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Devil's Threesome (eBook)

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Devil's Threesome
Devil's Threesome eBook Cover, written by Olivia Scott-Hill
Devil's Threesome eBook Cover,
written by Olivia Scott-Hill
Author(s) Olivia Scott-Hill
Series Devil's Threesome
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date June 19, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 27 Pages
ASIN B00L4S71U4
Followed by Devil's Threesome 2

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Devil's Threesome is an eBook written by Olivia Scott-Hill. It is the first work in the Devil's Threesome series by this author. In this work the character Emma becomes a Succubus-like being.


Overview

  • Title: Devil's Threesome
  • Author: Olivia Scott-Hill
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 27 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00L4S71U4
  • Publishing Date: June 19, 2014


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

It’s the night before Halloween and self proclaimed ugly duckling Emma and her hot best friends Aiden and Taylor are looking for a thrill. The boys want to hit up a bar, but Emma deems the idea lame.

Then Taylor suggests they visit the local cemetery. There is a secret beyond the iron gates that he wants to share with his friends. He leads them through the dark woods and into a long forgotten graveyard for “undesirables” that includes the graves of some women who were hanged for witchcraft.

A statue of a woman wrapped in a snake stands in graveyard’s center and Emma finds herself drawn to it. She touches the snake, becomes possessed, and finds herself starving…for men.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on June 9, 2015


It is Halloween night and Emma finds herself back with her long time friends. A visit to a long forgotten part of the local cemetery brings changes to them, Emma most of all.

The majority of the first work in the series is mainly focused on Emma, Aiden and Taylor, their long friendship, and their lives. It tells of what happened to Emma in the past, how it changed her outlook of herself, and the conflict that is within her.

All of this takes about three-quarters of the work before they all arrive in the cemetery, Emma comes into contact with a statue which has some very obvious imagery around it. Soon afterwards Emma is, for lack of a better explanation, possessed, in a way, and she changes both physically and mentally.

She becomes far more dominant, having control over her friends and, in the wake of this new found power, they fulfill all of the fantasies that Emma has held deep within herself. When this all comes to a close, Emma has two thralls, and she has a need within to seek out others to feed the darkness within her.

As a whole, the work does well in making the reader care about the characters, wanting to know what’s happening, and what the events all mean. There isn’t much in the way of any explanations however, the work moves away from story to erotica in the last part of the work. There are some hot flashes along the way, and there is a very strong hint of Emma becoming, at least in some way, succubus-like even if she doesn’t actually transform physically into a succubus.

I think as the start to the series, the work sets up things well, offers a mystery to unfold and a group of characters that have their own personalities, problems, and with that the work has a solid foundation to build on. But when the erotica comes into play the work turns a bit stereotypical in that it seemed like the characters were acting on rote. Perhaps that is part of the story, there is a good deal of mind control in this work. In the end, Emma’s power over her friends is quite interesting and leaves a lot of questions to be answered.

I’ll give this work three and a half out of five pitchforks.

A good start, a bit lost when the introductions are done and the erotica begins, but there is promise, which is always good to see.


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