Sometimes a story suggests there is a succubus involved in some way within the tale being told. There’s evidence of them being on the edges of the story, they push the characters to act in some way or other.
The problem comes when the succubus doesn’t actually appear, doesn’t have a name and just is an idea and not much more.
- Title: The Warriors Of Rothenberg
- Author: Vivek Kumar
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 28 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B09735DKBV
- Publishing Date: June 10, 2021
- This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com
The work tells of:
Five Friends (four women and a man) are on a journey for eliminating Demon from Rothenberg. After fighting lots of demons they are about to end their journey by eliminating the last boss Demon (Succubus). But somehow they end up being trapped in a room, where a spell turns them into beasts filled with lust and aroused. Rough, bold, and raw. The Warriors Of Rothenberg unfolds the darkest fantasy of four women and a man. It’s a combination of sensational lesbian, female domination, and group lust.
A quest brings a group of adventurers to confront the biggest challenge they have ever faced. But the powers of a succubus are many and the unwary can be trapped by their own desires.
The work is a dungeon crawl which rapidly turns into a simmering piece of group erotica. There’s some character development and storytelling, but the focus is to draw the main characters into an orgy and see where that takes the story.
The book summary mentions a succubus, and really there isn’t one to speak of. Her presence is there, the effects she has on the characters are there, but there’s nothing to be seen of her. She’s a thought, an idea and not a lot more. There’s no idea of her name, what she looks like or anything else. That’s disappointing as she is supposed to be the big bad evil creature of the story.
The storytelling is well done, the characters are interesting and there is heat to be found. But there’s no succubus present and so the story isn’t really about the succubus so much as it is about the characters having their orgy and then the story comes to a close.
Two pitchforks out of five.
There’s only a hint of a succubus in this work, and really that’s only there to provide a means for the erotica that much of the story revolves around. I’m hoping there is a book to follow this one, that seems to be where this one ends and, perhaps, there will be a succubus making herself known.