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Soul Collector (eBook)

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Soul Collector
Soul Collector eBook Cover, written by Annie Oakfield
Soul Collector eBook Cover,
written by Annie Oakfield
Author(s) Annie Oakfield
Series Memoirs of a Male Succubus
Publisher Luminosity Publishing
Publication date August 11, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 54 Pages
Followed by Extra Credit

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

Soul Collector is an eBook written by Annie Oakfield. It is the first work in the Memoirs of a Male Succubus series by this author. In this work the character Samuel Driver is an Incubus, though describing himself as a Male Succubus.


  • Title: Soul Collector
  • Author: Annie Oakfield
  • Published By: Luminosity Publishing
  • Length: 54 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B013T6ASCG
  • Publishing Date: August 11, 2015

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Plot Summary

When a demon offers Samuel Driver a second chance at life, seducing both men and women, Sam doesn’t hesitate.

Samuel Driver had been a thug, a thief and a career criminal—until the moment he got killed. His violent escapades secured him a place in Hell, but his fighting spirit earned him a reprieve, and a chance to walk the Earth once again.

Contracted to become an Incubus—a seducer of women and reaper of their life forces—Sam did his best to fulfil his hellish contract, but after a string of failures, he faced a return to Hell and an eternity of suffering. But when he learned about double points—the unwritten rule that seducing men was more lucrative than seducing women—his prospects immediately brightened.

Armed with shape-shifting abilities, Sam quickly became a reaper of masculine energy and earned himself the unique title of Male Succubus, collector of souls.

Book Review

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