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Stick Shift (eBook)

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Stick Shift
Stick Shift eBook Cover, written by Zayna Noble
Stick Shift eBook Cover,
written by Zayna Noble
Author(s) Zayna Noble
Series James to Jamie
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Smashwords
Publication date October 13, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 21 Pages
ISBN 9781370063185
ASIN B016N0LN6A
Preceded by Trick Play
Followed by James to Jamie

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


Stick Shift is an eBook written by Zayna Noble. It is the third work in the James to Jamie series by this author. In this work the character Lala is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Stick Shift
  • Author: Zayna Noble
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services & Smashwords
  • Length: 21 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B016N0LN6A
  • ISBN: 9781370063185
  • Publishing Date: October 13, 2015


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

James has had about enough of Brandi's antics. It's one thing to see her prancing around, buying sexy new outfits at every store in the mall, but the thing that irks him the most is that he wishes he could be the one doing the prancing!

He returns to the potion shop with Brandi in tow. The potion shop sales-succubus Lala has a solution that she promises will make everyone happy. A combination of products that she lets Brandi and James try before they buy.

With no other way to salvage the situation, James becomes Jamie once more, though this time the transformation comes with something extra. A big, juicy something extra. With her new assets and a new frame of mind, Jamie sets to teaching Brandi which of the gender-swapped men wears the pants in their new relationship...


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on February 24, 2017


A story about needing, but that needing a succubus to make the need be true. Perhaps not in the way expected, but most definitely fulfilling a need. For isn’t that what succubi do? See into your needs, find a way to make them real? But what happens from there is your problem and the bill might be more than you expected it to be.

While this work has a succubus as one of the main characters, she isn’t what the story is about. It revolves around two characters desiring a transformation and Lala, the succubus of the work, is the one to make that possible. She’s a store keeper of dreams, wants and desires in a world where the supernatural is an everyday thing.

That part of the story really isn’t explored, it is simply taken as being normal and the work continues on from there. I loved Lala dearly for her bemusement, the suggestiveness of her expression and actions, but most of all I adored her making the other characters explore their hidden desires through the series.

There’s actually a good balance between erotica and story for the most part in the work, though when the erotica comes into play the story is pushed aside for a time. Eventually however the development of the characters comes back and they do develop, grow and discover who they are and what they desire.

I felt the author was more involved in the story when it wasn’t erotic than when it was. They seemed to want to tell a story, with a little erotica along the way. There’s some futa, some gender swapping, a little bit of mind control. The mixture works well for the characters within the erotica and without there are consequences to their actions, some of them quite permanent, which make events interesting.

Taken as a series, there’s enough time for character development, telling the story, exploring the characters in all of their forms. There’s even enough time for Lala to manage quite a lot of teasing, seduction and fun of her own. The single thing I think was missing came to the skimming over of the universe, how it came to be that having succubi being an “ordinary” thing happened. That should have been explained a little bit for the sake of completeness.

Interesting characters, a story which holds true to itself. The erotica in all of its forms plays well and I liked the work quite a lot. I just wish there was more detail about Lala beyond her being sexy, smart and seductive. A succubus is more than that and Lala does portray that well.

Three out of five pitchforks.

I liked Lala for her style, her bemusement and how she acted as a succubus as a whole. She wasn’t the central character in the story of course, but she made everything happen. I’d like a story about her alone, perhaps telling how she decided to get into the business she is in. I think that would be quite the story to tell.


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