Remind Me

Remind Me
Series: Sex Demon Series, Book 3
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance
Megan Winston is a beautiful succubus deeply saddened by the loss of her mate. She wanders through life a ghost of who she used to be. Shane McCann is a sassy, sexy, Irish police officer still dealing with an on the job injury to his leg. He's assigned to a missing persons case and Megan is a friend of the victim. Megan is content to trying to build a friendship with Shane, refusing to let him get close. Shane is drawn to the dark haired beauty and does whatever he can to be near her, even become her personal bodyguard. Their enemies are watching closely and both of them will have reminders of what true love is worth.
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Can Lightning Strike Twice?

Shane McCann is a hardheaded cop with an injured leg and a bad attitude. He’s working a missing persons case and he knows that the victim’s friends are hiding something. He needs to find out what it is. One woman in particular catches his interest. She’s beautiful, mesmerizing and in her eyes he can see she’s as injured on the inside, as he is on the outside. If he can get her to trust him, it might make all the difference.

Megan Winston is a succubus with a broken heart. She found her mate only to lose to him after a fatal accident two years ago. Now a friend of hers has been kidnapped and she agrees to be questioned about the disappearance, but she has to be careful. The investigator is human. He’s smart, sexy and despite how much she likes him, she’s already had a mate and everyone knows demons never get a second chance or do they?

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