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Down Where The Blue Violet Beauties Bloom (eBook)

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Down Where The Blue Violet Beauties Bloom
Down Where The Blue Violet Beauties Bloom eBook Cover, written by Jacquotte Fox Kline
Down Where The Blue Violet Beauties Bloom eBook Cover, written by Jacquotte Fox Kline
Author(s) Jacquotte Fox Kline
Series Down Deep Inside
Publisher Jacquotte Fox Kline
Publication date October 31, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 409 Pages
ISBN 9780996924306
ASIN B017G9ZRW8
Followed by Deep In The Wild Dire Columbine

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Down Where The Blue Violet Beauties Bloom is an eBook written by Jacquotte Fox Kline. It is the first work in the Down Deep Inside series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Down Where The Blue Violet Beauties Bloom
  • Author: Jacquotte Fox Kline
  • Published By: Jacquotte Fox Kline
  • Length: 409 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B017G9ZRW8
  • IBSN: 9780996924306
  • Publishing Date: October 31, 2015


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Plot Summary

Shar isn’t the best angel girl. She skips classes. She dives in the sky. She gives forbidden kisses to boys, but she feels almost nothing for them. When an apparent accident causes her to fall from Heaven, Shar finds herself in hotter water than she ever thought possible.

In an Underworld city ruled by a love goddess, an elder succubus adopts Shar and encourages her to misbehave further. Shar’s conflicted senses of morality and ethics are pushed to their limits in a realm of domination, seduction, bondage, and magic, where every sensation of pleasure and pain is ten times more intense than in Heaven.

Meanwhile, Anin sets out from Heaven to rescue his former girlfriend from destruction. He intends to prove his angel boy skills, but he is quickly tested. He finds a shocking and beautiful adversary for Shar’s heart.

Suspenseful, philosophical, and filled with swords, sorcery, and sex, this book shines an open-minded light on Heaven, Hell, and the great war of ages.


Book Review

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