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You wouldn't think three sultry succubi sisters, two sexy fire demons, a reluctant witch, and a couple of mega-hunky mortals would need hook-ups courtesy of Madame Eve's ultra-exclusive 1Night Stand agency. But hey, the dating scene can be rough, even if you've got extraordinary paranormal powers and live in a mystical village populated by supernaturals...where things tend to go bump in the night.
Taryn Kincaid's erotic 1Night Stand stories, Lightning, Thunder, Frost and Heat Wave are a little snarky, a lot smokin', and will melt your heart! And then Blizzard will set you aflame!
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By jean doe on 11-05-16
A One Night Stand Agency?
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- Book 1 Lightning
Lily, the female lead, is a succubus who has decided to be celibate after a tragic event.
Her sisters are concerned about her so they set up a Madame Evangeline's web site 1 Night Stand account for Lily.
Her mystery date blindfolds her however, his voice sounds familiar. Will Lily be upset or happy to find out the identity of her mystery date?
- Book 2 Thunder
Veronica, the female lead, is remodeling her mansion and has help from Sean, the male lead.
Veronica is a lonely widow who also signed up for Madame Evangeline's 1 Night Stand services
She demands that he comes up to her place on the Fourth of July weekend where there is definite sparks flying.
- Book 3 Frost
Dagney, the female lead, is an art gallery owner and decides to use Madame Evangeline 1 Night Services
now enters Raine, the male lead, an the events take off.
- Book 4 Heat Wave
Zena, the female lead, has ignored the Queen's summons, so the Queen send Bhyrne to "retrieve" her at any cost.
- Book 5 Blizzard
Mandy, the female lead, is at a convention, however, a terrible storm has hit and she is anxious to get home and see her
She has to stop and pull over at a gas station due to the weather, where she meets a stranger..
Audrey Lusk did well with the narration.
"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."