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Gasping For Ghosts (eBook)
|Gasping For Ghosts|
Gasping For Ghosts eBook Cover,
written by Juno North
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||November 23, 2015|
Gasping For Ghosts is an eBook written by Juno North. In this work one of the characters is an Incubus.
- Title: Gasping For Ghosts
- Author: Juno North
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 23 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B018GX16BY
- Publishing Date: November 23, 2015
Ashley’s awoken some unexpected spirits…
Ghost hunting on a stormy night. What could go wrong? But Ashley finds more chills and thrills than she expected when she stumbles onto some very horny ghosts. These spiritual ladies are bored—and Ashley is exactly what they want. The afterlife is long, and they and the resident incubus can have a great deal of fun with one pretty mortal that’s stumbled into their home…
Ashley's never had a field experience before that includes stripping, licking and filling...
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on November 15, 2016
Ashley goes hunting for the supernatural and she finds they are quite the horny things. Three temptations tease her before an Incubus comes to take her too. It isn’t a dream, but will she ever awaken from the seduction and then the dominance?
The work mainly focuses upon the erotica, that being Ashley encountering three female ghost-like beings, and then shortly thereafter, also an Incubus. However, there’s actually quite a lot of story telling and character creation at the beginning of the work and I think that added a lot to things as a whole. Ashley has a life, a purpose, and even some of the other characters rub her the wrong way.
When the erotica begins, it is actually quite sneaky in how it creeps up on Ashley and that worked to bring anticipation to the story, a bit of fear to Ashley and I rather enjoyed that. The work tends to be more focused on the erotica, but even so that isn’t silly or over the top in how things are told. There’s a nice “reality” to the scenes and I enjoyed that.
The three female ghosts are a question however in that their actions seem to be, as a whole, more succubus-like than ghosts. However who they are and what they really are isn’t resolved. It’s a shame really because they are more present than Ashley at times even if they are invisible for the most part. They could well be succubi, but that isn’t revealed before the incubus of the work appears.
The overall story spends most of the time with Ashley and her three “ghosts” teasing her, playing with her and it makes for a lovely hot flash of erotica. In comparison, when the Incubus appears the heat is somewhat muted. The story moves from seduction to dominance and in doing so the loss of the seduction is quite clear. When this happens, the heat begins to ebb away as there just doesn’t seem to be a connection between Ashley and the incubus.
While the preceding scene was long and hot, the second scene is quick and to the point before it ends, the incubus vanishes and then some surprises await Ashley. The telling of what has been happening, what Ashley is offered is rather unique and I wanted to see that play out further.
The ending however is rushed, too short for all that came before and being so was disappointing. While the abruptness was one issue, the other is that the ending is a bit unclear as to what exactly happened afterwards. Ashley is asked a question, but doesn’t answer, and yet the ending seems to suggest that she might have. It’s confusing to a point and I think it didn’t need to be.
A longer ending, even if that was only for Ashley to express herself, remember what happened, or reveal the true ending would have been a good way to end things. As it is, the heat is still in the story, but the ending dampens that somewhat.
Three and a half out of five pitchforks.
A hot flash of erotica with a good bit of story to tie everything together. A bit more clarity on the three ghosts, who I think are Succubi, but that’s my view of things, would have helped as making the ending less of a rush and more substantial.