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A Twisted Pact (eBook)

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A Twisted Pact
A Twisted Pact eBook Cover, written by Maria N. Lang
A Twisted Pact eBook Cover,
written by Maria N. Lang
Author(s) Maria N. Lang
Publisher Maria N. Lang
Publication date April 11, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 47 Pages
ISBN 9781311512857

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A Twisted Pact is an eBook written by Maria N. Lang. In this work the character Eliza is a Succubus.


  • Title: A Twisted Pact
  • Author: Maria N. Lang
  • Published By: Maria N. Lang
  • Length: 47 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00JNAI91A
  • IBSN: 9781311512857
  • Publishing Date: April 11, 2014

Plot Summary

Another year passes without Summer finding a partner at the fertility fest. The men are afraid of her due to her magical powers. The frustration drives her home to summon a pleasure demon who might sate her lusts in place of a man. Summer, however, is still an apprentice, and the demoness she summons is far beyond her ability to control. How will she resist the succubus' allure? Without the ability to say no, Summer fights to be released. It is a losing battle, as she finds herself driven deeper into debauchery by the demon's irresistible powers of pleasure.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on July 3, 2016

Summer takes a risk and using her new found abilities to summon a succubus to find some pleasure in a world where she has none. The succubus arrives, but the pleasure isn’t what Summer expected, nor is the succubus herself.

The work is, as a whole, rather a sad story from the beginning to end, there being an air of depression, loss, and hopelessness from Summer that takes so much out of her as a character and sets the story on a course that only becomes more painful and sad. This has a moment, a very short one, of some kind of pleasure when Eliza, the succubus, appears, but that is so very fleeting.

Eliza is, overall, a fairly stereotypically evil succubus, hooves and all, and from the first moment she appears, there’s little doubt when the story is likely going to go. Her intentions are clear, she expresses them, and sets out towards those goals. In doing so the story turns, for a moment, towards some well written succubus mind control, but that is soon overcome by what is a series of violent moments between Summer and Eliza.

As the story continues onwards, the erotica becomes more dark, the things that Summer is taken through by Eliza are, at least for me, bordering on pain and suffering. There comes a point in the story when the heat isn’t there anymore and soon after the climax arrives and then a conclusion which is rapidly passed through before the story comes to an abrupt, and expected, ending.

The emotions in the writing at the beginning of the work are very good and it showed promise for the rest of the work. However, once Eliza appeared, that emotional impact was pushed aside for the erotica and in doing so there felt like a good story was cast aside for the sake of the erotica itself.

Two out of five pitchforks.

Just too violent, brutal, and really stereotypically so for my tastes. The hint of succubus mind control had some promise, but by the end the story turned a corner and lost me along the way.

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