On May 4, 2016, the 3,900th article was added to the SuccuWiki!

Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus! (eBook)

From SuccuWiki - The Wiki of the Succubi
Jump to: navigation, search
Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus!
Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus! eBook Cover, written by Ros Allaway
Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus! eBook Cover, written by Ros Allaway
Author(s) Ros Allaway
Series Futa Secrets
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date February 17, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 18 Pages
ASIN B00TQE7FIG
Followed by Futa Secrets: Taming my Succubus Roommate's Demon Boss

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


Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus! is an eBook written by Ros Allaway. It is the first work in the Futa Secrets series by this author. In this work the character Lia is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus!
  • Author: Ros Allaway
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 18 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00TQE7FIG
  • Publishing Date: February 17, 2015


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Carly has been having interesting dreams about her roommate, Lia, for a few weeks. They're hot, sure, but some of the details are...weird. Carly's not too concerned though; subconscious sapphics are the least unusual secret in her life. Or Lia's, as it turns out. Both girls are hiding pretty big things...huge in some cases. It's only a matter of time before it all comes to light, the question is what will happen when it does.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on November 15, 2015


Carly has been living with Lia for sometime now, the pair living out their own lives in the big city. The thing is that Carly… she has a secret. As for Lia? She has one as well. Circumstances conspire to reveal everything and in the aftermath things have to change.

Since the title of the work clearly reveals there is a futa in this work, I’ll be clear and say that person is Carly, who it the focus of the story while Lia, she is the Succubus of the work. It’s actually an interesting thing to compare the two of them and see how they relate to each other a the story unfolds.

The work tells of Carly making it through her day, all of the moments that she goes through from her job through being at a coffee shop to attend a reading group. However, that gets cancelled and then Carly comes home early to find Lia, wings and all, having her way with someone on the floor of their apartment… and then the questions really start.

Before that happens, where Lia discovers that Carly has something that Lia dearly wants as a Succubus, the story seems to be a bit lost in getting to that point. There’s a lot to tell about Carly’s day, while takes up about half of the work and that, while telling about Carly, didn’t really seem to have any real point to it. It felt a lot like filler material to expand the erotica into a longer work. While it was interesting to know Carly better, the story just seemed to drag on quite a lot until, finally, the reveal of Lia being a Succubus appears.

While Lia has the appearance of a Succubus, wings, taking energy and sex from men, she doesn’t see herself as such. But it seems to be clear that she is a Succubus, and she does try to explain her needs to Carly as she can. Eventually this leads to Lia becoming intimate with Carly, something she’d been dreaming about. That then reveals that Carly is a futa, which pleases and thrills Lia and the erotic hot flash begins.

The erotica itself is a bit rushed I felt, though there seemed to be a light mind control touch to things as a whole. Carly does fall under Lia’s spell and in the end they both have what they desire. But again, once the climax comes, the story rapidly ends in a few paragraphs which leave a lot of questions about what happened exactly and what the future holds.

If this was the beginning of a story, I would say that it works well as a means to draw you into the story. But as this is, being a short hot flash with some context in the beginning, I didn’t feel it managed to be a complete story. More than anything the start of the work needs focus, for one thing, and the ending is a bit vague for my personal tastes.

Three out of five pitchforks.

I think there needs to be a clearer path from the start of the story to the reveal. Perhaps seeing things from Lia’s side would have made his work more interesting and complete overall. Certainly having more relationship to see would have appealed to me.


External Links