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Carnal Kisses: Seduced by the Succubus (eBook)

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Carnal Kisses: Seduced by the Succubus
Carnal Kisses: Seduced by the Succubus eBook Cover, written by Lucinda Lovington
Carnal Kisses: Seduced by the Succubus eBook Cover, written by Lucinda Lovington
Author(s) Lucinda Lovington
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date July 31, 2012
Media type eBook
Length 16 Pages

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

Carnal Kisses: Seduced by the Succubus is an eBook written by Lucinda Lovington. In this work, one of the main characters is a Succubus.


  • Title: Carnal Kisses: Seduced by the Succubus
  • Author:Lucinda Lovington
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 16 Pages
  • ASIN: B008RI7X7A
  • Publishing Date: July 31, 2012

Plot Summary

Tobias had traversed through my dreams for a multitude of nights, driving me mad with lustful fascination. Oh, how desperately I desired to feast on his flesh, to introduce him to the erotic pleasures a body could experience. I would have him, for the force of my need could not be denied...

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on June 21, 2013

Generally speaking, Succubi are written to be dominant, and occasionally strong willed as well. Their sexuality really doesn’t come into question, but, their personality does. But what if that personality makes them more than what they do? That can be an interesting read…

A short work, but within that there is so much tantalizing background hinted at, so much erotic moments told, and two characters created with such realism that the thought comes to me that these two, a succubus and the young man refused from what he wants, could exist.

The story is told from the perspective of the Succubus herself, though we never learn her name, what she really looks like, or anything about her personally. What she does to Tobias, how she hypnotizes him, controls him, dominates him to obey her… there is no doubt at all what those things are.

While the work is what I call a hot flash, it isn’t simply the sexual acts that are told of. No, more importantly to me the story tells of the Succubus’ longing for Tobias, her need to have him, to take him, and control him utterly. It also gives a glimpse of what Tobias feels, needs, and seeks but is rebuffed by those around him.

The setting is interesting as it tells of a past time, a moment when there was celebration of the coming of the solstice, the joys of the celebration, and the community at large. But it also tells of the disappointment in Tobias for being not chosen by the one be wants, the overwhelming need within him and how that attracts the Succubus of the story to him.

The entwinement of the two of them is passionate, powerfully erotic, and has a touch of mind control and hypnosis weaved within the story. The falling of Tobias to the succubus’ power, the turning of his thoughts towards pleasing her, having her mount him and give him release is very well done and very hot… Possibly one of the best examples of a Succubus taking her prey that I have read in some time.

The Succubus has all the powers I expect to see, the ability to seep into Tobias’ room and control him are so very succubus-like as well. However she does not have horns or a tail. She is, however, not the only one of her kind, she speaks of her mentor, how her sisters act and more. She isn’t like them, she speaks of finding easy prey to be unsatisfying, that hunting difficult prey like Tobias is much more satisfying, more sweet, more rewarding to her.

All of this is important as it takes her from being a stereotypical Succubus into being so much more of an interesting character to me. Her dominance over Tobias is delicious and hungry which does not happen very often really in stories about Succubi.

The author’s grasp of erotica is excellent but I had one problem with the story. That being that the Succubus speaks in words and uses some terminology that, to me, seemed out of place with the moment in history that the work was set in. Using words like “retina” in conversation with a person that is unlikely to be able to understand what that means was jarring for me.

But I can push that aside for a story that I did enjoy…

Four out of five pitchforks.

Would have like this to be longer, and some of the word choices need to be rethought, but overall a hot read about a dominant Succubus.

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