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The Succubus (eBook II)
The Succubus eBookCover, written by Sarah Winn
|Publisher||Whiskey Creek Press|
|Publication date||August 2007|
The Succubus is an eBook written by Sarah Winn. In this work, one of the main characters is a Succubus.
- Title: The Succubus
- Author: Sarah Winn
- Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press
- Length: Novella
- Format: eBook
- ISBN: 987-1-60313-002-8
- Publishing Date: August 2007
Lady Isabel married the much older Baron of Tewsbarrow to save her family from a life of poverty. After the marriage, her husband tells her she must seduce his young nephew in order to produce an heir. The innocent Isabel knows nothing about seduction so the baron contrives a devious plot to make sure she succeeds.
The young knight, Sir Daniel, is welcomed to his uncle’s castle as an honored guest, but strange things happen. He realizes he’s being drugged and while he lays helpless a beautiful woman comes to his bed. Despite the mystery surrounding her, Daniel falls in love. Then he learns Isabel’s true identity and purpose and leaves Tewsbarrow with a broken heart.
The old baron’s plot fails, and he dies in a fit of apoplexy. Daniel returns as the new baron. His one burning desire is to punish the wicked woman who betrayed him.
"Sarah Winn has written a story that not only pleased the senses, but also provided pleasure and excitement. One I'm sure fans of the historical genre will enjoy." - Rachelle, Fallen Angel Reviews
"The main characters are strong and believable. The author has interesting, complex points of view that will keep the readers interested. Good Job! I can recommend this book as an appealing read!" - Brenda Talley, The Romance Studio
I found Sarah Winn's writing to be very intriguing. The characters were easy to understand and it was uncomplicated to get a good feel for their individual situations and predicaments. I really got a good laugh out of some of the scenes and was quite touched by others. - Karen, Enchanting Reviews