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Demoness I - III Collected (eBook)

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Demoness I - III
Demoness I - III Collected eBook Cover, written by Misty Vixen
Demoness I - III Collected eBook Cover,
written by Misty Vixen
Author(s) Misty Vixen
Publisher Vixen Fiction
Publication date May 8, 2020
Media type eBook
Length 546 Pages
Preceded by Demoness III
Followed by Demoness: The Former Princess

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Demoness I - III Collected is an eBook written by Misty Vixen. It is a collection of the first three works in the Demoness series by this author. In this work the character Yelena can be described as a kind of Succubus.


  • Title: Demoness I - III Collected
  • Author: Misty Vixen
  • Published By: Vixen Fiction
  • Length: 546 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B088DL9RDR
  • Publishing Date: May 8, 2020

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Plot Summary

John Greenfield is a man adrift. At thirty, he lives in a small village and although he is largely self-sufficient and skilled in both combat and survival, it has yet to amount to anything meaningful to him. He has no real friends to speak of, and can't seem to connect with anyone seriously enough for a long-term relationship, platonic or romantic.

That all changes when he stumbles across an injured, unconscious demoness in the woods outside his village. She is being hunted and, in a risky move, he decides to help her. This decision changes the course of his life forever. As the demoness, Yelena, recuperates in his cabin, the two first begin to lust after each other, then become friends, and then fall hopelessly in love.

But loving a demoness is difficult in a world that abhors them, and where most people will attack them on sight. John and Yelena will have to work harder than they ever have to find a way to live together in this world...

Book Review

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