The Brothers Sin

The Brothers Sin, a paranormal erotic romance by Celeste Hall

The Brothers Sin
Seduction Series, Book #6

A Paranormal Erotic Romance

Be careful what you dream…
Mikhail and Nikolai have managed to remain unbound, despite now sharing a territory with two succubus queens and their mated army of incubi.
The twins keep their distance from the coveys, searching out and destroying any bloodthirsty strays which escaped from the secret government facility along with Syrena and her males.

There has been no sign of the darkest threat to mankind, which they believe is still lurking somewhere beneath Tornridge. Yet they are ever vigilant and watchful, fearing the war they know is coming.
When their search leads them to a convent nestled within the foothills, just outside the city limits, they were looking for a coldblooded killer. What they found, was a woman capable of seeing more than any human ever should.
Layla’s gift is also her curse. It has made her a target for the very creature Mikhail and Nikolai have been hunting.
As they fight to protect her from a fate worse than death, the twins will find themselves bound again. This time, to a lover condemned for her heritage.

The Brothers Sin


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When a movement above drew her attention, she had first thought she was looking at a ghost. Her eyes couldn’t quite seem to focus on him. It was like trying to look at something just outside of her peripheral vision, revealing only the fuzzy outline of an almost invisible man.
But when he’d moved, his flickering image had momentarily sharpened before her eyes. Then she’d seen the exquisitely formed figure of a man, tarnished only by the enormous, bat-like wings rising up over broad shoulders.
Demonic wings, which warned her that she should be turning away and fleeing for her life, rather than staring in wide-eyed appreciation of the Adonis they were attached to. He was pure sin, wrapped up in one very pretty package.

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