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Wraith Consumed (eBook)

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Wraith Consumed
Wraith Consumed eBook Cover, written by Charmaine Ross
Wraith Consumed eBook Cover,
written by Charmaine Ross
Author(s) Charmaine Ross
Series Demon Cursed
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date May 11, 2022
Media type eBook
Length 171 Pages
ASIN B09W11LMC8
Preceded by Soul Possessed
Followed by Demon Vanquished

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


Wraith Consumed is an eBook written by Charmaine Ross. It is the fourth work in the Demon Cursed series by this author. In this work the demoness Lilith appears.


Overview

  • Title: Wraith Consumed
  • Author: Charmaine Ross
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 171 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09W11LMC8
  • Publishing Date: May 11, 2022


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

The angelic power given to me is fracturing me apart. I’ve crossed the veil, but I don’t know who I am or how I can to be here.

Ibn, the professor on the University of Creation, shows me my Akashic records to help me remember my past lives, but it doesn’t work. Demons attack. I ward them off using my power, calling a man so achingly familiar to me through a portal I created.

Elliot knows me. He tells me I am his soul-mate. I want to believe him but the power inside me is unstable. Angelic power was never meant to be contained by a human soul. All dimensions of reality will collapse if I can’t contain it.

Captured by demons, I must fight Lilith and remember who I really am before I fracture apart completely. Only my fully healed soul stands between Lilith’s rule and total annihilation of every plane of existence.


Book Review

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