A Review of The Demoness In My Bed 3 – Night Terror by Elliot Silvestri

The Demoness In My Bed 3 - Night Terror by Elliot Silvestri

The Demoness In My Bed 3 – Night Terror by Elliot Silvestri

The review of the third part in the Demoness In My Bed series by Elliot Silvestri today on the Tale. So far I’ve been rather disappointed overall. There’s supposed to be a succubus in the story, but she’s difficult to find.

Perhaps that’s the point, perhaps not, but in the end, if this is a succubus story, then shouldn’t she appear more?

  • Title: The Demoness In My Bed 3 – Night Terror
  • Author: Elliot Silvestri
  • Published By: Green Bush Publishing
  • Length: 49 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09C6FBQST
  • Publishing Date: September 10, 2021
  • This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

Meeza. Jenn. Emily and Meara. Matt. Hil. I was bedding far too many people. I should have been thrilled that I was banging more than a loose screen door in a hurricane, but all of the benefits of my one time encounter with Meeza were outweighed by how she haunted and hunted me every night in my dreams.
I was literally going crazy.

One man’s sexual needs are getting more and more out of hand, the limits unknown. Behind the scenes the succubus gloats and makes him dance to her tune.

Once more this work really seems not to be one about a succubus, but rather one characters’ sexual needs and that of those he encounters. It’s mostly tepid erotic heat, there’s really very little in the story that was appealing to me overall. That’s mainly in the seeming lack of connection between the characters, or their growth, other than the sexual one.

Meeza, the succubus of the work, appears for a handful of pages, does next to nothing in the story, save for some gloating and manipulations of the main character. She’s a shadow still, there’s nothing really told about her, and overall while she is a succubus, it’s more like she is a ghost.

Two pitchforks out of five.

Meeza still isn’t really part of the story and overall it’s still mainly not a succubus story. There seems to be one part left and I’ll hope that she fully comes back and takes this work in the direction I’ve been looking for. If not, then really Meeza will be a waste of a character and that will be really disappointing.

Tera

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