Moonlight & Magic by Mina Carter

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Moonlight & Magic isn't your average club…

Proudly marketing itself as a paranormal club, it boasts demons as waiters and shifters as dancers, but none are as exotic as the incubus twins, Daelas and Jaren, the club's owners.

Sage, who is part fae, is looking for a demon. Not just any demon though, she wants a sex demon. But she's in for a disappointment, easily seeing through the glamour cast over the mainly mortal waiters.

Then…Daelas makes an appearance, deciding as soon as he lays eyes on her that Sage is going to be his.

However, the twins share everything, even their women. So, if one demon lover blows her mind, how in the world is Sage going to cope with both?

Pages: 59 ~ Words: 15534

Publisher’s Note: This title has been previously released with another publisher.

Please Note: This title contains erotic content and is intended for individuals over the age of eighteen.

About Mina Carter

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Mina Carter was born and raised in Middle Earth (otherwise known as the Midlands, England). After a slew of careers ranging from logistics to land-surveying she can now be found in the wilds of Leicestershire with her husband and young daughter…the true boss of the family.Suffering the curse of eternal curiosity Mina never tires of learning new skills which has led to Aromatherapy, Corsetry, Chain-maille making, Welding, Canoeing, Shooting, and pole-dancing to name but a few. A veteran Star Trek RPGer, she’s run both games and groups of games but now finds her home in Bravo Fleet, one of the internet’s oldest Star Trek simm groups.She juggles being a mum, working full time and writing, tossing another ball in the air with her cover artwork. For Mina, writing time is the wee hours of the morning before anyone wakes up and starts making demands, or any spare minute that can be begged, bought or conned.Her first stories were penned at age 11, when she used a stationery set meant for Christmas thank you letters to write stories instead. More recently, she wrote for her own amusement and to save on outrageous monthly book bills. Now she’s totally addicted and needs her daily writing fix or heads roll!
Published March 14, 2012 by Summerhouse Publishing. 42 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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