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Carnal Attraction

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Carnal Attraction
Carnal Attraction eBook Cover, written by D.L. Jackson
Carnal Attraction eBook Cover, written by D.L. Jackson
Author(s) D.L. Jackson
Series Carnality
Publisher Decadent Publishing
Company, LLC
Publication date February 29, 2012
Media type eBook
Length 14 Pages
ISBN 9781613332146
Preceded by Carnal Desires
Followed by Carnal Denial

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

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

Carnal Attraction is an eBook written by D.L. Jackson. It is the second work in the Carnality series by this author. In this work, the character Azael is an Incubus and the character Jezebel, also known as Mercedes, is a Succubus.


  • Title: Carnal Attraction
  • Author: D.L. Jackson
  • Published By: Decadent Publishing Company, LLC
  • Length: 14 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B007FYAQY4
  • ISBN: 9781613332146
  • Publishing Date: February 29, 2012

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

Thousands of years have passed. Azael has returned to Jezebel, and he’s brought her memories with him. Now that Jezebel has them back, she doesn’t intend to lose them again by starving herself of life energies. So, when she encounters a broken heart in the seedy strip club where she works, she knows dinner will be special that night. This time, the feeding will be on her terms, and the man who’s wandered into her snare, shouldn’t miss the small bite of soul she takes. Much.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on February 13, 2015

Mercedes has, from the last book to this one, somehow and in someway, remembered who she is and what she is. Her name is Jezebel, she is a Succubus, but she isn’t quite like any other one that has existed. And that, more than anything else, drew Azael to her and she to him. Now together, she a stripper, he watching out for her, they feed on those around them… But it isn’t what you might think it to be.

The main thing about Jezebel is, and for me this is a very important point, is that she wants to be more than she is, only take what she needs to, and, most oddly at least in this universe, she refuses to take a human soul. That, more than anything else, really makes me adore her. She has a truth inside of her, one that wants those around her to be better, happier, and more than they are. She is, in my eyes, what Succubi are meant to be. The bringers of fantasy, pleasure and dreams. And sometimes, just sometimes, they can make those dreams true.

The transformation that Jezebel has taken from the last work to this one is really a chrysalis and she is a wonderfully erotic creature that knows herself, what she is capable of, and uses all she is for the pleasure of herself and those around her.

But in all of that comes a little bit of humanity, of seeking out another that needs her, and she gives them what they desire for a price agreed to, at least in her eyes freely. But she also opens the way for them, and others, to have something that she herself has… a place to be, a heart to love, and to be able to be comfortable with oneself.

All of this is, for me, perfectly told. The heat of Jezebel’s needs and how she gives that need to another, making it more that it would otherwise be, is a joyous thing to read and it made me smile when the story came to a close… At least in this part of the story.

I think the summary however is not quite true to the story as it is so much more seductive and powerful in being so that it suggests. One should not let it give you the wrong idea about this work. It is a Succubus at her best and more.

Four and a half out of five pitchforks.

One of the problems that Jezebel and Azael have is one of demon hunters. Now this isn’t a new idea, not by any means, but how one particular demon hunter becomes involved with them, around them, and what happens to her is really the icing on the cake of this series and brings it to a wonderfully satisfying conclusion.

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