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Midnight Craving

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Midnight Craving
Midnight Craving eBook Cover, written by Lolita Lopez
Midnight Craving eBook Cover, written by Lolita Lopez
Author(s) Lolita Lopez
Series Midnight Vice
Publisher Samhain Publishing
Publication date January 19, 2010
Media type eBook
Length 59 Pages
ISBN 978-1-60504-880-2

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Midnight Craving is an eBook written by Lolita Lopez. It is the first work in the Midnight Vice series by this author. In this work the character Isla Alvarez is a half-Succubus.


  • Title: Midnight Craving
  • Author: Lolita Lopez
  • Published By: Samhain Publishing
  • Length: 59 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • IBSN: 978-1-60504-880-2
  • Publishing Date: January 19, 2010

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Plot Summary

When the craving takes hold, the only thing to do is ride it out…

Patrolling Houston’s gritty supernatural underbelly has its perks. For Isla Alvarez, it’s working alongside nephilim SWAT Officer Jace Lane. Ruggedly handsome and possessed of mad skills, Jace embodies everything she’s ever wanted.

Unfortunately, the demonic blood pumping through her veins keeps them separated, since relationships between human descendants of archangels and demons aren’t actively encouraged. Staying away from him, though, is impossible after she winds up on the receiving end of a nasty sexual-compulsion curse, courtesy of a sadistic vampiress. Suddenly Isla is overwhelmed with a life-threatening lust only Jace can sate.

Jace’s principles were once strong enough to resist his longing for the alluring Isla, but in the face of her desperate craving, his desire breaks free—leaving him wondering if she’s not the only one affected by the spell. He’d be more than happy to satisfy Isla’s increasing need for sexual release, if they weren’t in a race against time to reverse the curse before it turns deadly.

For Isla, it’s not just her life she’s worried about losing. It’s her heart.

Book Review

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