A Review of The Succubus’ Submissive by Janet Graceland

The Succubus' Submissive by Janet Graceland

The Succubus’ Submissive by Janet Graceland

Gender transformations happen quite a lot in succubi stories. But at the same time there are other types of transformations that can, and do, appear. The thing is, transformation for the sake of it doesn’t really tell a good story. It’s when the transformation leads into something more that I think it’s interesting.

Still, transformation alone needs to lead towards something more story wise. Perhaps giving the main character a new purpose is a start, but more so when the character who drives the story onwards is given something in return they didn’t expect.

  • Title: The Succubus’ Submissive
  • Author: Janet Graceland
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 25 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09BNNK8JH
  • Publishing Date: August 1, 2021
  • This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

Twenty-one-year-old Samuel is in need of a job. With only a month’s worth of rent in his bank account remaining, he needs to discover a solution fast. When he sees an advertisement for help wanted at Club Fallen, a night club that hosts the city’s wealthiest clients, he jumps at the opportunity.
He then meets Rehl, the owner of Club Fallen, who he soon learns is a succubus who desires to help those in need with a twist of her own. Bringing to life Samuel’s darkest desires, Rehl transforms him into Seraphina, a bubbly bimbo who is eager to please her mistress.
With this new identity and personality, Samuel discovers that he is excited to discover the limits of his new body. Under Rehl’s guidance, he participates in a series of whacky and wild adventures of lustful cravings.

Samuel is at the end of his rope, but an offer of a new job leads to something he has always wanted. Being the submissive to a succubus is a delight and Seraphina does want to please her mistress after all.

The work is mainly a story about various transformations which Samuel goes through at the whims of Rehl, the succubus of the story. The main one being a gender transformation into becoming Seraphina upon which the story then revolves around. There’s a bit of erotica on the edges of the work, but overall it’s the various transformations which Seraphina experiences that drive the story.

The succubus of the work, Rehl, is described as being the last succubus in existence, but why that is really isn’t gone into too deeply. She is however a wonderful character, not at all stereotypical and her views are quite telling about her. There’s a lovely playfulness in her character which meshes well with Seraphina and creates a relationship that I enjoyed seeing unfold.

There’s really not enough story about Rehl, especially in that she is called the last succubus. It would have been nice to know that background, to see how Rehl made the decisions she did to be something more than what is expected of succubi. Otherwise there a lot to like in this story, it’s just the missing bit about Rehl that I think would have been nice to know.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

An interesting story of various transformations, I just would have liked more about Rehl, her past, and how things came to be.

Tera

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