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The Incubus Club 2 (eBook)
|The Incubus Club 2|
The Incubus Club 2 eBook Cover,
written by Cora Blanchett
|Series||The Incubus Club|
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||November 24, 2014|
|Preceded by||The Incubus Club 1|
The Incubus Club 2 is an eBook written by Cora Blanchett. It is the second work in the Incubus Club series by this author. In this work the characters Jorge and Caelum are Incubi and another is a Succubus.
- Title: The Incubus Club 2
- Author: Cora Blanchett
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 19 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00Q57MB3Q
- Publishing Date: November 24, 2014
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Olivia has just discovered that her boss, and long-time crush, has been summoning a succubus—a succubus that looks just like her. What does this mean? Does he have a crush on her, too? Has he been going behind her back, with this succubus, without Olivia's knowledge?
When Olivia decides to take a stress day, things get steamy when she summons her own demon for answers.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on December 4, 2015
Liv goes back to her office and finds out that she can see the Incubus that her co-worker had summoned. She also finds out that her boss has a Succubus that looks exactly like her. Not being able to handle things, Liv goes home to her Incubus and tries to cope. But coping takes many different forms.
In this work we find out that Liv’s Incubus is named Caelum, her co-worker’s Incubus is named Jorge as well. But we don’t find out the name of the Succubus that her boss summoned that looks like her. Liv also finds out that she can now see the Incubi and Succubi around her, they can see her as well and then things get more complicated.
The main thing about this book is that the theme is consequences. Liv’s summoning of Caelum has a cost to her, the summoning of a Succubus by her boss has another one. The same is true of her co-worker. In all of this going around and summoning sex demons, the things that each of them want is taken away because of their actions.
Because Liv summoned Caelum, she’s not able to deal with her boss. Because her boss summoned a Succubus, he’s unable to make amends with Liv. It’s clear that they want each other, and badly, but there is something between them that neither can really get past because in each case, they are being interfered with.
There is a lot of self-recrimination that both of the main characters need to deal with, but they really don’t. In Liv’s case she runs off, pouts for a while, then goes back to Caelum. Even when her boss appears and wants to talk to her about it, she pushes him away, has sex with Caelum, gives him a name, and then… the story ends.
It’s a bit disappointing because the start of this work really sets up something unique and interesting but doesn’t try to find a solution to the problems. The path is towards another hot session of sex of Liv, but with the twist of Liv wanting to see Caelum’s real form. That in itself I liked because he wasn’t stereotypically evil in appearance, though there are hints of something else about him however.
Really nothing is said about the Succubus in this work, other than she looks like Liv, but sexier. Otherwise her name isn’t told and it’s only a fleeting glimpse of her. I really wanted to know more about her when she appeared, and I would have been happy with a cut scene between the Succubus and Liv’s boss that explains why he summoned her, gave her name, made her more than just appearing for the shock value.
The erotica is just as hot as in the first work, the story itself is every bit as good, but the story doesn’t really resolve anything and that’s the real problem here as there never was a part three to the series. The work ended on a cliffhanger for all of the characters, everything in a mess, and the future uncertain.
I wish there would have been a part three to tie things up or continue the story, but it didn’t happens and that’s more the shame. The series started out amazingly, seemed to have a lot of promise and then… stopped.
I’ll give this work four of out five pitchforks.
I still hope for a continuation, really the series needs this for all of the promise and perhaps, someday that will happen. I can hope for that at least…