When Lacey Michaels receives a surprise invite to Incubus—a notorious BDSM club in San Francisco, she jumps at the opportunity. After all, she’s a journalist and curiosity is her middle name. What’s more, if she finds the rumors about the club are true, she’ll make a name for herself in the business.
A Demon by nature and a soul catcher by trade, Kurt Samuelsson is enchanted by the beautiful dark-haired stranger who visits the club. He instinctively knows she’s everything he needs in a woman, and is therefore his promised one—the soul mate who will be his for eternity.
As Lacey discovers all manner of strange phenomenon pointing to demons and devil worship at the infamous venue she becomes frightened, but also sexually drawn to the good-looking guy who always seems to be staring whenever she glances in his direction.
Lacey hadn’t reckoned on falling for the tall, enigmatic stranger with the mesmerizing eyes, and as a result, her priorities become unclear.
Should she sample the demonic sexual fruits on offer from Kurt, or should she see sense and simply run from Incubus with her story, never to return again?
Reader Advisory: Contains scenes of domination and submission, a strong heroine, and a demon in disguise.
|Publisher:||Luminosity Publishing LLP|
|File size:||140 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
From an early age, Roxie Lee, loved to be creative. You would often find her painting vivid landscapes, or putting the finishing touches to a graphic design. Nowadays, Roxie channels all that enthusiasm into penning erotic romances with a delicious, sexy BDSM theme. She loves writing about strong heroes and heroines who aren’t perfect. While their flaws may be many, their emotions are strong and all-consuming, and whatever troubles lie ahead, readers can be assured of a happily ever after. Thank you for reading. Roxie also writes as Jan Bowles.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Loved everything EXCEPT the female basically becomes mindless and loses true herself. Read it and you'll agree. Would have liked to see where the story could have gone. Is only about 40 pages.