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Breeding A Demon: Seduced by a Succubus (eBook)
|Breeding A Demon:|
Seduced by a Succubus
Breeding A Demon:
Seduced by a Succubus eBook Cover,
written by Georas Sphinx
|Series||The Future of Magic|
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||November 17, 2017|
|Followed by||The Mermaid's Lair: To Bed a Mermaid|
Breeding A Demon: Seduced by a Succubus is an eBook written by Georas Sphinx. It is the first work in the Future of Magic series by this author. In this work the character Vivian is a Succubus.
- Title: Breeding A Demon: Seduced by a Succubus
- Author: Georas Sphinx
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 16 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B077KPQ1ZL
- Publishing Date: November 17, 2017
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
- The Mermaid's Lair: To Bed a Mermaid
- The Vore's Hunt: Submission in Siberia
- Lesbian Love in New Orleans: Voodoo and Vampires
- To Breed Magic: An Erotic Anthology
Unimpressed with life Jack gets seduced by a Succubus for a very special purpose. To breed the life back into magical creature folk. Will Jack sex up the fantasy creatures? Or will the Succubus fail in her bid to get Jack to impregnate not just her but all the other creatures and save the entire magic race?
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on November 17, 2017
Jack’s life isn’t exactly the happiest, or most inspiring. Seeing a redhead across a bar, and gaining some liquid courage, he meets Vivian, a succubus who wants something from him. But is what she wants and what Jack needs the same thing, or is it the opening to all of Jack’s dreams and nightmares?
The work focuses on the main character Jack, who overall is at times difficult to like overall. That’s mainly to his attitude at times and the internal monologue that reads somewhat two-dimensional at many points. His personality and character really doesn’t come to the fore until he meets Vivian and the story begins to move onwards.
Vivan, the succubus of the work, I thought was interesting, not being all that much a stereotypical succubus by any means. Her focus is on a lovely seduction and temptation which Jack falls into. It works really well and in being so there’s a good deal of heat. It’s not overly erotic, nor does it overcome the story either. There’s a reasonably good balance between Vivan’s succubus powers and her delight in drawing Jack to her.
While the characters slowly gain traction and the story becomes more involved, there’s a real lack of time spent in delving into an overarching plot. There’s a hint of it, but that is in passing and it’s soon pushed aside for the next sexual encounter between Jack and Vivian. The story, erotically, pushes on beyond that, but as more characters appear, they are present for the sexual aspects and not for their character, which I thought was a shame.
The work is short, feeling rushed at many points. At several points the story read as if a section was missing. Similarly, the length didn’t allow for the plot to really be explained, the characters to tell something more about themselves. There’s an attempt to do so, but it’s lacking.
The work needs another editing pass to correct the numerous spelling and misused words as well as the occasional narrative that doesn’t go anywhere. There’s story to be told, Vivian I do like a lot as a succubus. Telling more of her story needs to happen in the next part of the series at least and beyond that, revealing the overall plot would add a lot as well.
Two and a half out of five pitchforks.
There is promise here, it just needs to get out from under the erotica and through the circular moments the characters go through. Perhaps that will happen, I hope it will because the why of things is what I’m interested in.