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Monster Hunters: Slave to the Succubus (eBook)

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Monster Hunters: Slave to the Succubus
Monster Hunters: Slave to the Succubus eBook Cover, written by Lorelei Black
Monster Hunters: Slave to the Succubus eBook Cover, written by Lorelei Black
Author(s) Lorelei Black
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date February 28, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 9 Pages
ASIN B00BNH7CV4
Preceded by Monsterhunters: My Brother's Succubus

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).


Monster Hunters: Slave to the Succubus, is a variant work of Monsterhunters: My Brother's Succubus, which are eBooks written by Lorelei Black. It is the second or can be considered the third work in the Monsterhunters series by this author. In this work one of the main characters is a Succubus. The difference between this work and the original is that the main characters are no longer related as they were in the first work. Other than that one difference, and slight changes within the story itself as a result, the stories are identical.


Overview

  • Title: Monster Hunters: Slave to the Succubus
  • Author: Lorelei Black
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 9 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00BNH7CV4
  • Publishing Date: February 28, 2013


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Plot Summary

Tyler and Misty are monster hunters. They're investigating a string of murders, when Misty wakes up to find her partner fucking an unknown woman in their hotel room.

When she realizes the woman is a Succubus, a demon who lures men into bed and kills them, it's already too late and Misty is captured and forced to fuck Tyler.

This isn't exactly how Misty had imagined it, but she'll take what she can get...


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on [1]


This is, for the most part, kind of an origin story about a couple that are in the monster hunting business for lack of a better explanation. We learn a lot about their past, their relationship and then are thrust into one of their current cases which involves a lot of young men being killed and then being drained of their blood. And this leads them both to encounter a Succubus who takes advantage of Tyler before making Misty have sex with him. And in the aftermath, things are really a lot different than they were before the Succubus was involved in their lives.

It’s actually an interesting story in the beginning when the origin of the two are told, and it sets up some interesting possible themes and stories for the future. But then the story drifts into the heavy sexual tension between the two of them and that evolves towards Misty showing off herself to Tyler and he to her.

Once that’s past, then the Succubus appears, has her way with Tyler and, for the time she is there, she’s interesting in a few different ways. There is a bit of a hint of some kind of Egyptian background to her that we never learn anything about nor is it explained why she acts like a vampire and takes blood from her victims. So, I’m kind of split on her. She’s interesting, but a bit too monstrous for my tastes. She is also, extremely dominant in nature to the point where she abuses both of them in the room with her… and she appears for much too short a time.

Then comes a shift in how Tyler acts, and what he, for lack of a better description, demands from Misty. I have the thought that somehow the Succubus has changed both of their attitudes and possibly that explains what happens and that’s part of why I have problems with this work.

Both the Succubus, and for that matter Tyler and Misty really are very dominant and abusive in their natures. While that gives them personality, it makes it hard to want to read another book about them.

And I thought that’s what I found when I discovered the second title from this author, but I was so very wrong about that. They simply retitled the work as far as I can see and then published it in a way where someone that bought the first book would have to buy the second one as it seemed to be different.

Should there be another work in the series, I admit that I will think about buying it a good long time before I do so. That’s a shame because the author tells a good story even if the erotica is more violent and harsh than I personally like to read.

I’m giving this work one and a half out of five pitchforks.

Yes there is a Succubus in this story. Yes she has her way with both main characters to a point. But really the entire point of the story was to get brother and stepsister into bed together. The Succubus could have been taken out of the story and she would have never been missed.


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