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Gothic City Lights: Helena

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Gothic City Lights: Helena
Gothic City Lights: Helena Book Cover, written by Brindle Chase
Gothic City Lights: Helena Book Cover, written by Brindle Chase
Author(s) Brindle Chase
Cover artist Valerie Tibbs
Series Gothic City Lights
Publisher Loose Id LLC
Publication date January 3, 2012 (eBook)
December 12, 2012 (Paperback)
Media type eBook
Length 205 Pages (eBook)
300 Pages (Paperback)
ISBN 978-1611188301
Preceded by Gothic City Lights: Lilith

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

Gothic City Lights: Helena is an eBook written by Brindle Chase. It is the second work in the Gothic City Lights series by this author. In this work one of the main characters is a half-Succubus named Lilith.


  • Title: Gothic City Lights: Helena
  • Author: Brindle Chase
  • Published By: Loose Id LLC
  • Length: 205 Pages (eBook)
    300 Pages (Paperback)
  • Format: eBook & Paperback
  • ASIN: B006U1GG06
  • ISBN-10: 161118830X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1611188301
  • Publishing Date: January 3, 2012 (eBook)
    December 12, 2012 (Paperback)

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Plot Summary

Helena must have fallen into disfavor with Mother Superior. Her latest assignment to pose as a stripper and infiltrate the notorious underworld lair Gothic City Lights was outrageous! She -- an angel of charity -- was required to display her pure, perfect flesh to bait and eliminate a demon lord.

Demon-hunter Antonio Bendicini was bred for war. Sent to Portland to reduce the rampant population of demons there, he is quickly mired in an ancient war between angel and demon.

Both after the same mark, their paths collide. Helena could never have prepared herself for Antonio. Huge, hideously scarred from years of battle, and ugly, he was a true warrior, just like she, and he ignited something she’d never felt before: lust.

In "Beauty and the Beast" fashion, their desires entwine with molten ferocity and she falls to her want. Helena realizes she cannot complete her mission, because her heart belongs to the human. Determined to devise a new plan where she need not display her naked flesh for any man save Antonio, Helena is captured by the demon lord. Antonio must swallow his pride, stay his wrath, and join forces with the angels to rescue her before she is killed -- or worse -- defiled.

Book Review

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