A review of Insatiable by John Carter

I’ve noticed that some authors are posting very short stories on sites like Smashwords about Succubi and Incubi. Some of these are posted as free works to download and read which is nice because some of them, like this story, are more a short flash than an actual full length story to read…

Insatiable by John Carter

Insatiable by John Carter

It is described as being about:

Emily had had enough of men. Her sexual appetite had become more than any mortal man could handle, it seemed.

When Emily learns about the existence of Incubi, she decides to put her doubt of supernatural beings aside and give it a shot. The result is more than she could have ever expected.

The story begins with Emily, the main character of the work, in a library learning about how to summon a sex demon, or incubus, in order to “make up for all of the lousy lovers she has had.”

She finds information there in some books and, interestingly, in a computer. She returns home, casts the summoning, and a sex demon appears. It proceeds to make her dreams come true of wild, hot sex. But she pays a price for it in the end.

The story is, really, quite short. It’s what is called a “hot flash” in most erotica sites and if you are looking for a sex scene, then this work fulfills that well enough.

But if you are looking for character development, or story lines, or growth or something more than a quick piece of decently written erotica, then this isn’t what you are looking for.

Still it is free and if you want to have a look, click on the link and see what you think of it…

I’m giving it two pitchforks out of five.

Not long enough, not really interesting enough for me, and somehow I think that there could have been a lot more to this than we get in it…




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    • James on October 16, 2011 at 7:01 pm

    Sometimes, a good hot flash is just what a body needs . . . but a succubi is so much more than that.

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    • TeraS on November 18, 2011 at 1:14 pm



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