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Lilly: A Children of Lilith Novella (eBook)

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Lilly: A Children of Lilith Novella
Lilly: A Children of Lilith Novella eBook Cover, written by Rhozwyn Darius
Lilly: A Children of Lilith Novella eBook Cover, written by Rhozwyn Darius
Author(s) Rhozwyn Darius
Series Children of Lilith
Publisher Rhozwyn Darius
Publication date March 29, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 137 Pages
ASIN B00JD02Q64

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Lilly: A Children of Lilith Novella is an eBook written by Rhozwyn Darius. It is the first work in the Children of Lilith series by this author. In this work the character Lily Oldham Montville is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Lilly: A Children of Lilith Novella
  • Author: Rhozwyn Darius
  • Published By: Rhozwyn Darius
  • Length: 137 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00JD02Q64
  • Publishing Date: March 29, 2014


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Plot Summary

At the height of the long, endless winter of 1816, Peter Oldham rushes his dying widowed sister to the one place in London, perhaps in all of England, where she might be saved. Suffering from a condition peculiar to Lilith’s Children, Lily Oldham Montville, is Dousing—dying from the lack of sex. She’s fortunate, indeed, that an old friend, Jack Howard and his lover, Hal Lockwood, are available for a long night and day of sex, revelation, and truth. Ignorance is dangerous for humans, but an order of magnitude more dangerous for the Children of Lilith. Gifts have prices and the Children all live on the knife’s edge of pleasure and danger.

In a timeline just a heartbeat or two away from ours, Lilith’s Children are the descendents of the goddess Lilith and the giants of old. In 1816, as a minority population, they have interbred with the Children of Adam and Eve until they are more hybrid than pure. However, the recent influx of French aristocrats running from the terror of the French Revolution and marrying into upper class British families have created a new generation of incubi and succubi who carry more of Lilith’s genes than any Children have in many generations.


Book Review

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