A Review of Transformed and Bred by Abigail Pierce

Transformed and Bred by Abigail Pierce

Transformed and Bred by Abigail Pierce

Occasionally succubi appear as a means to drive a story forwards. They create something or transform someone in order to have something happen. Most of the time they tend to remain in the work in some manner.

They tease, sometimes they use a bit of mind control to have things happen or, more often, they get more involved to see what they want unfold.

And then there are the stories where they barely appear, leaving the smallest ripple in their wake and why they were there in the first place leads to only one answer… a mcguffin and nothing more.

  • Title: Transformed and Bred
  • Author: Abigail Pierce
  • Length: 22 Pages
  • ASIN: B011APB0C0
  • Publishing Date: July 8, 2015
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells the story of:

Jake, feeling unsatisfied with his sex-life, decides to summon a succubus to help him enjoy himself more. However, the demon transforms him to a cock-hungry sexy woman.

Jake finds a website that offers a means to summon a succubus. After doing so he finds that pleasing the succubus has meant she has given him a gift. Now it’s up to her to decide if she wants to keep it and what it means to her.

This work is mainly a gender transformation story which uses the idea of summoning a succubus, and then pleasing her, as the gateway to causing the main character to be transformed into a woman. As such, the work falls into the stereotypical plot of the main character discovering the changes, trying to figure out what to do next, and then he, now a she, turns “porn star” in her attitudes and desires which then takes her to having fun with her roommate.

The succubus herself does not appear in this work and by that I mean we never actually see her. The entire encounter Jake has his eyes closed as all we know is her voice, which is sexy of course, how good she is at sex, which she would be as a succubus and that’s all there is. In truth the same thing could have been done with any supernatural being, or device, or amulet or anything, to take the story where it goes to.

It’s mainly a trashy porn story with not all that much heat in it, little in the way of characters and a plot that doesn’t go anywhere or do much of anything. So far as being a succubus story, this isn’t one by any means. For gender transformation fans, it isn’t all that much either as it isn’t much of a story in that theme as well.

One pitchfork out of five.

Nothing really here, no succubus to speak of and as a whole nothing to call a story really…



1 comment

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    • James on February 17, 2016 at 8:53 pm

    But, by putting the word “succubus” in the story, the author got Your Majesty to notice it and mention it, along with giving it one more pitchfork than it probably deserves.

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