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Hotter Than Hell (eBook)

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Hotter Than Hell
Hotter Than Hell eBook Cover, written by Raine Weaver
Hotter Than Hell eBook Cover, written by Raine Weaver
Author(s) Raine Weaver
Publisher Samhain Publishing
Publication date March 8, 2010
Media type eBook
Length 272 Pages
ISBN 978-1-60504-787-4

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

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

Hotter Than Hell is an eBook written by Raine Weaver. The work contains two stories, each of which revolves around either a Succubus or an Incubus as one of the main characters.


  • Title: Hotter Than Hell
  • Author: Raine Weaver
  • Published By: Samhain Publishing
  • Length: 272 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • IBSN: 978-1-60504-787-4
  • Publishing Date: March 8, 2010

Plot Summary

Want a taste of Heaven? Go to Hell.

Legend has it that the Incubi were originally fallen angels, irresistible creatures who sacrificed their place in Paradise for the touch of mortal lovers. They live among us still, in the shadowy, dream-haunted fringes of modern society, indulging their insatiable lust and feeding on our desire—with our blessings.

  • The Rose Legacy: A valuable inheritance is passed from one female member of a wealthy family to another, as it has been for centuries. But Camille Price, the beneficiary, doesn’t know it’s a generational curse that includes sacrificing her body and soul to an Incubus who fulfills her every erotic dream—and nightmare.
  • Ravenous: Failed cleric Adam Bachmann knows a demon when he sees one. He just can’t seem to resist succubus Leyla Cheval, even though her insatiable sexual appetite is draining him of life. To save himself and others, he must sacrifice the only heaven he’s ever known and destroy the dark angel he’s come to love.

Book Review

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