The Unholy Trinity by Daniel Gage
Succubus Lost (Part 1 The Unholy Trinity: Origins)
Katie doesn't know what she is. All she knows is her touch drains the life from people. And that she has some sort of mystical charm where she can influence people around her to do her bidding.
She gets by as a performer in Las Vegas, until one day she finds herself staring at the business end of a crossbow. Then, when a dangerous felon comes to her aid, her life will never be the same…
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The Unholy Trinity: Origins
Six of the seven seals of the Apocalypse are broken.
The key to breaking the last seal is a half demon named Katie, a succubus who doesn't know what she is, with a power she can't control. Her death would herald the arrival of the Four Horsemen.
Coming to her aid is Rebecca, a teenage necromancer whose dad has gone insane. And Jacob, a two thousand year-old demon seeking redemption for his sins.
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About the Author:
As long as I can remember I've had my nose buried in books. I grew up in a small mountain town, so when the weather turned bad (which it often did), books were my retreat. We didn't even have basic television until I was a teenager, so my family always did a weekly trip to the library.
But it was the year that I got The Chronicles of Narnia from my uncle and The Lord of the Rings from my dad for Christmas that changed everything.
Suddenly I was in new worlds, filled with magic and monsters. I was hooked, and there was no going back. Dune. Ender's Game. The Wheel of Time. A Song of Fire and Ice. I couldn't get enough of it. And when I was about ten, I decided I wanted to become a writer of fantasy and science fiction.
But, as I got older, I learned about traditional publishing, how difficult it was to get a book accepted by an agent, and even get published. Then you had to hope to make enough from royalties to make a real living, so my dream was abandoned.
Things change, and I was recently turned in the direction of e-publishing and indie writing… I could do things how I wanted, I could release stories as often as I wanted. I wasn't bound by traditional publishing to try and make writing my career. All there could be was me and the readers of my books. I could interact with them, and write to what they wanted to see, what they wanted to read.
I now live in Arizona with my fiance, dog, and two cats.