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Seducing My Incubus (eBook)

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Seducing My Incubus
Seducing My Incubus eBook Cover, written by Sol Serano
Seducing My Incubus eBook Cover,
written by Sol Serano
Author(s) Sol Serano
Series Dark MMF
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date January 14, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 27 Pages
Preceded by My Demanding Incubus

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

Seducing My Incubus is an eBook written by Sol Serano. It is the third work in the Dark MMF series by this author. In this work the character Viktor is an Incubus.


  • Title: Seducing My Incubus
  • Author: Sol Serano
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 27 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00S93LKQS
  • Publishing Date: January 14, 2015

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Plot Summary

In this, the third in the Dark MMF Series, finds Marly crushed, spent and defeated. Her incubus, Viktor, has become too strong for her to control. The more she gives, the more he takes. After collecting herself after the disastrous encounter with Bryan, Marly makes the discovery that she in fact has the power to seduce her incubus. In this super hot tale, Kevin joins Marly and together they reach an understanding with Viktor that will fix everything forever.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on March 27, 2015

Marly comes to the end of her rope as Viktor’s powers over her seem to be almost complete. He is no longer the caring creature he was, now demanding and dominating over her. Breaking free and running to Kevin, she realizes what she needs to do and with Kevin’s help she might just have Viktor returned to his place once more if they can us Viktor’s needs against him.

In this last part of the series, Marly goes from the depths of despair towards being back in control of her life and in doing so she comes to realize several important things. One is that she loves Kevin dearly of course, but the other is that to have power over someone isn’t simple and to gain that power back takes understanding of why that power exists and how to use it.

The story is a bit of a roller-coaster as Marly finally figures out what she must do in order to bring Viktor to heel and to put him in his place once more. There are some nicely hot scenes of Marly discovering that control and using it to gain the upper hand in the relationship. The same can be said, in some ways, in how finding her power once more also effects her relationship with Kevin. Marly changes, changing into someone that’s slightly different from the beginning of the story.

I didn’t care all that much for Marly at the beginning of the series but in this work she becomes a lot more attractive personality-wise. In doing so she also changes her own being and that’s an interesting transformation to see unfold.

Kevin is a stronger presence in this work and that helps a lot because not being in the story leaves a hole in Marly that is quite apparent. When Marly figures that out, then their relationship is stronger, the story is better and I felt that the tone changed too.

Viktor is both the aggressor and the victim in this last part of the series, but it’s hard to feel anything for him considering how drunk on power he was in the second work and how that continues in the third until Marly figures things out. Past that point, and more so towards the ending, Viktor is a sad, lost creature who has echoes of what Marly had been through. While somewhat justified, the ending was a bit sad as a whole and made me wonder why things went the way they did.

If felt as if Viktor didn’t really think when he became stronger, losing himself in the power he had and in doing so only served to make things worse for everyone, especially himself. It was a shame as while Marly and Kevin’s characters developed, Viktor wound up at the beginning. I expected something more, but didn’t see that.

Again the work is written well, tells a strong story and has a very good erotic hot flash in it. But again there’s a lot of Viktor’s background left untold, the implications of what happens in this work are not carried onwards after the erotica is past and the short aftermath is told. It ends on a point where there could be another work in the series to take things a little further. I’m not sure if that would help or hinder things, but leaving things where they ended. for me. was a bit disappointing.

I’ll give this work three and a half out of five pitchforks.

The series as a whole does tell a very good and strong story which I liked overall. There are a lot of questions about Viktor that are never answered, some of which I think would have made for some interesting reveals about Marly herself. In spite of that missing fragment of the series, it’s a strong piece of writing with a bit of erotica to make it better.

For the series as a whole, I’ll give it three and a half out of five pitchforks.

The series starts well and has a good promise but it stumbles through the second work and in the third the series ends too abruptly. More character development, a shade more background to all of the characters and a bit more focus on story would, I think, made this work stronger as a whole.

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