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Leah: Succubus Fantasies 2 (eBook)
|Leah: Succubus Fantasies 2|
Leah: Succubus Fantasies 2 eBook Cover, written by Dark Ones
|Publisher||Dark Ones Publishing|
|Publication date||January 8, 2012|
Leah: Succubus Fantasies is an eBook written by Dark Ones. In this work, the main character of the story, Leah, is a Succubus.
- Title: Leah: Succubus Fantasies 2
- Author: Dark Ones
- Published By: Dark Ones Publishing
- Format: eBook
- Length: 10 Pages
- ASIN: B006V5GY8K
- ISBN: 9781301711529
- Publishing Date: January 8, 2012
Other Works in this series on SuccuWiki
Leah's obsession with sucking cock has lasted for several millennia, yet she has become a bit jaded when it comes to sex. It seems there is nothing new under the sun to keep her from being bored. A chance encounter with someone totally unexpected brings some of the joy back!
The following review was originaly published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on July 12th, 2013
This story was somewhat different from the first work in this series in two important ways. First, Leah, the Succubus of this story, had a history and we are told so very much about it. It has always struck me that a Succubus had to e involved with the Kama Sutra, and in this story, Luna is that Succubus. Secondly, while the point of this story is the sex, there is a lot of story wrapped around those moments which made this work more enjoyable to me.
The one thing that I didn’t really like was the kind of man that Leah prays upon. While it is a part of her character and it gives her a different personality and desire than Luna in the first book, the place she feeds in and the men she takes are… not what I personally enjoy reading.
Once the story gets past that part, it is the last man Leah meets that really interested me. It reveals a side of her that I didn’t expect she had within her. Within here is a a little sliver of mercy and kindness that I never thought she would possess.
While the overall story was better, the presentation of the story needs some polishing much like the first book does. The tense in the story shifts, the tone of the writing is uneven, and the transitions between moments are unclear sometimes.
Again, this is a book that puts more in the sex than the story and that isn’t what I look for. Three out of five pitchforks.
Longer please and more story and this would be something much better.