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Dirty (eBook)

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Dirty
Dirty eBook Cover, written by Martha Davis
Dirty eBook Cover,
written by Martha Davis
Author(s) Martha Davis
Publisher Loose Id
Publication date August 10, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 293 Pages
ASIN B013RTTYWA

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Dirty is an eBook written by Martha Davis. In this work the character Orchid Teixeira is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Dirty
  • Author: Martha Davis
  • Published By: Loose Id
  • Length: 293 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B013RTTYWA
  • Publishing Date: August 10, 2015


Plot Summary

In Buckhead, the lavish, eclectic heart of downtown Atlanta, incubi and succubi fill the dungeons and private rooms of Kiss, an elaborate BDSM club where the lascivious go to explore their every taboo fantasy. But there are vampires on the loose--cold, dead, unnatural beasts that consider incubi/succubi blood top-of-the-line furnace quality and they are desperate to obtain it.

Orchid Teixeira, a young widowed succubus who wants a better world to raise her two-year-old daughter Itati in is not afraid to get her hands dirty to see those she loves safe. But the sheer number of vampires suddenly on the streets she calls home, leave both her and the supernatural mafia she clings to more than a little overwhelmed.

Federal Agent Max Hawthorne suddenly appears claiming to investigate the vampire influx, but he seems to be spending more time either trying to get into Orchid’s panties or arresting her than he is exterminating the vamp problem. Why is he really in Atlanta and why is he so dedicated to chasing Orchid? Is he hungry for her or is it her biological skill set he covets, and why can’t Orchid stay away from him?


Book Review

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