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Sadie the Succubus 1 (eBook)

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Sadie the Succubus 1
Sadie the Succubus 1 eBook Cover, written by Jenna Baker
Sadie the Succubus 1 eBook Cover,
written by Jenna Baker
Author(s) Jenna Baker
Series Sadie the Succubus
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date April 17, 2017
Media type eBook
Length 13 Pages

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

Sadie the Succubus 1 is an eBook written by Jenna Baker. It is the first work in the Sadie the Succubus series by this author. In this work the character Sadie is a Succubus.


  • Title: Sadie the Succubus 1
  • Author: Jenna Baker
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 13 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B071D4WZ5M
  • Publishing Date: April 17, 2017

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Plot Summary

Sadie is not your typical succubus. When she finds a girl that she likes, she has sex with her. That is a given. She also lets the girl live. Does a succubus really do that? To top it off, Sadie comes back for more. Follow Sadie on her sexual adventures.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on April 18, 2017

Sadie loves those she is with, and being a succubus means that she can be the one they desire the most. Three encounters bring pleasures, wants and needs fulfilled. Along the way, Sadie muses over the delights her callers bring.

The work is a series of three short erotic hot flashes in which Sadie encounters two women, fulfills their fantasies, and then moves onwards. The heat in each scene is wonderfully done, the little touches of Sadie conforming to desires I thought were well done as well. But each scene is, overall, a stand alone moment in time that doesn’t really connect with the moment before.

Similarly, there’s no overall plot, save for the encounters themselves, nor is there really much told about Sadie herself. There are hints about who she is, what she wants and believes in. But there’s nothing told deeply about her past and that was a bit disappointing. The book summary seemed to suggest there was, perhaps, a little more story than there is, and I really wish there was.

Sadie is interesting, but she’s not really in focus in the work. She shapes herself to the desires of the others she entwines with, but the real Sadie isn’t seen. We have her thoughts, a bare hint of her personality, but little more than that. The focus here is the erotic heat to the exclusion of everything else. That isn’t enough to make this work what it really should have been.

The title seems to suggest that this is the first work in a series, and as such there needed to be more time spent in introducing Sadie, telling more about her. Perhaps bookending the erotica with some character embellishment before and after would have made things far better.

There is heat, there is a character who could be really interesting, but things aren’t taken far enough. The work is too short, the erotica, while hot, feels a little rushed at times and once the moment is past the encounter ends too suddenly for my tastes. Expanding on the erotica, building more story around the heat and telling more about Sadie herself are the missing pieces here.

Two and a half out of five pitchforks.

There’s no connective story, plot or anything else between each of the encounters with Sadie, and that’s the disappointing thing here. It’s clear she isn’t a stereotypical succubus, but just saying that doesn’t explain why that is.

This work seems to be the first in an ongoing series, and if so. I hope the author will focus more on constructing a real story rather than only holding focus on the erotica. The heat is there, there is a character who has a story to tell. Now would be the time to tell that story.

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