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Maddie's First Taste
|Maddie's First Taste|
Maddie's First Taste eBook Cover, written by Anya Asarovna
Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||February 8, 2012|
|Preceded by||Maddie Cums Alive|
Maddie's First Taste is an eBook written by Anya Asarovna. It is the second work in the Demon Slut series by this author. In this work a Succubus is one of the main characters and possesses the main character of the series transforming her into a Succubus as well.
- Title: Maddie's First Taste
- Author: Anya Asarovna
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services & Smashwords
- Length: 17 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00777BHRO
- IBSN: 9781466192829
- Publishing Date: February 8, 2012
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
After Maddie's encounter with the succubus, she finds her body has changed. She's more buxom. Curvier. But the demon might have changed her in other ways, too. She can sense people around her being naughty. And it awakens a dark need in her that must be fulfilled. And then there's the little problem of that strange voice in her head that's probably not her own...
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on November 2, 2012
The story continues with Maddie waking up at home in the aftermath of what happened. The thing is, she’s different. And the woman she sees in the mirror reminds her of someone… The Succubus.
I’m not spoiling anything to say that, yes, Maddie is becoming or has become a Succubus and the larger problem is that inside of Maddie is that Succubus… and she’s hungry. But what makes this part of the series for me is Maddie’s descent into being a Succubus and discovering what has happened to her, how she’s changed, and what powers she has.
The moments when Maddie feeds are really well done with a nicely hot mix of Succubus need and human desire. Of course the story doesn’t end well for the person Maddie feeds on, but, that then leads into a cliffhanger that promises a lot… but we never see it. It’s been three quarters of a year since these two works were released and nothing has appeared since.
That really and truly is a shame because what happens in the second work sets up what could be an amazing storyline and I would love to see that. There is conflict, there is mystery, there are so many questions to be answered and… it just comes to an abrupt end.
But before that happens, the author writes scenes of Maddie’s powers affecting her that are erotic, that hint at other possible stories and events and they all add to the heat which I enjoyed very much. Maddie might not be the perfect Succubus, but the author writes almost the perfect Succubus seduction in this work that combined with what happens in the first book are some of the best that I have read in a long time…
Which makes the length, the abrupt ending, and the lack of a third work in the series, or more for that matter… disappointing.
Again, as much as I would want to give this a higher rating, I’ll give this work four pitchforks out of five…
The hot is better, the Succubus that Maddie has become is wonderfully interesting, and from what little we see I so wanted to see more… But again, too short, it ends on a cliffhanger and that really hurts a lot.
And at this point I have a small problem and it was the main reason why I didn’t review this series for so long…
It hasn’t continued.
The stories end on a cliff hanger and… that’s it. Which for me at least is a huge problem. The author has a really good story, a problem to solve, a Succubus that is still there to bother Maddie, a group that seems to be ready to do something, or was responsible for Maddie’s transformation.
All of this is wonderful for the creation of a hugely successful novel… And it just hasn’t moved since February 2012. I had hoped by this point in time the author would have continued the story, but it appears to be abandoned.
And to be honest? I can see so many places to take this series that it drives me around the bend.
So, should the author read this review… Finish the story!!!
Or send it to me, at least I’ll appreciate it for what it is… A really well done Succubus series that made me really quite happy to read…
Overall, four out of five pitchforks.
Too short, too much promise, not enough progress… But I can hope at least for more…