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Lilith's Children (eBook)

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Lilith's Children
Lilith's Children eBook Cover, written by Rachel Pudelek
Lilith's Children eBook Cover,
written by Rachel Pudelek
Author(s) Rachel Pudelek
Series Wild Women
Publisher City Owl Press
Publication date February 12, 2019
Media type eBook
Length 302 Pages
Preceded by Freyja's Daughter
Followed by Ishtar's Legacy

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

Lilith's Children is an eBook written by Rachel Pudelek. It is the second work in the Wild Women series by this author. In this work several Succubi characters appear.


  • Title: Lilith's Children
  • Author: Rachel Pudelek
  • Published By: City Owl Press
  • Length: 302 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07MD1XYQ9
  • Publishing Date: February 12, 2019

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Plot Summary

Hunters are doubling down their efforts, putting Faline's coterie on the run. But war waits for no woman, especially not a fugitive... Faline’s plans for a surprise attack on an east coast Hunter complex hit a snag when succubi leader Marie calls in a favor and Faline has no choice but to answer. What Faline uncovers is a hidden Portland underground and an elaborate scheme dripping with Marie's cunning manipulation. Only, Marie isn't the puppet-master and neither are the Hunters. Something darker lurks under the city of Portland—and his appetite is unlikely to be satiated by words alone. That hunger is growing...

But Marcus and his renegade friends would rather see it slit with their daggers than quenched. Between old enemies and potential new, danger lives in every shadow, threatening not only Faline's coterie this time, but everything she knows about her world. And when their biggest allies in the war against the Hunters are captured, the Wild Women are left scrambling for support in the unlikeliest of places.

Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.

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