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Good Guys Deserve Bad Girls
|Good Guys Deserve Bad Girls|
Good Guys Deserve Bad Girls Original eBook Cover, written by AP Miller
|Publisher||Strict Publishing International|
|Publication date||October 3, 2010|
Good Guys Deserve Bad Girls is an eBook written by AP Miller. In this work the character Pathrusim is a Succubus.
- Title: Good Guys Deserve Bad Girls
- Author: AP Miller
- Published By: Strict Publishing International
- Length: 121 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B004EEOF7W
- IBSN: 9780857791207
- Publishing Date: October 3, 2010
You know what “they” say . . . . There are girls you don't take home to mother. There are girls you don't date on a serious basis. There are girls that are fun to be around, but that you never, ever consider for marriage. They're not nice girls. They're bad girls . . . and you should never fall in love with a bad girl.
Or so they say.
But if all that’s true, then what is it about bad girls that make good guys want them so very . . . badly?
Andrew is definitely a nice guy. He’s a hard-working, decent Christian fellow. Good with his hands, honest, honorable, and does the right thing by his family and his church.
Pathrusim is definitely a bad girl. About as unchristian as you can get, what with her being a demoness, straight from the pits of hell itself. She wants to wrap Andrew around her little finger, and enslave him for all eternity.
But what is it about Andrew that draws her to him? If she's such a bad girl, why does she want so badly to have a . . . nice guy?"
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on May 29, 2011
The story begins with Andrew going home after helping, as he always did, at the church he attends. Along the way he sees a woman being attacked by a pair of men and, as you would expect, he comes to her aid and rescues her.
This introduces us to Pathrusim, later in the story to be know as Patti to others she meets through Andrew, at first seems like any normal girl. That is mind you until Andrew takes her to his home and she… makes herself at home shall we say?
I thought that Pathrusim’s name was interesting. I didn’t look up the possible meanings of it until after I was finished reading the story. One of the more interesting ones has the meaning be: persuasion of ruin. Which when you think about it, does fit a Succubus well…
But not so much this particular one I think.
Pathrusim does in the beginning have the attitude of a stereotypical Succubus. She does try to tempt Andrew and exhibits all of the signs, powers, and desires of a Succubus. But even in the beginning of the story you can see that she isn’t really what she appears to be.
Which to me makes this story something that I loved.
There is a great deal of growth in both Andrew and Pathrusim through the story, and that I think counters the sex scenes that of course have to appear in a tale like this. But really it’s not so much about the sex in this story. It’s about the realization between two beings that what they need they have in each other if they are both willing to see it.
That however does make for moments where the friction between them is a bit much, and occasionally the forms that Pathrusim takes for Andrew did make me wince a bit.
The other character in the story that we see is the Reverend Aaron. A kind, caring, thoughtful man of the cloth who I think has the greatest role to play. To give faith to Aaron that the risk of caring about someone like Pathrusim is worth it in the end. And he also reminds me of one particular person that has taught me a few truths that matter. More than most will understand and know.
So the story has in it a lot of the moments and themes that I particularly like. There is love. The attempt at understanding it and making it grow. There is some strife, but it’s not the core of the story. There are erotic moments, but they are not what the entire story is about.
It’s a well written piece that has surprises, joy, and moments where you can’t help to either laugh or cry. But it is far too short a story. There could be so much more to be told about Andrew and Pathrusim. More about the world they live in, the beings that appear in it. But one thing bugs me about this work.
I don’t like it much when we are teased with something in the story and it doesn’t pay of later on. That one thing here is that we have a hint at one point that there are other Succubi looking at and wanting Andrew, but we don’t get anything more than a tease of them. Nothing of who they are or why they are interested in him when Pathrusim is with him already.
That bothers me because that means there are untold stories to go with them and that, to me at least, isn’t fair to them whoever they are…
I’m giving this four out of five pitchforks.
Lots of questions left behind, wish that there was another story afterwards to tell them, but it seems like there will never be…