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Drilled By A Demon (eBook)

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Drilled By A Demon
Drilled By A Demon eBook Cover, written by Kimberley Tracey
Drilled By A Demon eBook Cover,
written by Kimberley Tracey
Author(s) Kimberley Tracey
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date April 30, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 16 Pages
ASIN B00K2FEH0W

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Drilled By A Demon is an eBook written by Kimberley Tracey. In this work the character Lucinda is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Drilled By A Demon
  • Author: Kimberley Tracey
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 16 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00K2FEH0W
  • Publishing Date: April 30, 2014


Plot Summary

Peter decides to visit a lady of the night, but things take a dramatic turn of events.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on February 5, 2016


The summary is a bit short, and really it needs to be something more than it is. Peter’s love life isn’t what he wanted, nor is it really anything of a love life any more. A card directs him into the arms of Lucinda. A Domme with horns, a tail, and a means to give Peter what he wants, but as well that she will get what she needs as well.

The beginning of the work shows a lot of promise in that Peter is interesting, has a history, and an explanation for why he is where he finds himself. When he comes face to face with Lucinda, it is clear that she isn’t quite human, but that is well hidden away until the moment when the story turns towards the erotica.

In that moment, Lucinda’s horns and tail appear and Peter finds himself at her mercy. The work spends most of the story in the heat of the erotica, which has a very dominant theme to it. The beginning of that dominance by Lucinda is where I have the problem. She is a succubus, it is quite clear that she is, and in being so she uses her powers to control him, play him, and bring him to heel. That in itself is hot, but before that happens she abuses Peter and it just took the heat out of the story for me.

When the story turned back into Lucinda being a succubus and taking control by being one, that brought the heat back, but it took some time for things to develop again and bring me back fully into the story. It’s a shame because Lucinda’s character, her mannerisms, her voice and so on are really unique and I liked that about her. I didn’t quite understand why the abuse needed to happen as it wasn’t quite made clear why that needed to be.

I have to assume that Peter went to Lucinda because she advertised as being a Domme and catering to a specific kink, which would be all well and good if that was explained. All that comes of the why is a business card, vaguely mentioned and nothing more. If that was better explained then I think I could have gotten past the harsher aspects of the work better and liked it as a whole more.

Lucinda is the bigger mystery here in that she remains exactly that. A mystery, a question, something to ponder. The story vanishes as the erotica begins and I wish that hadn’t happened. There was a good start, a lot of story starting to be told, but then it just left and was never gotten back to save for one or two vague mentions about that.

The erotic aspects of the work are written well, there is some lovely succubus mind control and dominance that I enjoyed. A few minor spelling mistakes and two sentences that made no sense at all outside of the erotic passages were a little disappointing as well.

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

Lucinda is interesting and it would have been nice to know more about her, her past, something to make her a bit more than she was here. But really the story wasn’t the point, the erotica was.


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