Geneva's first kills are discussed in these segments. She becomes a serial killer, no longer needing the money her abusive father had been tricked to leave for her as a trust, by his psychologically abused wife, their mother. Bored at the Womens' jail, Lilith goes on to find Geneva, brooding, needing a maternal kindred lover spirit. Thoroughly merged with her host body, Naija, Lilith had grown impatient and lusted. She seduced the women around Naija, one by one as they slept. Lilith was the mother of all succubae. The rapture was too much for even the officers, the night Lilith wandered to the East side of Manhattan, and found Geneva seething in turmoil. As Geneva attempted to purify from her killings, surrounded in a bath of black candles, Lilith took her form, merged and made love with her in a way she had not in countless centuries. Geneva was ripe, as was Lilith, strengthened by the legion of ready bodies sleeping in the Women's jail when Najia slept. Naija became more irresistible, lustful, more of a temptress for those who contacted her, inexplicably. The night Geneva was seduced by Lilith the lust was abound. Geneva too would change, becoming more seductive, more irresistible. Such was the power of Lilith, the legendary first wife of Adam, who tempted Adam and Eve to eat from the fruit while she (Lilith) retained her immortality. Rumored for thousands of years, this immortal comes back to the modern day through the body of a reformed street girl. Battle for Riker's Island Series Book 1.
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