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Publisher Description

A desperate woman…

Wiccan Haus is Raegan’s last hope for a miracle. Unable to produce an heir for her husband, she finds herself abandoned and penniless. Raised to be the perfect wife and mother, her failure has broken her spirit.

A reviled demon…

Zamahl comes to Wiccan Haus seeking meditation and relief from the never-ending sexual urges of his Incubus nature. Driven to seek their true mates, Incubi are the ultimate one-night stand from which some females never recover. Shunned throughout the para realms, he doubts he will ever find a woman to satisfy the demon within.

A forbidden passion

When Raegan meets the copper-eyed stranger, a passion she never believed herself capable of awakens. Zamahl is horrified by his burning attraction to the timid little human. Humans, weak of mind and body, are to be avoided at all costs.

As the Summer Solstice celebrations continue, Raegan must decide what she really wants from life, and find the courage to claim it. She must overcome Zamahl’s doubts, the disapproval of one very unhappy were-tiger, and the fickleness of Fate to find true happiness.

September 20
Decadent Publishing
Decadent Publishing Company

Customer Reviews

Marci Baun ,

An enchanting new Wiccan Haus story

This is my third Wiccan Haus story, and Ms. Dexter delivered the perfect addition to this series.

Raegan arrives at Wiccan House with some serious self-esteem issues, thanks to her mother and soon-to-be ex-husband. Being away from them and in the presence of the right people helps her grow into her own and break free of the need to please everyone else but herself.

Zamahl has lived his entire existence as a hated incubus. Unlike most incubi, he doesn’t like it, and all that hate has done a number on his self-worth. When he first meets Raegan, he’s inexorably drawn to her.

These two flawed beings are the perfect combination for an uplifting romance that I couldn’t put down. My one complaint is that I wanted more.

I was gifted this book for an honest review.

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