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Essence Derived (eBook)

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Essence Derived
Essence Derived eBook Cover, written by Carey Decevito
Essence Derived eBook Cover,
written by Carey Decevito
Author(s) Carey Decevito
Series Essence
Publisher Emberlust Press
Publication date August 28, 2018
Media type eBook
Length 85 Pages
ISBN 9781988806068
ASIN B07FPPRK1K
Followed by Essence Surfaced

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Essence Derived is an eBook written by Carey Decevito. It is the first work in the Essence series by this author. In this work the character Payton Lilith Devonshire is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Essence Derived
  • Author: Carey Decevito
  • Published By: Emberlust Press
  • Length: 85 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07FPPRK1K
  • IBSN: 9781988806068
  • Publishing Date: August 28, 2018


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Many things in this world cannot be explained: the birth of the cosmos for example—does a higher power really exist—or what about magical and mythical creatures of the paranormal?

Payton knows this better than anyone, even though she could probably give a few of those answers. When this empath’s world shifts on its axis, she discovers life as she knows it is much more convoluted—it’s a dark and dangerous place. One filled with things that go bump in the night, causing death and chaos, which may mean the end of her kind. Despite the numerous warnings from her parents, she never once believed them about the dangers lurking about, until one brutal night when they were taken from her before her very eyes. She sees her gifts as a curse—ones that would ultimately lead to her demise—but when a mere stranger interrupts her life by knocking her feet out from under her, Payton soon discovers she has a purpose to serve. A mission: one a lot more complex than she could ever imagine.

But could she do it matched? And what the hell did that even mean?


Book Review

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