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Sorority Shenanigans (eBook)

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Sorority Shenanigans
Sorority Shenanigans eBook Cover, written by Monique Reyer
Sorority Shenanigans eBook Cover,
written by Monique Reyer
Author(s) Monique Reyer
Series Succubus Journals
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date April 22, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 30 Pages
Preceded by Partying with the Frat
Followed by Sorority Shaming

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

Sorority Shenanigans is an eBook written by Monique Reyer. It is the second work in the Succubus Journals series by this author. In this work the character Leisha is a Succubus.


  • Title: Sorority Shenanigans
  • Author: Monique Reyer
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 30 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00WL26M4S
  • Publishing Date: April 22, 2015

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

Hey there. Leisha here. You know, succubus, demoness from Hell, primal spirit of lust and sex? Yeah, that Leisha.

Here's a tip: if a guy asks you to coffee and he's related to the most powerful warlock alive, it's okay to say no, but it's okay to laugh in his face. Daisy didn't know that there was such a thing as warlocks, or that John's was related to one, but it doesn't matter; I've been instructed to ruin the reputations of Daisy and all the other people in her sorority, and destroy the sorority.

It really shouldn't be that hard because, hey, primal spirit of lust and sex, right? They're twenty-year-old college folks interested in exploring their sexuality. One of them's hot for tentacles (which I can totally do!) and another is rocking the desperately-wanting-to-be-a-lesbian-with-her-best-friend act. Yep, I can ruin these five easy-peasy, and I will have some screamingly awesome lesbo sex in the process. Plus, tentacles, woo-hoo!

The only problem is...I think I kinda like these kids.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on June 2, 2015

The summaries are told in the voice of the main character of the series, a succubus named Leisha who has one of the most odd personalities for a succubus that I have read in some time. Beyond that, some of her powers aren’t what are usually seen in succubi, and that makes her a unique character.

I liked her more when she was telling her story, pieces of her past, who summoned her and so on, more than when she was having her way with various students at a college campus. Some of the flashes are, to be honest, rather repetitive, rushed, and sometimes there isn’t much in the way of story to hold those parts of the series together.

Leisha isn’t stereotypically evil, not by any means, and there are several points in the series where she cares about others, what happens to them. She teaches lessons to some, gives others some needed boosts in their self-image and, most interesting of all, she doesn’t want to do others harm. She’d rather have fun, be fun, and enjoy sex for the sake of it than in doing something evil through sex.

There is a lot of internal monologue as Leisha learns about those she is sent to teach lessons to, how she relates to the one that summoned her, and, as well, one specific mortal that she has a particular like for. It makes her a much more interesting and better character and in being so makes the series that much better.

The problem comes through the dialog, which reads a bit odd, some of the actions taken by others in the work, which just makes them look foolish, stupid and most of all, stereotypes the male characters into thinking about sex for the most part and then takes the female characters and twists them in different ways before the series is done.

By the end of the series, there really isn’t anything in the way of a conclusion to speak of, there’s quite a few plots left unfinished, actions left to play out, and in some cases, the results of what Leisha did could lead to more problems. Still, none of this really is played out to the end.

The focus of the series is all of the erotica that revolves around Leisha of all kinds. Just about anything goes with her, and usually does. But having most of the series being focused on that, the short moments when some character development begins, some questions are answered, isn’t told as well as if could be in the rush to get to the next piece of erotica.

The series could do with some editing, there are a number of word errors and some dialog just sounds wrong. A bit more focus on Leisha herself, to tell more of her story, where she came from, why she is there, and so on would have made this a lot more enjoyable for me.

I’ll give the series as a whole three out of five pitchforks.

There’s promise in Leisha to be sure. The problem is that being drowned by the erotica. A better balance, a little more care and some focus would have made this series more than it came to be.

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