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The Incubus Is A Billionaire: The Adventures of an Incubus (eBook)
|The Incubus Is A Billionaire: The Adventures of an Incubus|
The Incubus Is A Billionaire: The Adventures of an Incubus eBook Cover,
written by Gloria Thicke
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||December 1, 2014|
|Preceded by||The Incubus Does Cosplay: The Adventures of an Incubus|
|Followed by||The Incubus Plays Doctor: The Adventures of an Incubus|
The Incubus Is A Billionaire: The Adventures of an Incubus is an eBook written by Gloria Thicke. It is the third work in the Incubus, Inc. series by this author. In this work the characters Jordan and Damien are Incubi and the character Angela is a Succubus.
- Title: The Incubus Is A Billionaire: The Adventures of an Incubus
- Author: Gloria Thicke
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 22 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B00QH1KLK0
- Publishing Date: December 1, 2014
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- The Incubus On Campus: The Adventures of an Incubus
- The Incubus Does Cosplay: The Adventures of an Incubus
- The Incubus Plays Doctor: The Adventures of an Incubus
Jordan the Incubus is at it again! This time, he's an eccentric billionaire who gets helicoptered into Kat's life. She doesn't know whether to believe him or not when he tells her she looks just like Marilyn Monroe. But maybe she'll be a bit more convinced once she and Jordan take it to the corner office!
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on March 29, 2015
Jordan’s next assignment is to sweep Kat off her feet. Feeling a bit like a fish out of water, he manages to draw Kat to him and give her something wonderful. But with all of his successes there are problems brewing ahead for he and his world.
What’s most interesting in this work is that it is finally, clearly, said that the succubi and incubi of Incubus Inc. are not, at all, stereotypical. They are between heaven and hell, they believe in the joys they can bring to others and, more importantly, by doing so they make the lives of those they touch better. While this was suggested through the series, it was good to see this finally stated, clearly, as it explains a lot and sets up the fourth work in the series to come.
I wish that this had been more clearly said sooner in the series, if only fleetingly, as the detail that the work goes into about why Angela is in charge, the choices she made and more, they all set up a really dynamic concept and it’s one that I really do like a lot.
Again, as in the previous works, the work is divided into similar chapters which lead towards the erotica of the work and then the story continues afterwards. In doing so, again, there’s a lot of character development that happens with Jordan, Angela and Damien. There’s an interesting relationship triangle there and seeing that develop over the series kept me interested in the series.
It’s quite funny to watch as Jordan attempts to deal with his new reality, the trials and problems that it brings, but as well the impatience that he shows at times was hilarious. It adds a neat flavour to his character and through him the others as well.
When the erotica comes into play, it’s a nice little office sex scene with a little bit of a twist in it that I thought worked well. While it does read a bit like many of the other billionaire erotica works, it isn’t quite the same and I was glad to see that. If it had been that would be disappointing for how well this author wrote the other works in the series.
Written well, there wasn’t anything that took me out of the story, and as such it had a good voice to it. I was somewhat put off by the billionaire theme however and my dislike of that trope did colour my enjoyment of it. But that couldn’t overcome my love of the background of the succubi and incubi that I adored here.
I’ll give this work four out of five pitchforks.
So much story revealed, so much setting up for the stories to come. Really a solid work that opened the story up and offered much.