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Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Best Friends (eBook)
|Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Best Friends|
Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Best Friends eBook Cover, written by Sinn Lee
|Series||Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus|
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||May 1, 2014|
|Followed by||Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Girlfriend|
Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Best Friends is an eBook written by Sinn Lee. It is the first work in the Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus series by this author. In this work one of the main characters is a Succubus.
- Title: Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Best Friends
- Author: Sinn Lee
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 21 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00K31UV0U
- Publishing Date: May 1, 2014
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Girlfriend
- Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Professor
- Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Trilogy
Felix is studying to become a mage in a war-torn world filled with demons. When he receives a mysterious gift from his parents from overseas, he can’t help but test it out in the company of his best friend Charles. Felix and Charles’s relationship heats up in a steamy twist when Felix turns into a girl. Charles pressures Felix to be a good friend and let him touch, and more.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on May 11, 2014
In Best Friends, the series sets out the world that Felix lives in. It’s one of the most interesting concepts that I have read and, more to the point, it gives many places for the story to layer in questions about this world, about Felix, those around him, and the dangers that they face every day. Felix himself is a mix of different emotions and thoughts which comes out in the story as it unfolds.
The means in which Felix is transformed is a rather sneaky way of doing so, but it makes perfect sense in this universe and its situation. What happens after his transformation really doesn’t say good things about his so-called male friend, but it does allow for the story to move towards the real means and reason for Felix’s transformation into Felicia.
The transformation is done off the page and Felix is left to deal with her new gender, her situation, and finds herself involved with her friend. That involvement is both hot in what happens, but also cold in the aftermath of it, which considering the other character, wasn’t a surprise.
The demoness that is responsible for this was well played as she wasn’t stereotypical in how she spoke or the thoughts that she shared. I thought, at first, she was a Succubus for how she spoke and what she “suggested” as things unfolded, but the real Succubus appeared in the next book.
The work sets out the rules for the series, the situation and in doing so it wraps the erotica in a way so that it doesn’t feel out of place or awkward, even if it is for Felix at least. It makes for a good, well told opening chapter to the series and that’s always a good thing to see.
Three and a half out of five pitchforks.