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My Incubus Wants to Share (eBook)
|My Incubus Wants to Share|
My Incubus Wants to Share eBook Cover,
written by Sol Serano
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||November 26, 2014|
|Followed by||My Demanding Incubus|
My Incubus Wants to Share is an eBook written by Sol Serano. It is the first work in the Dark MMF series by this author. In this work the character Viktor is an Incubus.
- Title: My Incubus Wants to Share
- Author: Sol Serano
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 30 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00Q7W0172
- Publishing Date: November 26, 2014
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
Marly a spicy, red-haired, art gallery manager has discovered the area’s next great painter, and the love of her life, Kevin Laciter. He, the starving artist, leaves his lover Stephan behind to be only with Marly. She is his love, his muse, and with her he finds success only imagined. But Marly has a dark secret, a dark friend, an incubus with whom she shares everything, including her body. When she insists he go so she can pursue her relationship in peace, her incubus lays out the terms. She must share the love of her life with him, just one time, and he will go.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on March 27, 2015
Marly has a secret and it’s been with her for all of her life. An incubus, named Viktor, lives in her home and has been her protector, lover, and more over the years. Falling in love, she asks Viktor to leave and he agrees, but first he wants both Marly and her love. The first work sets up a lot of Marly’s history, her relationships, and that of her lover Kevin and his as well. There’s a good deal of time spent in the story telling about Marley’s thoughts, what she fears and worries over, and what her goals are. When Kevin appears, it’s clear that Marley is in love with him, professionally and personally, and that connection between the characters comes through quite clearly.
Things are complicated however by Viktor, an Incubus that Marley has had in her life for many years. In the same way that Marly needs Kevin, she needs Viktor as much, considering that Viktor has been the only one who has been able to satisfy her needs. It’s a rather complex relationship which is told and when Marly asks Viktor to leave her, things begin to go wrong. Viktor turns towards being stereotypical and that’s a shame really as before Marly’s request he seems to be in love with her. Hurt, and quite badly so, Viktor makes a demand of Marly, to share her with Kevin, and Kevin with Viktor. promising that afterwards Marly would be free.
There is a short bit of erotica, a hot flash, which does work, but seems less well done than the proceeding story that was told. It is a bit brutal in some ways, but in the story works well to bring the story towards its climax. When that arrives and the last line of this work appears, it’s clear that Viktor has other ideas and the series continues from that point onwards.
The writing, in a lot of ways, makes the erotica almost unnecessary for the point of the story isn’t so much in what Viktor does as it is what Marly does. As the focus is on Marly and what happens around her, that makes a good deal of sense. It’s a good start to the series and offers the promise of a story that’s more than just erotica.
I’m giving this work four out of five pitchforks.
A good start to the series with strong characters and a mystery that needs to unfold. In telling that story things become more complicated and in that happening, the work offers more.