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Tye's Undoing (eBook)
Tye's Undoing eBook Cover,
written by Jennifer Field
|Publisher||Forever Red Publishing|
|Publication date||May 1, 2015|
|Preceded by||Twice Lost|
Tye's Undoing is an eBook written by Jennifer Field. It is the second work in the Harbinger series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.
- Title: Tye's Undoing
- Author: Jennifer Field
- Published By: Forever Red Publishing
- Length: 120 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00UYCMHQ4
- Publishing Date: May 1, 2015
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
Tyberius Frelser, Professor of Theology & Ancient Greek History and Harbinger of Death, has lived in Boston for the past three-hundred years, deciding to stay in his beloved city after the death of his wife, a tragedy that broke his heart. As a Harbinger, he is a tortured man, sentenced to a life he never asked for. As a professor, he is well renowned for his difficult curriculum and grading system. Upon flipping through student profiles, Tye comes across one he finds more than intriguing.
Margret Cole is a quiet, understated Grad student at Boston University, dreading the final class she needs to complete her doctorate in Ancient Religion. Since her mother’s untimely death when she was only twelve years old, she has suffered from nightmarish visions. Though the scene of her vision has always been the same, the battle between good and evil has become more clear over the years. And, at the center of this battle, are deep brown eyes and a handsome face that have haunted her for as long as she can remember.
Fascination and curiosity lead Tye and Margret on a path of exploration into not only her visions, but her bed, something neither have the desire to stop. But there is another player in this game, a powerful force with an agenda of their own.
Can Tye convince Margret that her visions are more special than she realizes before it’s too late, or will she ultimately become Tye’s Undoing?
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