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The Bra Identity (eBook)

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The Bra Identity
The Bra Identity eBook Cover, written by Zayna Noble
The Bra Identity eBook Cover,
written by Zayna Noble
Author(s) Zayna Noble
Series Pretty Package
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date January 12, 2017
Media type eBook
Length 31 Pages
ASIN B01NASQHHX
Preceded by The Job Swimsuits Her
Followed by Lingerie Threeway

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


The Bra Identity is an eBook written by Zayna Noble. It is the second work in the Pretty Package series by this author. In this work the character Derora is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Bra Identity
  • Author: Zayna Noble
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 31 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01NASQHHX
  • Publishing Date: January 12, 2017


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Mike had an incredible experience becoming a curvy brunette for Spring Break. Now it's time to return the red bikini to its owner, the enterprising succubus named Derora. After all, no magical vacation in the body of a hottie is without cost.

The price is simple: Mike will need to infiltrate a club reserved for supernatural beings and convince a gargoyle to hand over a set of secret files. There's a catch, however. The club doesn't allow human men to enter!

Instead of changing Mike into a werewolf or minotaur, Derora has him put on skimpy negligee that transforms him into exactly the kind of woman that the gargoyle prefers: a busty blonde bombshell!

Dolled up and transported to the club, can the newly transformed 'Mikayla' seduce the giant stone creature to hand over the documents? He is, after all, a stubborn and tireless beast...


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on January 15, 2017


It’s time for Mike to pay the piper, or more accurately, do Derora a favour. But that involves another transformation, this time into a curvy blonde to seduce her way into getting some files that Derora needs. It’s all fun and games at least until things get really serious for Mikayla and there’s no where for her to run.

Mike’s continuing encounters with Derora continue and along the way there’s actually a lot of time spent with Derora, seeing more about her personality, her life, and filling in a lot of the blanks about her character. Beyond more of her personality coming out, the appearance of her husband was a delightful surprise and the chemistry between them just had me smiling and adoring them both. To write a couple who’s been together long enough that a look between them is known by the other, or one can finish the thought of the other can be difficult. Here, that relationship comes out from the start, feels right and it’s a delightful surprise.

Derora’s life isn’t expanded on a lot, but with the appearance of her husband, what he could be, that open a lot of questions that made me very happy. Derora’s attitude, her joy in what she does, is dearly infectious and it makes me like her even more. But this story isn’t really about her, or her husband, it’s about Mike’s transforming again, so while that’s a bit limited, it’s a lot more than the first work and that, for me, was a really positive thing.

Mike’s transformation is drawn out in this work and honestly it’s a lot more interesting with Derora being involved, fussing over her, and making Mikayla what can really only be described as a blonde sex bomb. The reactions from Derora and her husband made me laugh, the bother that Mikayla felt throughout was cute and funny as well. It’s a more insightful, more interesting transformation than the first work in the series because of that.

Where things didn’t quite work for me was the erotica as a whole. While there is heat and there are some delightful moments of seduction and passion, I felt as if the erotica was rushed, passing by far too quickly for my liking. Part of that are the characters involved, there’s a tone to things and it makes sense, but at the same time it meant something was missing. I think that comes to Mikayla not drawing out the seduction more, losing herself to the sex through her needs.

The characters are wonderful, the story develops well and it is a delightful read. There’s a lot more succubus in this story with Derora being as central as she is as well. There’s more depth, more questions raised but as well that makes for something overall that reads better than the first work in the series.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

The erotica was rushed overall which was disappointing. Mike’s transformation was far more detailed, more interesting which was a nice change in how the author approached that core part of the story. But while a bit of background about Derora came out, the questions about her, her husband, what they are involved in, makes for a far more interesting story to wonder about that Mike’s is turning out to be.

Perhaps there needs to be more focus on telling a story here than just getting to the erotica. Perhaps expanding Derora’s part of the story to what happens when Mike isn’t around would be a thought. There’s just something about Derora that I really like and it’s a story that seems to be languishing in the background, which is a shame.


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