Series: Lilly Meratoliage

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A Drop of Red (Vampire Babylon) by Chris Marie Green.1
Shadows Till Sunrise (A Lilly Meratoliage Urban Fantasy Romance) by Chris Marie Green1
The Path of Razors: Vampire Babylon, Book Five by Chris Marie Green.2
Deep In the Woods (Vampire Babylon) by Chris Marie Green.3
Raising the Darkness by Chris Marie Green.4
The Girl with No Name (Lilly Meratoliage Series) by Chris Marie Green.5

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