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Victor: Incubus Fantasies
|Victor: Incubus Fantasies|
Victor: Incubus Fantasies eBook Cover, written by Dark Ones
|Publisher||Dark Ones Publishing|
|Publication date||January 10, 2012|
Victor: Incubus Fantasies is an eBook written by Dark Ones. In this work, the main character of the story, Victor, is an Incubus.
- Title: Victor: Incubus Fantasies
- Author: Dark Ones
- Published By: Dark Ones Publishing
- Format: eBook
- Length: 10 Pages
- ASIN: B006W34FK0
- Publishing Date: January 10, 2012
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Victor is an Incubus, and he is subject to the same driven desire as the Succubi. Once a month he is driven to take the essence of mortal men, mixing it with the sperm generated by his own body. He then seeks a mortal woman to impregnate. Between his missions he has come to seek a bit of privacy from the greedy hands and mouths of the beautiful mortal women he has mated with. Will a damsel in distress be the woman he finally longs for? A woman who can hold his attentions with her own special feminine power?
The following review was originaly published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on July 12th, 2013
The final work in this series. Victor is an Incubus, very handsome of course, he is an Incubus. The opening of the story tells of his wotld, his purpose, and some of the problems that being an Incubus brings him. The most difficult being that any human woman that he spends too much time with can become his slave.
He is attracted to Jan, a waitress at a restaurant that he goes to regularly, and through the course of this story he goes back to her place and the two of them wind up in each other’s arms. Jan is plain and is shocked by this as all of the other younger waitresses have been throwing themselves at and he just ignored them all.
Victor has no horns or tail like the Succubi in the earlier stories. He does have powers like their in that he can use mind control and other means to have what he desires. What makes this story different than the other works in this series is that Victor cares about Jen which isn’t really what is seen in the other stories if at all. It is a more complete story as well. There is background to both of them, there is a point to the story, a path through it, and at the end a closure that made sense and allowed for more if the author ever continued the story series.
There are still writing issues however. One of the most odd is when Victor and Jen are confronted by a gang and then run away. What’s odd is that the story continues and then we move back to the gang for two sentences before returning to Victor and Jan once more.
I don’t believe that added anything to the story. As well, the writing style again is very rough and in the end I have to wonder if any of these stories had a editor take a pass over them all.
Three and a half pitchforks out of five.
It is the best of the three works, it isn’t perfect but it moved a lot closer to being so.