Azazel by Dawn McClure
(Fallen Angels)

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Being dominated was her secret desire…

A Fallen Angels book.

Alexia has no complaints about her job as an assassin in the Alliance, battling rogue vampires and demons. However, on a personal level, she has hit a sexual hiatus. Men from every race, every continent and every skill level have tried to bring her down—and turn her on. All have failed. Until a man with a body made of sin stirs her blood for the first time in over two hundred years.

Azazel, a demon of the First Angelic Revolt, is one of Lucifer’s most prominent—and dominant—assassins. His current mission leads him to Alexia, a fighter like himself who lives in the moment with no promise of tomorrow. A sexy vampire assassin whose secret sexual desire is a perfect match for his…skills.

His decision to give her exactly what she wants leaves them both hungry for more. But to delve into desires that might be best left unexplored, they’ll have to overcome a pack of rogue demons—and possibly Satan himself.


About Dawn McClure

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I grew up in the busy city of Sacramento, California. I decided I wanted to see the world, so I enlisted in the Navy right out of school. Shortly after joining the Navy, I was stationed in Italy where I met my husband—a Marine who guarded the building I worked in. No one can convince me love at first sight does not exist. We have two beautiful daughters and now reside in his home state of Michigan. I began reading romance at the tender age of twelve when I found my mother’s stash of Victoria Holt books. I was instantly hooked on romance novels. It wasn’t until I was in my twenties that I wrote my first romance novel. Paranormal romance has always sparked my interest, and I found myself writing about vampires and demons. My stories revolve around finding redemption through love, and of course, that happily ever after we all seek.
Published November 25, 2008 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 124 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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