Succubus Lost

From the Files of the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency

A psycho is stalking succubi around the world. This is the case that Detective Marisol Whitman is pulled into after her younger sister Elaine and a siren friend are taken. Marisol is a succubus and so is her sister. After a burned corpse is discovered, no one realizes that the two cases are related. Enter in gorgeous special agent Valerio Costa, who is also a Salamander, and one gifted with fire. Costa doesn’t see the connection between the two cases until Marisol gets too close and gets burned in the process. Can Marisol find her sister and her friend? Can Costa and Marisol each overcome their aversion to love and still solve the cases? Take a trip with a succubus detective to the slums of Chicago and see where the path leads.

Succubus Lost is a great novel for anyone searching for intense adventure, and scorching love. The storyline flows seamlessly together, making it entirely plausible and loads of fun. I enjoyed this novel so much I plan to search out the other books in the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency series. This novel is a fantastically enjoyable story.


Book Blurb for Succubus Lost

Someone is kidnapping and incinerating otherworlders beyond recognition, and detective Marisol Whitman, a succubus, races to find the murderer before he claims another victim. But her pursuit is derailed when her responsible younger sister vanishes. Marisol suspects foul play and enlists support from an unlikely source: an agent from the Otherworlder Enforcement Agency, Valerio Costa.

When the trail pointing to everyone from vampires to witches dries up, Agent Costa admits to knowing more than he’s shared. Marisol’s sister’s kidnapper harnesses more magic than she can imagine—and they’re running out of time. To find her sister before her powers are drained and twisted beyond recognition, Marisol must connect the dots between cases and put her trust in Costa, a salamander who may burn her before she can solve either case.


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2012 4.00