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The Black Rose (eBook)

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The Black Rose
The Black Rose eBook Cover, written by J.R. Rain & Matthew S. Cox
The Black Rose eBook Cover,
written by J.R. Rain & Matthew S. Cox
Author(s) J.R. Rain
Matthew S. Cox
Series Four Elements
Publisher Rain Press
Publication date October 15, 2019
Media type eBook
Length 170 Pages
Preceded by The Elementalist

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The Black Rose is an eBook written by J.R. Rain and Matthew S. Cox. It is the second work in the Four Elements series by this author. In this work the character Crystal is a half-Succubus.


  • Title: The Black Rose
  • Authors: J.R. Rain & Matthew S. Cox
  • Published By: Rain Press
  • Length: 170 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B07Z7771FW
  • Publishing Date: October 15, 2019

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Plot Summary

Max Long enjoyed a pleasant, if secluded, life in the small mountain town of Shadow Pines. Things had been quiet—until he discovered the elements obeyed him.

As if learning vampires truly existed didn’t shock him to his core already, Max grapples with the reality that he’s been given real magic. He has the power of all four elements at his fingertips.

They say every good private eye story starts with a crying girl walking through the door. Crystal hadn’t been the first upset woman to ask him for help, not in a town with a murder rate far worse than any big city. Unfortunately, he’d made the biggest mistake of all… falling in love. As if becoming romantically entangled with a client didn’t complicate matters enough, he’d fallen for a half-succubus.

When a group of senior citizens on a day trip go missing, Max suspects the local vampires have stopped caring about subtlety. People who rock the boat in Shadow Pines tend to disappear painfully, but if he doesn’t start making waves soon, his beloved home town will become nothing more than a graveyard.

Book Review

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