Incubus Moon

Incubus Moon

by Andrew Cheney-Feid

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Overview

What if the darkness could whisper your name? Touch you?

And what if that same darkness...was calling you home?

Austin Iverson experiences this firsthand on the eve of his thirtieth birthday, when a sinister entity reveals the shocking truth of his birth. "You are not human, Austin. You are Incubus!" A species of carnal demon hunted and slaughtered into extinction by the Shadow Walkers over a millennia ago, or so the supernatural community believes. His own awakening, however, rouses an immortal enemy; one consumed by an unquenchable thirst for Austin's blood, and who will stop at nothing until he possesses him-for the ritual sacrifice of an incubus is the key that will grant him dominion over Mankind.

Time is running out. The Incubus Moon is about to rise!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781463674069
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2011
Pages: 338
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Nearly a decade of living in Rome, Italy, ignited Los Angeles-based author Andrew Cheney-Feid's imagination and passion for writing. The echoes of the past gripped him so completely he felt compelled to share his experiences through fiction. The great food and wine weren't bad, either! The allure of the Eternal City also helped to awaken his more carnal nature, which he channeled into a dozen erotic short stories published under the name of A. C. Faro. The author currently resides in Monrovia, California.

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mochalove More than 1 year ago
In the book, Incubus Moon by author Andrew Cheney – Feid, life for handsome, sex magnet - Justin Austin Iverson gets turned upside down and inside out. After suffering through the loss of his only living parent to cancer, Austin soon finds out that his life is not at all, what he believes it to be. Austin thought he grew up having a happy and loving childhood with his natural mother but that was not the case. Carefully built lies and deceptions made up his youth. Fueled by anger and curiosity Austin goes on a mission to find out about his real parents, which leads him to a discovery about himself that is both fantastic and life altering. Austin Iverson is the interesting central character in this paranormal/ horror/romance book that really delivers on all levels. Incubus Moon takes the reader on a paranormal imbued adventure ( and some sexual adventures as well), as thirty year old, bi-sexual, Austin finds out that he was adopted ( a secret that was kept from him throughout his childhood and part of his adulthood) and he seeks to find out the identity of his birth mother. Starting with a séance as an attempt to contact his recently deceased mother, Austin receives a very powerful and frightening message through the psychic that leaves him both curious and frightened. The message is so powerful in fact that the psychic is also severely frightened and immediately severs all ties with him. In the message, Austin finds out about his supernatural legacy and of the coming of a very dark and ominous male called the Shadow Walker. This millennia old evil being, the Shadow Walker wants Austin and wants to harness his newly surfacing supernatural self through a very deadly ritual and the Shadow Walker will not hesitate to destroy anyone that gets in his way. Incubus Moon turned out to be a very well written story that was a great engrossing read. Austin is interesting, sexy and memorable as a main character whose exploits both in and out of the bed are entertaining to say the least. It is at this point that I will issue a word of advice; this story does contain strong sexual content that is both hetero-erotic in nature and homo- erotic in nature; this is a read for very mature readers. This book also contains homo – erotic romance that is well portrayed. As for the paranormal/horror aspects of the book, the story is populated with some familiar concepts and villains especially for those already familiar with the horror genre but there is a nicely done twist and it is a well-written story with plenty of action and that is part of what makes this book great to read. I would recommend this book to mature readers that enjoy engaging paranormal/horror/ romance reads with strong sexual content.