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The Succubus Moon Books 1-3

A Lesfic Urban Fantasy Romance

by Cailee Francis

The Succubus Moon Books 1-3 - Cailee Francis - The Succubus Moon
Part of the The Succubus Moon series:
Editions:Kindle: $ 4.99 USD
Pages: 236

Rose is a modern-day succubus, kidnapped by vampires while trying to track down her missing mother, Ella. That life-changing experience sets her on a path to trouble, danger, heroics and helping others, while the Succubus Moon approaches.

Paranormal beings come into full power at certain pre-destined times, but the fabled Succubus Moon is said to have wrought madness, destruction and chaos on an unprecedented scale. Rose hasn’t seen one in her lifetime, but she’s about to – and she’s afraid of losing control of herself. The last thing she wants is to harm those she loves, especially Lisa.

Rose's girlfriend Lisa is a kitchen witch and trainee chef. She leads a sedate life, except where it relates to her coven and Rose, of course. Her asexuality wouldn’t seem to complement Rose’s succubus nature, but they’ve found love, and a deep and lasting happiness together.

The problem is dark forces are gathering, with threats to themselves, Lisa’s coven and the people of Bellasford. They must fight to keep their happy life intact, protect each other and save who they can because trouble is coming.

Reader Note: This collection contains three novella-length F/F fantasy romance books (around 65,000 words total):
Darkling Rose, Seeking Witches and Rising Moon.
It features sapphic love (the steamy and sweet kind) and adult language. It also has the potential triggers of kidnapping and violence. This collection features two women who will fight for their friends, each other and to make the world a better place.

About the Author

Cailee Francis is an Australian author of romantic fantasy fiction, mingling magic, friendship, drama and romance.

When she's not writing, Cailee works as a self-employed graphic designer, cover artist and editor, and she likes to balance art and writing in equal measure.


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