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Dealing with the Demon (eBook)
|Dealing with the Demon|
Dealing with the Demon eBook Cover,
written by Dean Chills
|Publication date||March 21, 2015|
|Followed by||Dueling for the Demon|
Dealing with the Demon is an eBook written by Dean Chills. It is the first work in the Demon Trilogy series by this author. In this work the character Abel is an Incubus.
- Title: Dealing with the Demon
- Author: Dean Chills
- Published By: SexyFic.com
- Length: 20 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00UUXWZ0U
- Publishing Date: March 21, 2015
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When Elizabeth bought her sister a decorative box at a garage sale, she had no idea that it contained a secret. When she accidentally summons a pleasure demon, she’s surprised that he doesn’t scare her. Then he really turns on the charm and things get completely out of control.
Will Elizabeth lose her soul or just have a good time? Find out in this straight erotic tale of what goes on between a woman and her Incubus.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on December 15, 2015
Elizabeth comes into possession of a means to summon a demon, more specifically an Incubus. Not quite understanding what power she holds, she does so and then finds herself smitten by Abel and he with her.
Most of the work revolves around Elizabeth speaking about her past, her family, where she works, and the utter lack of having any kind of “real” relationship. All of this takes up more than three-quarters of this work before she finally comes into contact with Abel in, what she thinks, is a dream.
Abel’s most interesting feature isn’t physical, though he has horns and some obvious incubus features. He even admits, quite clearly, that he is an incubus, though Elizabeth seems not to understand what that means. When he does appear, there is a hint that he has been trapped somewhere for some time and Elizabeth frees him. It’s not clear if that matters here in the first work in any clear way however.
There is a slight D/s theme that occurs as the erotica begins, Elizabeth becoming submissive towards Abel’s words and actions. The running commentary she makes about smells, touch, and taste are cute, sometimes funny, and very descriptive, which I did like. There is a clear change in Elizabeth’s personality the more she is in contact with Abel, but whether that is a kind of mind control or simply that she is smitten by him isn’t clear.
The work’s erotica is a hot flash, actually two different scenes, both of which have their own heat, but there are moments when Elizabeth’s thoughts are so out of place that the heat is overcome by trying to figure out why Elizabeth’s thoughts are so scattered. The erotica is clearly written to place Abel in the dominant position, but before that, Elizabeth’s exploration of Abel I thought was decidedly hot and I enjoyed that scene very much.
There is a clear warning given by Abel which seems to set out why the series is but three books in length and the questions that are left, mainly over what happens next, what has Elizabeth gotten herself into, and most of all, is Abel as unique as I hope he is? The next work will tell.
I’ll give this work three out of five pitchforks.
Too much time spent on minutia in the beginning of the work, which I think hurt things as a whole. I didn’t really see the point of talking about tangential subjects and eating up pages doing so when the point of the story could have been gotten to sooner.