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Maddie Cums Alive

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Maddie Cums Alive
Maddie Cums Alive eBook Cover, written by Anya Asarovna
Maddie Cums Alive eBook Cover, written by Anya Asarovna
Author(s) Anya Asarovna
Series Demon Slut
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date February 2, 2012
Media type eBook
Length 11 Pages
ISBN 9781465973306
Followed by Maddie's First Taste

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).

Maddie Cums Alive is an eBook written by Anya Asarovna. It is the first work in the Demon Slut series by this author. In this work a Succubus is one of the main characters and possesses the main character of the series transforming her into a Succubus as well.


  • Title: Maddie Cums Alive
  • Author: Anya Asarovna
  • Format: eBook
  • Publisher: Amazon Digital Services & Smashwords
  • Length: 11 Pages
  • ASIN: B007584FQA
  • ISBN: 9781465973306
  • Release Date: February 2, 2012

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Plot Summary

Maddie Barnes is a field agent for the Protectorate, defending mankind from things that go bump in the night. On a routine job she encounters a thing that not only goes bump, but also knows how to grind. And lick. And suck. And all manner of other unwholesome activities. It will take all of her training to overcome this evil Demon Slut.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on November 2, 2012

There is a lot that I like about this story. Of course the one thing that I don’t like is that it is, really, much too short which seems to be a curse of all of the Succubus stories that I have liked of late.

It’s interesting that the story is, almost entirely, an internal monologue that Maddie shares with us. The things she sees are written from the outside looking in, which I also liked. Maddie herself has quite a lot of background for such a short story. It is however a bit light on specifics which I think would have been nice to have in the story.

She talks about her training, but that is somewhat muted. She considers the orders she is given by her superiors, but then discards them as the Succubus takes her victim and Maddie acts as a voyeur for the reader. Maddie then has to make a choice and that choice places her on a path that she never could have imagined…

Which brings us to the Succubus of the story. She isn’t given a name, but she is a redhead, she is very sexy and what’s more interesting is that the story tells a lot about the powers she has to cloud and control the minds of her pray before she takes them. It is, of course, the taking that is so very hot, so very well written and most of all, gives her personality.

In truth, she has more personality than any of the others in the story, and that’s something amazing considering that she speaks very, very little. Save for, of course, one very specific word that takes Maddie over the edge and plummets her life into something completely new and unexpected.

It should be fairly obvious what that is, and Maddie’s transformation is only starting at the end of this story.. Which leads nicely into the next book of course.

The writing is very, very good and I liked that the author seemed to care about what they were writing about enough to give the story heat, but also make it a story. That’s hard to do sometimes in an eleven page work, but the author managed it well.

But it is too short. It bothers me that there is so much heat, so much action and promise to the story and then it is suddenly over, the aftermath is only hinted at and the story ends. I do understand that the purpose of doing this is to sell the next part of the story, but, this work falls into what I call the “$2.99 stroke story” problem. It’s hot, it’s good, but to pay $2.99 for something this short? I would have been happier to pay $5 for both stories together and feel like I got something for what I paid for it.

As such, as much as I would want to give this a higher rating, I’ll give this work four pitchforks out of five…

Hot scenes, a wonderfully evil Succubus and most of all, it leaves you wanting to read more. The only thing that I would have liked more would have been to see more of the history of Maddie and the Succubus herself.

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