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White-Feathered Angel (eBook)

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White-Feathered Angel
White-Feathered Angel eBook Cover, written by Reed James
White-Feathered Angel eBook Cover,
written by Reed James
Author(s) Reed James
Series My Fallen Angel
Publisher Naughty Ladies
Publication date October 29, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 151 Pages
Preceded by The Girls of My Dreams
Followed by Wings of Gray

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

White-Feathered Angel is an eBook written by Reed James. It is the second work in the My Fallen Angel series by this author. In this work the character Daevia is a Succubus.


  • Title: White-Feathered Angel
  • Author: Reed James
  • Published By: Naughty Ladies Publications
  • Length: 151 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: October 29, 2014

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Plot Summary

A Succuba's corruption darkens a college campus!

Everything changed when Bill's dreams started coming true. When one of the women he loves, Cynthia, is captured by the Succuba Daevia, Bill vows to save her. He recruits the sexy and submissive Rochelle, another girl from his dreams, and tames her to his will.

With Rochelle's visions help, Bill tries to rescue Cynthia from Daevia's grasp and foil the Succuba's dark scheme. He fails. The Succuba fatally wounds him as Rochelle helplessly looks on.

As his life spills out, his only hope lies with Sophia, the young Seraph that chose Bill to be her champion. But can the white-feathered Angel stand up to the power the older and more cunning Daevia wields?

Meanwhile, feisty Juanita is sent on a mission by the Archangel Uriel to help the man she will marry. And buxom and demure Hikaru flees the campus in fear of Daevia, while her soul yearns to return and aide the man who set her free from the Succuba's bondage—Bill.

Can Bill and the girls of his dreams rally and turn the tide against the darkness and depravity descending on to Parkland Lutheran University?

Book Review

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