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Lillian Possessed: The Awakening (eBook)
|Lillian Possessed: The Awakening|
Lillian Possessed: The Awakening eBook Cover, written by A.C. Lords
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||June 1, 2016|
|Followed by||Lillian Possessed: The Embrace|
Lillian Possessed: The Awakening is an eBook written by A.C. Lords. It is the first work in the Lillian Possessed series by this author. In this work the character Lillian is possessed by Xenia, who is a Succubus.
- Title: Lillian Possessed: The Awakening
- Author: A.C. Lords
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 13 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B01GGYKWOW
- Publishing Date: June 1, 2016
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When Lillian finds the strange old spell book in a shop downtown, she is unprepared for how much her life is about to change. Soon forces beyond her control have taken over, leaving her caught in a sexual storm of her own devising.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on June 3, 2016
Lillian comes into possession of a spell book and discovers that she has summoned an incubus. But the book isn’t the only thing that is going to be possessed and Lillian might not be ready for all that means.
There really isn’t a succubus that appears in this first work. There is an incubus, which is the focal point of the work but still there is the hint of some sort of direction to the story which does take some cute little turns here and there before ending at a point where something interesting happens, but doesn’t get further than the tease of it.
One of the cute moments is a rather familiar store which appears in some mind control and TG/TF stories. In fact there’s a rather long series of stories which has this shop as a focal point. I’ve always found it interesting how the exact change needed to buy something from the store is what the main character has. Bit of a trope, but a fun one really and the author puts a neat little spin on things.
But the story mainly focuses on Lillian casting a spell, summoning an incubus and then what happens after that is a series of short pieces of erotica that finally climaxes with the pair in the throws of passion. The erotica has some heat to it, but there was some over the top moments that made me shake my head slightly.
The work is mainly then setting up what seems to be the beginning of a series, but that’s unclear by the time the cliffhanger ending happens. All signs are that there will be a part two, but the author just left the story hanging at the point where the succubus herself, known as Xenia, makes herself known.
It’s a little disappointing as the work is short, having spent so much time setting things up in a really good way which makes Lillian an interesting character. The erotica doesn’t take away from that character development, and there is a lot of that going on. It’s just the ending, more than anything else, that left me flat and wanting. It might have been nice to tell a bit more story before stopping. Even better to add a little “more to come” at the end to say there is another work to come.
Three out of five pitchforks.
No real appearance of a succubus as yet, though the ending certainly promises that. Perhaps the author needs to be more clear if there is another part to come or not however. Still, there seems to be something interesting brewing and I hope that comes out in whatever appears next.