A Review of Womb of the Arachne: Vengeance Unbirthed by Nicola Weber

Womb of the Arachne: Vengeance Unbirthed by Nicola Weber

Womb of the Arachne: Vengeance Unbirthed by Nicola Weber

Succubi appear in many works as minor characters which makes for some odd appearances from time to time. They might not be the focus of the work, but they do add an interesting viewpoint which can be something unique.

  • Title: Womb of the Arachne: Vengeance Unbirthed
  • Author: Nicola Weber
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 101 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09HMSP2W2
  • Publishing Date: September 30, 2021
  • This work in Kindle Format at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

The dread Arachne Silvia is a monster girl with few equals, possessing the torso of a human and the lower body of an enormous spider. Fresh from having unbirthed the relic hunter Beatrice, she has never felt better; after all these long years she finally has a companion! But a question still troubles her. Does Beatrice love her for who she is, or does she simply view her as a means to achieve vengeance against those who harmed her former family? Uncertain, Silvia hatches a plan that she hopes will guarantee Beatrice’s affections, meeting a familiar face along the way…

Silvia is a monster girl in search of companionship. She hopes to have found all she desires in Beatrice, but questions remain and to find the answers will require a quest with, hopefully, the ending she desires to be.

The work is mainly a fantasy adventure with some rather unique characters with even more unique fetishes and erotica that creates something unexpected by the climax of the work.

Kel’anor, the succubus of the work, appears in a minor role, but she’s quite a lot of fun and turns out to be more than I expected she’d be from the beginning. It’s a shame she isn’t present in much of the work, but what there is of her I enjoyed.

It’s not a succubus story by any means, Kel’anor is a stopping point in the work and isn’t really there for very long. As something of a Dungeons and Dragons story mixed with some different fetishes that make for an interesting story as a whole. It’s just not really a succubus story at heart.

Three out of five pitchforks.

It’s an interesting story with a lot of world building and character development that I thought worked well. Perhaps Kel’anor night return in some future work by this author which would be nice to see.



    • avatar
    • N on January 28, 2022 at 8:45 pm

    Hey! Kel’anor is originally from the “Temptress Rising” trilogy by the same author where she features much more prominently if you enjoyed her character!

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    • TeraS on January 28, 2022 at 11:25 pm

    Thank you! I wasn’t aware of that work and I’ll have a read!


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    • N on January 29, 2022 at 6:53 am

    Thank you for reading! I’ve set it up so that the trilogy should be free starting tomorrow for the next five days if you don’t already own a copy!

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