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Dance Of The Gods

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Dance Of The Gods
Dance Of The Gods eBook Cover, written by Ann Mayburn
Dance Of The Gods eBook Cover,
written by Ann Mayburn
Author(s) Ann Mayburn
Series A Chosen by the Gods
Publisher Liquid Silver Books
Publication date June 20, 2011
Media type eBook
Length 112 Pages
ISBN 9781595788450

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Dance Of The Gods is an eBook written by Ann Mayburn. It is a work in the A Chosen by the Gods series by this author. In this work the character Carmella Ramirez is possessed by a Succubus. The work was reissued as Cursed by this author in an expanded format.


  • Title: Dance Of The Gods
  • Author: Ann Mayburn
  • Published By: Liquid Silver Books
  • Length: 112 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B0059VJISA
  • IBSN: 9781595788450
  • Publishing Date: June 20, 2011

Plot Summary

Locked in a demonic curse, Carmella Ramirez has lost the will to love. Once she was the star of the Ramirez Samba School and lived a charmed life. Now, thanks to bitchery and voodoo, she's the school's seamstress and living in the ghetto. At night, a succubus overtakes Carmella's body and uses her to lure men to their death. As the corpses pile up, those controlling Carmella plan to sacrifice her to their demonic god and blame her for all the men the succubus killed.

Her only hope is Sean Kalmus--a world famous musician and warrior of the Celtic God of Music, Maponus. Sean is in Brazil to DJ for the Ramirez School at this year's carnival. Maponus orders Sean to find and rescue Carmella, who is Sean's Comhcheol--the perfect harmony to his soul's melody.

With Sean's help, Carmella will have to call on her strength, his magic and their love to break herself free before she becomes known as Brazil's most notorious serial killer.

Book Review

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