Counterpart (Succubus & Incubus Assn., #1)
This cover was created by the amazing Ashley (Redbird) Byland at Redbird
Mature content, not intended for readers under 17.
The one thing Maya Simmons wants is the last thing she should have.
Succubi life isn’t for everyone, geared toward those who are lonely and know how to harbor secrets. Twenty-year-old Maya, however, is the perfect candidate. She lives freely, parties whenever she wants, and enjoys feeding her succubus demon with plenty of sex.
It’s an easy life for Maya…until she meets Tristan. Every time she sees him, the demon inside her goes crazy. But if she gives into her inner succubus andravishes him, he probably won’t survive.
Her chosen way of life is thrown into chaos when a few of her latest victims turn up dead. Knowing she left them with enough energy to recover, she realizes that a rogue succubus is out to get her. As she investigates, she discovers that she’s in more danger then she thought, and the one thing she never wanted to do may be the only thing that can save her life.
Her life, and Tristan’s.
On a cloudy day, I decided to write my first novel (I didn't really have anything else to do). The thing here is that I'm known to have a weird imagination, and I guess the first time I got told that, was the day I actually realized that I did. Which led me to putting my weird imagination on paper, turning it into a novel, and loving the fact that I actually did it. And had fun with it.
I was born and raised in New Zealand. (Yes, it's that little country beside Australia. No, it's not a part of Australia.) I dream big, and have family and friends that support me with each step I take. I spend a majority of my time reading, writing, watching Sci-Fi movies (I'm a nerd and proud!), listening to music, and going on an adventure with my characters (that's my favorite one). I am also a part-time reviewer on Step Into Fiction (That site totally rocks by the way.)
I believe that if you really want it, you can have it. I'm not saying it's going to be easy because it probably won't be. As for me, I'm excited to go on this journey and introduce everyone to the imagination that is mine, and weird.
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