Will Amy live to see another day? Or will she team up with Lucifer to kick Lilith out of Hell and become queen herself?

Book Review

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