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Sep 30 2012

A Review of Deflowered by the Demon by Vivi Lemay

Time to review a work I found that has an Incubus appear in it, and for once he’s not actually evil per se, but, that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have his way with a certain underprepared witch…

Deflowered by the Demon by Vivi Lemay

Deflowered by the Demon by Vivi Lemay

  • Title: Deflowered by the Demon
  • Author: Vivi Lemay
  • Publishing Date: February 14, 2012
  • Length: Novella
  • ASIN: B00797MJQK
  • This work at Amazon.com

It’s a story about:

When apprentice summoner Laurel decides to take her lessons into her own hands, she calls forth an ancient incubus named Erizal by mistake. Faced with a demon whose very purpose is to dominate women, what can Laurel possibly offer to appease him…except herself?

Laurel is a rather headstrong witch that thinks she knows everything. As such, after being stuck in the same place in her training, she decides to not take the advice of her teacher and summon a demon.

The problem is that she summons Erizal, a rather powerful Incubus from another place and he isn’t very happy about that… at first. I thought it was interesting to see what his reasons were for not doing some really bad things to Laurel, but instead give her a chance to “give” herself to him… which of course means lots of sex and heat before the story is through…

I honestly think that Erizal, as a character was more interesting than Laurel was. He has his moments of humour that I thought were really very funny, especially when he first sets eyes on Laurel. But more so, it’s that he seems to have a history behind him that is more structured and interesting than the one that we are introduced to with Laurel.

Laurel just seems to be a whiney little thing that isn’t happy about having to learn things the slow way and want to show off to her teacher in order to move her training as a witch to the next step. This is of course a common theme in a lot of stories, but in this case I thought that it opened the door to a moment that was, if not tender when it came, at least wasn’t simply to get to the sex scene.

That’s not to say that there isn’t one, there is and it is a long one. But at the end of it, it’s not what you would have expected from how Erizal first treats Laurel, and that I thought was a wonderful thing to see…

It is a hot flash, that is to say that the story is there to drive the reader to the sex scene, but it’s not only about the sex which I think is a good thing. No real issues in editing or spelling or anything else in that way which was nice to see…

I’ll give it four pitchforks out of five.

Much too short, I would like to have seen more about what happened after the resolution of the story, which leaves me not quite liking it as much as I should really…

And that’s a shame really…

 

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    There is always the chance that Ms. LeMay will write more about Erizal. He sounds like a character worth revisiting.

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    Always possible my heart…

    Tera

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