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Post Secondary Succubus Collection (eBook)

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Post Secondary Succubus Collection
Post Secondary Succubus Collection eBook Cover, written by Lacey Layton
Post Secondary Succubus Collection eBook Cover, written by Lacey Layton
Author(s) Lacey Layton
Series Post Secondary Succubus
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date November 25, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 203 Pages
ISBN 9781311013316
Preceded by Post Secondary Succubus: Graduation

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

Post Secondary Succubus Collection is an eBook written by Lacey Layton. It is a collection of all of the works in the Post Secondary Succubus series by this author. In this work the character Kaylee is a Succubus.


  • Title: Post Secondary Succubus Collection
  • Author: Lacey Layton
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services & Smashwords
  • Length: 203 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9781311013316
  • Publishing Date: November 25, 2014

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

Kaylee knows she is different from other women. She is a Succubus, with a power that scares her. She keeps men at bay, fearful of what she would do to them. Now she thinks she faces the greatest challenge of all: University.

Life has far more interesting challenge for Kaylee. She will experience great joy with the first men she feels comfortable sharing her secret. She will also meet others like her. Kaylee will learn the dark side of who she is, and the temptation to embrace that darkness. She will suffer loss, and will seek revenge on a killer who has the same power. And then there are those that wish to have her power.

Most of all, Kaylee will have to embrace who she is, find strength in who she is and trust her heart. Being a Succubus is not an easy life, but Kaylee is determined to make the most of her life.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on October 28, 2014

For the series as a whole I’ll give four out of five pitchforks.

Kaylee wasn’t the overall problem with the series. She’s interesting, I like her development as the series went on, even with the glaring mistakes she made throughout the series. The main problem with the work was some of the supporting cast just rubbed me the wrong way, they didn’t learn much of anything and at the end, when they seemed to, that was sort of tossed to the side in a way that didn’t work for me. As well, the final work in the series introduced a threat to Kaylee that just came out of left field and didn’t seem to connect to the rest of the series as a whole.

The erotica is very hot, there’s no doubt of that, the characters are unique and memorable, even the ones you just can’t really like. The story as a whole has a good coming of age vibe to it that I think works well. It’s just the little things in the story that keep getting in the way of my liking it more than I do and that really bothers me.

I think if the middle part of the work had been handled better in what Kaylee did as a Domme, if the latter part of the trilogy had more of a connection to previous events that would have helped too. But overall my concerns are really minor ones that don’t take away from the series as a whole too much and if there is a “after this” for Kaylee I hope that shows her becoming more than the world and some of those around her expect her to be.

Because, in truth, that’s really when you learn the lessons of life.

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