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Winter Solstice: A 'The Incubus' Secretary' Bonus Chapter (eBook)
|Winter Solstice: A 'The Incubus' Secretary' Bonus Chapter|
Winter Solstice: A 'The Incubus' Secretary' Bonus Chapter eBook Cover,
written by Anna Kendra
|Series||The Incubus' Secretary|
|Publication date||June 10, 2021|
|Followed by||The Incubus' Secretary|
Winter Solstice: A 'The Incubus' Secretary' Bonus Chapter is an eBook written by Anna Kendra. It is the first work in the The Incubus' Secretary series by this author. In this work the character Lancelin Eustein is an Incubus.
- Title: Winter Solstice: A 'The Incubus' Secretary' Bonus Chapter
- Author: Anna Kendra
- Published By: Typewriter Pub
- Length: 12 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B0973CG6W8
- Publishing Date: June 10, 2021
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Sanaya Johnson falls for the future incubus king, Lancelin Eustein, who in turn desires the human more than anyone—in the physical reality or in even in their vampire eleven and half dimensions—and chooses her as his life partner.
However, their forbidden love will have no place, if it comes out in the open. They will have to pay a heavy price and face the wrath of the entire vampire community of immortals who have lived in peace among humans that has lived in peace among mortals since time immemorial.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on July 23, 2021
Sanaya has fallen into the arms of her love Lancelin but some fairy tale weddings come with a bit of darkness within. Not all is as it seems and their secret can never be told for both of their sakes.
The work is somewhat of a tease which offers a glimpse into the world of Sanaya and Lancelin, the trials they are in the midst of, the joys they share and some of the dangers about them. There’s really no clear evidence of incubi or succubi save for them being mentioned. Being there are many vampires in the work, they well may be such beings and not the tailed and horned beings one might expect. Still that isn’t the point here, the story is a vignette to introduce the characters before all else.
In that the work succeeds in its goal, it is interesting and wonderfully detailed and carries the emotions of the characters well. There’s a lot to like here and it brings a lot of promise as well.
Three out of five pitchforks.
The work is an interesting tease and it does make me want to seek out the larger work from this author. I intend to do so and see where that work leads to. There are clearly vampires, there might be succubi and there are seemingly incubi. The question is where that takes things and what the story becomes and if the succubi and incubi are vampires or demons and what that means in this story universe.