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Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Girlfriend (eBook)
|Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Girlfriend|
Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Girlfriend eBook Cover, written by Sinn Lee
|Series||Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus|
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||May 1, 2014|
|Preceded by||Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Best Friends|
|Followed by||Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Professor|
Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Girlfriend is an eBook written by Sinn Lee. It is the second 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: Girlfriend
- Author: Sinn Lee
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 19 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00K31UUGK
- Publishing Date: May 1, 2014
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Best Friends
- Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Professor
- Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus: Trilogy
Felix must confront the reality of becoming a girl and being possessed by a demon. Unfortunately for Felix, it’s difficult to find help in his friends, when one of them turns out to be a futanari succubus who has her own plans for his new feminine body.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on May 11, 2014
In Girlfriend, the story lays out Felix’s situation more clearly as Felix takes on the name Felicia at the prodding of the demoness inside of her… and her friend Olivia is revealed to be a Succubus, and their relationship changes as a result.
Olivia is quite a unique Succubus in several ways, not the least of which is her physical difference. What I found the most interesting is that, because of the world she is in, that what she is remains hidden but those that are possessed by a demon of some kind, like Felicia, can see her horns, if only ghostly. The scene of Felicia speaking for the demoness within her to Olivia is at times hilariously funny, but in that comes a lot of information about how things work in this universe that was well done.
Olivia is rather dominant, slightly scheming, but also tells of how she lives which brings up the topic of hypnosis and mind control over their classmates which, again, made perfect sense. She has a history, a goal, a reason for being where she is and that just adds to her character in many ways. It was also nice to see that in this universe, at least according to Olivia, Succubi do not kill to survive, though they are slightly oversexed. There is also an interesting comment made about two types of Succubi that I thought put an interesting twist on this universe.
With the urging of the demoness inside of her, Felicia submits to Olivia’s desires and there is a long and lovely hot scene between the two of them. It’s quite clear what Olivia wants and it is more clear as the scene unfolds that Felicia is becoming more aware and comfortable in her new body.
By the end of this work, plans are made to help Felicia, and in doing so help Olivia as well, but as well the demoness reveals what she wants and that could be a problem even if the demoness can help with the obvious one that arises.
It’s a nice bridging story which opens up the main characters to be more than simply the erotic moments that they have together. It answers some questions, but leaves some still unanswered which then leads nicely into the last part of this series.
Four out of five pitchforks.