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The Incubus On Campus: The Adventures of an Incubus (eBook)

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The Incubus On Campus: The Adventures of an Incubus
The Incubus On Campus: The Adventures of an Incubus eBook Cover, written by Gloria Thicke
The Incubus On Campus: The Adventures of an Incubus eBook Cover,
written by Gloria Thicke
Author(s) Gloria Thicke
Series Incubus, Inc.
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date November 1, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 24 Pages
ASIN B00P4QTZCO
Followed by The Incubus Does Cosplay: The Adventures of an Incubus

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


The Incubus On Campus: The Adventures of an Incubus is an eBook written by Gloria Thicke. It is the first 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.


Overview

  • Title: The Incubus On Campus: The Adventures of an Incubus
  • Author: Gloria Thicke
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 24 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00P4QTZCO
  • Publishing Date: November 1, 2014


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Plot Summary

Jordan is an Incubus. And you know what they do!

He's with Incubus, Inc., and they're there for ladies in need. Ladies like shy Molly, a BBW who doesn't know she's one, having endured a pretty awful fiasco with one boyfriend. Now she's lonely on campus, but that's about to change, now that the incubus is on campus!


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on March 29, 2015


Jordan is an incubus with a succubus for a boss. When Angela tells him that he is getting stale and forces him to change his ways, Jordan discovers that sometimes change is a good thing.

Really a fun start to the series as a whole. I liked Jordan, Angela and the other incubus that appeared, Damien, quite a lot. It’s a bit hard to figure out if they are actually “evil” or “stereotypical” at the beginning of the work because it really isn’t spoken of very much. However by the end of the work, and what gift that Jordan leaves for Molly, it seems clear that they do in their own way good and I liked that a lot.

All three, Jordan, Damien and Angela, have their true forms and then things take an interesting twist. They don’t simply shift into the person that the other wants… They sort of wrap themselves in the form on that person. I though that was a unique way to deal with shapeshifting and it’s one of the more unique methods that I have read in some time. They all have tails, horns, and red skin. I wasn’t too thrilled with sharp teeth, but that’s part of who they are and so it is here.

Being that the three of them are part of a “office” for lack of a better word, there a really amazing sense of a long term relationship between the three of them and along with that comes a lot of what seems to be office politics and that I just couldn’t help but laugh about when it happened.

There’s quite a lot of story and series set up which didn’t feel like an info dump. There’s a good deal of story between Molly and Jordan as well before the erotica appears in the work. When it does, it is a quick hot flash that works quite well, adds to the story as a whole and I liked that the story didn’t go too far over the top in the erotica. In not doing so it made the rest of the work matter and that was important for the series overall.

Given the length of the series, the first book needs to have focus, set up the main characters, and clearly explain how things are. In this work that was all laid out well in an enjoyable little tale that had a good deal of humour, fun, sass, and heat. A solid start to the series.

The one thing that I wish could have been told more was Angela’s position and what kind of past she has with Jordan and Damien. I think that would have added some depth to the characters and that would have been good.

I’ll give this work four out of five pitchforks.

A nice start to the series, good heat, interesting characters and there’s a solid story underpinning things. A good place to start and gave a lot of promise to things going forwards.


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