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The Domain of the Incubus 2 (eBook)

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The Domain of the Incubus 2
The Domain of the Incubus 2 eBook Cover, written by Desiree Silver
The Domain of the Incubus 2 eBook Cover,
written by Desiree Silver
Author(s) Desiree Silver
Series Monster and Possession Erotica
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date January 12, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 21 Pages
Preceded by The Domain of the Incubus
Followed by Falling for the Succubus: An Unexpected Demon Romance

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

The Domain of the Incubus 2 is an eBook written by Desiree Silver. It is the second work in the Monster and Possession Erotica series by this author. In this work the character Evan is an Incubus.


  • Title: The Domain of the Incubus 2
  • Author: Desiree Silver
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 21 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B00S5OXX5W
  • Publishing Date: January 12, 2015

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

This is the tale of Alexia, friend of Julie from the first Domain of the Incubus. Entrapped by a powerfully seductive sexual demon, she is surprised to discover seeds of kindness, and even possibly love, from her captor.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on April 5, 2015

Alexia’s life has changed since her encounter with Evan. She bears his child and what that means is a question she has no answer for yet. When Evan reveals a secret that Alexia didn’t know, things get more complicated. When Julie reappears, then things are stranger still.

Again, sadly, I was disappointed in this work. Still uneven in writing, still so many mistakes, still so many uninteresting characters, still so much pain and suffering and violence that what little story there was got sideswiped by the over the top erotica that just didn’t have any heat in it.

Alexia again starts out as being interesting, but as the story progresses, any sort of character development that occurs, and there is some, gets smothered by moments that just read wrong, feel wrong and play out poorly. I will note, as an aside, that Even reveals to Alexia that she is the child of an Incubus, but whether she is a Succubus or not isn’t explained or touched on.

The story turns very violent when Alexia gives birth, the point of which… well there isn’t one. Julie appears again and she’s the plaything of the other supernatural beings around her. It’s shocking how her attitude towards Alexia has changed, how she has become a schemer, intending to get rid of Alexia anyway she can.

At this point in the story, it felt like a really bad soap opera and I just lost all interest in it. I didn’t care at all about anything that happened, the erotica did nothing for me again, and even with the slight surprise I had over Alexia’s past, there wasn’t anything done with it save that Alexia didn’t die after giving birth, which, according to Evan and others, was the fate of “normal” humans most of the time.

The book blurb talked about a change in Evan’s attitude, but honestly that didn’t play out either. A the beginning his attitude towards Alexia is shockingly bad, he treats her poorly, but then, all of a sudden, when she gives him a child, then he becomes “nice” which really turned me off further still.

Poorly written, paper-thin characters, and there are a lot of them that pop in and out of this work for no reason at all. A plot that didn’t go anywhere save to make the story more complicated. Erotica that didn’t have heat, didn’t have a purpose, and was, overall, violent and dispassionate in nature.

One pitchfork out of five.

The work comes to a close, but leaves everything open, not completing any of the plots or stories that had been started. Not that I expected much after the first work and to be honest I wasn’t all that surprised when it wasn’t.

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