Laura Weston bargains one night of sex to
save her brotherís life, or so she thought. The man who comes
to collect is not a doctor, but a demon. Freud is on a
mission of revenge and Laura is his pawn. The only one who
can save her from the dark magic is Myles, who is the opposite
of his evil brother Freud.
Unholy Woman is a journey
into the dark side where black magic is used to mete out pain
and death. But Justine Paper demonstrates a touch of optimism
in the age old battle of good versus evil with Myles. This is
a very creative tale full of intrigue and intricate schemes.
The character of Myles is my favorite.