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Insatiable: An Erotica Tale of Succubus Horror (eBook)
An Erotica Tale of Succubus Horror
Insatiable: An Erotica Tale of Succubus Horror eBook Cover, written by Jillian Rose
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||August 29, 2019|
|Followed by||Of Lust and Lilith: An Erotic Tale of Succubus Horror|
Insatiable: An Erotica Tale of Succubus Horror is an eBook written by Jillian Rose. In this work the character Elenaria is a Succubus.
- Title: Insatiable: An Erotica Tale of Succubus Horror
- Author: Jillian Rose
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 42 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B07X4HZF58
- Publishing Date: August 29, 2019
Charles Laduex is one pitiful, lonely human being. A recovering alcoholic and still obsessing over his one and only girlfriend from high school, he constantly crawls through the depraved depths of the dark web to scratch his ever evolving pornographic itch, trying to fill his sexually deprived void. One night however, he stumbles upon a website that stands out from the snuff films, home made gore tapes and other abhorrent spectacles. A website, seemingly from the early pioneering days of the internet, where a woman who calls herself Elenaria advertises her services, "Making your most depraved desires come true. A reality bending escort who can show up anywhere, any time".
Charles makes the mistake of clicking the CONTACT button on this seemingly benign website, which initiates a string of events that will lead him down a road of sexual excess, agony and madness. Soon he gets everything he's ever wanted from the female flesh and then some as Elenaria enters his life, coming to him in his dreams, forcing him to experience hyper-realistic sexual episodes, which take a real physical toll on his body. Each visitation shows her demonstrating horrifying, out of this world abilities that leave Charles in a state of simultaneous ecstasy and agony.
Will he survive Elenaria the succubus, and her insatiable appetite?
At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.