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COVER REVEAL: “Lorelei’s School of Deviltry, Semester One” by SF Benson

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Title: Lorelei’s School of Deviltry, Semester One

Author: SF Benson

Cover Artist: Avanturine Press Author Services

Editor: Tia Silverthorne Bach

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Blurb:

Scare or be scared…

Lorelei’s School of Deviltry is home to some of the most arrogant and frightening supernatural teens in the world. When you’re a supe whose goal is scaring humans, attending the legendary academy is a must.

Lilith Martin, a succubus, needs to win a seat on student council because she believes all supernaturals should have a say at the legendary school. 

But when a bloodborne vampire, Kamila Tesarova, decides to run for the coveted seat too, Lilith is met with trouble. Someone is reporting her actions with Milos Petrovich, another royal vampire, to the headmistress.

Lilith needs to secure the vote before Kamila convinces the student body to vote against the succubus, or Lilith’s relationship with Milos gets her expelled. 

But there’s a conspiracy on campus. How can Lilith win the election, and get to the bottom of what’s really going on?

From the world of Falls Creek comes Lorelei’s School of Deviltry; an exciting paranormal academy series by author SF Benson!

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Excerpt:

I bolted for the stairs, taking them two at a time. Unfortunately, I didn’t watch where I was going. I didn’t look up until I hit a hard body.

“Where’s the fire?” a deep masculine voice said.

My eyes trailed up a pair of ripped jeans and over a pastel-blue Polo shirt. When my gaze met his, my heart skipped a beat. I was expecting some sort of preppy dude. The long dark hair was anything but conservative. And then he smiled, and his dark eyes sparkled.

I was so caught up in drooling over the eye candy that I didn’t hear a word he said. Finally, he touched my shoulder. “Are you okay?”

“Um… Yeah… Sorry.”

“Name’s Nico Constantine, and you are?” His voice was inviting.

“Hot.” Crap. Whenever I became flustered, I said whatever came to mind.

Nico cocked his head to the side.

“I’m hot. Really, really hot.” I fanned my burning cheeks. “Are you hot?”

“Oh, leave the girl alone, Nico. You’re making her uncomfortable,” said a female voice. “I’m London, his sister.”

I dragged my gaze from the hot guy. A tall girl with frizzy fiery-red hair and turquoise-blue eyes stood behind him. Slowly, my heart returned to its normal beat along with my ability to form a real sentence. 

“Hi, I’m Lilith.”

London whacked the back of Nico’s head. “Don’t you, like, have some place to be?”

“Yeah, yeah. Catch you later.” He bounded down the steps and out the front door.

“Don’t mind him.” London linked her arm with mine and dragged me up the stairs. “He’s taken by the way, but don’t tell Nico that.”

“Huh?”

“There’s a phoenix on campus who has her eye on him. I think they’re like destined or something. Your room is across from mine.”

Man, London was a motor mouth. The entire trip upstairs she rattled on and on. Did she talk in her sleep?

As we continued toward the top floor, the girl kept speaking. I learned more than I needed in a matter of minutes. Like, the vamps were a bunch of entitled mean girls, and the only guys worth dating lived in the south quadrant dorms. Instead of stopping at my room, London tugged me toward her door where the sounds of Rainbow’s Since You Been Gone blasted into the hall.

“You’re going to love my bestie.” She burst into the room. “Sybil!”

A dark head peeked out of a closet. “Hey!”

“Sybil Nakamura meet Lilith Martin.” London beamed like she’d just announced the arrival of the queen.

Sybil turned off the music and stopped in front of me. The girl was an Asian beauty with flawless skin and gorgeous black hair. Then I realized who she was. My jaw dropped, and it took me a few seconds to compose myself. 

“Are you related to the Nakamura Demons?” I squeaked out.

“One in the same.” She held out her hand, and I shook it. “How do you know about my family?”

“Thankfully, I’ve only heard rumors.”

“I assure you they’re all true.” Sybil smoothed her uniform skirt before perching on a desk chair.

Everyone in our world had heard of the Nakamuras. They were demons who ran the Toraiado—a supernatural version of the Japanese Triad. Mafia connections. Deadly connections. I’d have to remember to stay on Sybil’s good side.

As I stood there, nervously fidgeting with the edge of my blazer, London began laughing hysterically. A few seconds later, Sybil added to the uproar. The girls clutched their sides. 

Was I the butt of some joke?

I turned toward the door. 

London shouted, “Wait! It’s not about you?”

Gripping the knob, I said, “Explain.”

Sybil was still snickering, but she managed to say, “It’s about my family. Not all of the rumors are true.”

I whirled around. “Then why would you say they were?”

The girl shrugged her thin shoulders. “Having a little fun? Come on… We don’t get too many opportunities for it. Have you seen what we have to wear?”

I glanced down at my uniform. “Yeah. No way can I walk out like this.”

London held up a pair of scissors. “We can fix that. Take off your jacket.”


There won’t be a pre-order for this one! It will go live this weekend, and will be available on Kindle Unlimited!

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