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Incubus Moon (Novel)
Incubus Moon Book Cover, written by Andrew Cheney-Feid
|Publication date||December 1, 2011|
Incubus Moon is a novel written by Andrew Cheney-Feid. In this work, the main character Austin Iverson is an Incubus.
- Title: Incubus Moon
- Author: Andrew Cheney-Feid
- Published By: CreateSpace
- Length: 336 Pages
- Format: eBook & Paperback
- ASIN: B006ZZ7WBO
- ISBN-10: 1463674066
- ISBN-13: 978-1463674069
- Publishing Date: December 1, 2011
What if the darkness could whisper your name? Touch you?
And what if that same darkness…was calling you home?
Austin Iverson experiences this firsthand on the eve of his thirtieth birthday, when a sinister entity manifests to reveal the startling truth of his birth. He is not human. He is Incubus! A species of carnal demon hunted and slaughtered to extinction by the Shadow Walkers over a millennia ago, or so the supernatural community believes. But inheriting incubus power comes at a steep price. His awakening sets in motion a catastrophic chain of events that will not only threaten his own life, but jeopardize the lives of everyone he holds dear, because it unleashes an immortal enemy consumed by an unquenchable thirst for his blood; a creature so merciless it will stop at nothing until it fully possesses Austin—for the ritual sacrifice of an incubus is the key that will grant this ancient evil dominion over Mankind.
"Hot. Horny. Gripping. Andrew Cheney-Feid delivers some much needed sass and sexual swagger to the Urban Fantasy genre and creates a provocative, compulsively readable debut." - Mark Haskell Smith, author of "Baked"
"Andrew Cheney-Feid's Incubus Moon will sate your senses with an explosion of indelible images--disturbing, sensual and enthralling." - Claire McNab, science fiction writer & author of the Ashton and Kendall mysteries series.
"An unusual protagonist, a frank but never tawdry eroticism, and a wry sense of humor make this an urban fantasy appealing both for established fans of the genre and for those who want something a little less typical." - Amazon Expert Reviewer