A Review of A Succubus Stole My Girl! by Haleigh Cookson Clark

A Succubus Stole My Girl! by Haleigh Cookson Clark

A Succubus Stole My Girl! by Haleigh Cookson Clark

Succubi are, most of the time, the ones that bring fantasies to life. Occasionally they appear and take control of things, turn things to their advantage and, occasionally, find themselves with a new pet to play with.

Sometimes that requires them to change someone’s attitude, if not take from them what they wanted. In doing so they can either be seductive or quite dominant in their actions. Which is better depends on whom they wrap their tail around of course…

  • Title: A Succubus Stole My Girl!
  • Author: Haleigh Cookson Clark
  • Length: 20 Pages
  • ASIN: B00QL3P9H4
  • Publishing Date: December 3, 2014
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells about:

Pretty blonde Carole is once again let down by her oafish boyfriend Bryan as he ruins yet another romantic night in. During their ensuing fight, a strange statuette left to him by his late grandmother breaks and reveals a supernaturally sexy surprise to the shocked couple, being an impossibly beautiful succubus eager for their young, hot flesh. The demoness decides to grant Bryan’s hidden desires of watching Carole with another woman by savagely taking his girlfriend in front of his very eyes, but little does the thick-headed man realize that this is one demonic cuckolding that his girlfriend might not come back from, having fully converted her to the forbidden ways of women.

Carole and her boyfriend Bryan get into yet another argument which results in Carole throwing a small wooden statuette, shattering it. A Succubus appears, dominates them both, and then makes Carole do her bidding while Bryan looks on helplessly in submission.

The work is a hot flash with the barest bit of story attached to it in order to make the main events of the story unfold. The erotica is harsh, slightly violent, and there is a very strong female dominant theme to it. There wasn’t much in the way of heat for me in the work as I didn’t care for the characters at all as a whole.

Neither Carole or Bryan is interesting, mainly they are thin characters with not much in the way of personality in them for the majority of the work. The Succubus has no name, is a very harsh and demanded Domme and in being so caused the heat in the story to fade away quite quickly. She’s more threat than seductive and that didn’t do much for me.

The majority of the work focuses on Carole submitting over time to the Succubus, obeying her commands and, eventually becoming the pet of the Succubus. As this happens, Bryan is made to watch what happens, then is denied being involved with either female character before being threatened into submission to the Succubus before being tossed aside. Throughout all of this the Succubus spends little time actually being a Succubus and more being a very harsh and uninteresting Domme who uses pain and threats to control those around her.

I expected something more from this work in many ways. I wanted the characters to be interesting, to have a story, to make me want to see what happens next. That didn’t really happen as each of them in their own ways were unlikable and it was difficult to remain involved in the story when there wasn’t much to hold my interest. As such there was little for me in this work, but for those that like a somewhat over the top Domme using others around her, you might find something her for you.

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

A good concept, but that was muted by a lack of heat, dislikable characters and a story that was all sex and very little story or plot.




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    • James on December 29, 2015 at 1:19 am

    Poor story, poor characters, not heat . . . I assume Your Majesty gave the thing one pitchfork for daring to use such dumb cover art, but how did it get the second one?

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    • TeraS on January 26, 2016 at 12:36 am

    A Christmas season gift is the only answer I have really…


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