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Anything for My Dark Mistress (eBook)

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Anything for My Dark Mistress
Anything for My Dark Mistress eBook Cover, written by Natalia Dire
Anything for My Dark Mistress eBook Cover,
written by Natalia Dire
Author(s) Natalia Dire
Series Anything for My Dark Mistress
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date February 27, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 75 Pages
ASIN B00U4AB2UI
Preceded by Gender Swapped by the Succubus

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).


Anything for My Dark Mistress is an eBook written by Natalia Dire. It is a collection of all of the works in the Anything for My Dark Mistress series by this author. In this work the character Seshinu is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Anything for My Dark Mistress
  • Author: Natalia Dire
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 75 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00U4AB2UI
  • Publishing Date: February 27, 2015


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

All three “Anything for My Dark Mistress” stories, now available in an exclusive, omnibus collection. This hot-as-hell, 18,000+ word story collection is packed with spicy succubus seduction, steamy gender swapping, and the sublime surrender of mind, body and soul.

  • Seduced by the Succubus (Book One): When college sophomore Seth responds to an online ad for modeling work, he gets more than he bargained for. His sultry, green-eyed employer is more than she seems, pulling him into an amorous escapade of demons and blood magic. This infernal seductress is looking for a new mortal pet, and knows exactly what tricks will make a young man beg for more. By the night’s end, Seth will surrender completely to his new unholy mistress - mind, body and soul.
  • Feminized by the Succubus (Book Two): After a wild night with a seductive demoness, college sophomore Seth wakes up to a shocking discovery: he’s been transformed into a sexy young woman. While waiting for his dark mistress to return, he explores his new body and reaches new heights of ecstasy. After following his goddess’s instructions to the letter—donning a sexy cocktail dress and stockings, learning how to apply make-up, and practicing his sexy strut in front of the mirror—she commands him to seduce and absorb the sexual energy of a spunky, lesbian, late night pizza delivery girl. Now that Seth is “Beth,” will the succubus's newest pet be able to fully embrace her twin roles as irresistible seductress and infernal servant?
  • Gender Swapped by the Succubus (Book Three): Seth thought his first romp with a seductive demoness would the wildest, weirdest time of his life, but the night isn’t over yet. After the succubus’s unholy powers transformed this down-on-his-luck college sophomore into a nubile, hormone-fueled young woman, Seth—now “Beth”—is putting her new gifts to use every chance she gets. Trained to be the perfect temptress (and harvester of souls) by her master, this gender swapped sex kitten is about to face her biggest challenge yet. Can she seduce her hunky college roommate without blowing her cover? And how will Beth’s infernal master—now the all-consuming love of her life—reward her for a job well done?


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on November 22, 2015


Overall the series is well written and there is quite a lot to like in Seth/Beth as as well Seshinu overall. There are some lovely hot erotic flashes in the story and there is enough story tying those parts together as a whole. The only real problems are a need for more proof reading, that issue runs throughout the work and needs dealing with. The other is that the recapping at the beginning of each of the parts need not be so long or detailed, making them info dumps. The work ends on a note that seems to say there is more to be told in this universe, about what happens to Beth in the future and what Seshinu’s plans are.

That the series does end on that note is a bit of a shame as really if so much could happen, then why not continue forwards and tell that story fully? With all of the promise in the work when it comes to a close… that seems to be the real shame here.

I’ll give the series as a whole three and a half out of five pitchforks.


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