A Review of Succubus Sucked by Samantha Clemmons

Succubus Sucked by Samantha Clemmons

Succubus Sucked by Samantha Clemmons

Roleplaying can be a lot of fun, but that really depends on the story that sets the tone and how the players use it. Given a bit of thought and passion, there’s a lot to be found. A review then of a very short work, the second in a series, which acts as a kind of prompt for erotic roleplaying.

  • Title: Succubus Sucked
  • Author: Samantha Clemmons
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 4 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B097TV8WSK
  • Publishing Date: July 3, 2021
  • This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

What happens when an Alpha claims a Succubus as a mate?

A shifter awakes to find his succubus mate waiting for him, their passions and natures coming to the fore.

This work is best described as the opening to a larger story than anything else. It’s not a complete story, it doesn’t tell of the characters names, nor anything really about them other than one being a shifter and the other a succubus.

It does act as an opening, an idea and thought, to play upon. There is heat in the telling, which offers something like a very short hot flash. The work is told from the male’s perspective, which means the succubus really doesn’t do much other than give into their sexual needs.

While I understand from the author’s notes that this is supposed to be, more than anything else, an idea for couples to use in their roleplaying, I think there’s a bit more here. The author might be well served to use this opening as the beginning of a larger work and tell that story. How things end is interesting and it works well as a hook for more storytelling.

Being such a short work, there’s not a lot of character development or story beyond the encounter. Again that’s a shame, there’s something here that could be far better given a chance to be so.

Two and a half out of five pitchforks.

A thought, the whisperings of a muse more than anything else. Still it is interesting in the set up and the place it ends. It would be nice if it was more than it is.


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