That and what she revealed in her rare, unguarded moments. She was a snake, or something worse. And she had her fangs in his best friend.
Author: Duncan McGeary
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Ancient Goddesses, modern Nightmares. When Doug goes hiking with Suzanne in the Cascades, he thinks he's lucked out. She's his dream girl. But that night in the tent, she turns into something else, something out of his nightmares. The Succubus, Eisheth, has many names and shapes, but she's perfected the Manic Pixie Dream Girl, every young man's sexual fantasy. She has left a long trail of bodies behind her. Serena is one of the few mortals who sees through her beguiling persona, tracking the demoness, determined to stop her. She is joined by Doug's friends and finds that, in Cary, she is still capable of love. Rick helps guide them, the last of the Guardians, an ancient order who once guarded the Succubus but fell prey to their enchantment . The Succubus calls on her sisters, the Daughters of Lilith, for help. Once they were Goddesses but into their peaceful valley came men who saw only their beauty and the power of their blood. Imprisoned for millennia, drained of their life giving blood, the Succubus have vowed vengeance upon men, preying on their sexual desires. When these forces converge, love and sex converge in an explosion of violence, as the Succubus and humans confront their true natures. "Blood of the Succubus" combines mythology with modern pop culture--modern dating and ancient fertility rites, a murder mystery and the supernatural. URBAN DICTIONARY: Manic Pixie Dream Girl or MPDG: A pretty, outgoing, whacky female...whose sole purpose is to help broody male characters lighten up and enjoy their lives.