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Lillian Possessed: The Embrace (eBook)
|Lillian Possessed: The Embrace|
Lillian Possessed: The Embrace eBook Cover, written by A.C. Lords
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||June 3, 2016|
|Preceded by||Lillian Possessed: The Awakening|
|Followed by||Lillian Possessed: The Exorcism|
Lillian Possessed: The Embrace is an eBook written by A.C. Lords. It is the second 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 Embrace
- Author: A.C. Lords
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 14 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B01GLT9IAG
- Publishing Date: June 3, 2016
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The Succubus Xenia begins to take control of Lillian, sending her on a series of sexual adventures that the woman is not ready for. Will Lillian adapt? Or fight?
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on June 24, 2016
Lillian’s life has becomes a lot more complicated since Xenia appeared. She can’t be ignored, can’t be refused, and if Lillian tries to, well then Xenia sees to it that she gets what she wants anyway. Succubi need sex, and Lillian will soon discover that it is never enough.
Lillian is, to be blunt, forced into a series of sexual encounters by Xenia, but overall Lillian is a passenger along for the ride and mostly has no control over what happens to her. The one thing that I really liked was at the very beginning of the story were Xenia has been slowly wearing down Lillian by talking about those around them, and then suddenly turns on her powers fully, catching Lillian off guard and starting her first encounter.
And that moment, more than anything, told more about Xenia’s character that all of the rest of the series combined. It was, for a fleeting moment, an indication that Xenia wasn’t likely to be the usual succubus in how she controlled things. I dearly wish more time had been spent in broadening out Xenia’s character than there was. She’s interesting, but we never learn much about her overall. That’s a real pity. There aren’t any transformations, there is no real appearance of Xenia herself either.
There is some story telling, which serves to link up the erotica quite well. But the chance to tell more about Xenia, what she wants, what drives her, never happens and it feels like a lost opportunity. The story focuses mainly on the erotica, which is told very well and has some very hot scenes. But the loss of telling a larger story about Lillian battling Xenia for control doesn’t really come out as it should.
Three and a half out of five pitchforks.
There is heat, there is some story, but really not nearly enough. Xenia isn’t a fully told character and that’s where things were missing for me at least. Erotica needs story to be fully realized, here the story seems to be missing something to make the characters more than being driven by sexual need.