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Succubus Sundries (eBook)

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Succubus Sundries
Succubus Sundries eBook Cover, written by Zayna Noble
Succubus Sundries eBook Cover,
written by Zayna Noble
Author(s) Zayna Noble
Illustrator Nessa Triskelion
Publisher Smashwords
Amazon Digital Services
Publication date September 30, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 33 Pages
ISBN 9781370852284
Followed by Succubus Sundries 2

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

Succubus Sundries is an eBook written by Zayna Noble. It is the first work in the Succubus Sundries series by this author. In this work the character Lala is a Succubus.


  • Title: Succubus Sundries
  • Author: Zayna Noble
  • Published By: Smashwords & Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 33 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01LX3VSF1
  • IBSN: 9781370852284
  • Publishing Date: September 30, 2016

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

Abby has a crush but doesn't have the confidence to take the next step. Her solution? She turns to a local potion and magic shop, owned by a sultry Succubus. Lala is more than happy to help Abby, helping her try out different potions and pieces of magical jewelry, each one transforming Abby's body from one sexy form to the next!

From slender elf to busty neko and even to a generously-endowed lactating cow girl, Abby finds herself getting hotter and hotter. The thoughts of showing each of these new bodies to her crush excites her until she can't take it anymore!

Fortunately for Abby, Lala the Succubus accepts a very different currency for their transaction...

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on December 23, 2016

Abby has heard tales of a store where a certain succubus can make dreams come true. Overcoming her shyness, she visits Lala and finds a succubus who is more than willing to help. Whether that’s trying to find what Abby wants, or if that’s what Lala wants is another question entirely. But it’s going to be fun to find out what, and who, comes next.

While Lala was only fleetingly in the prior series she appeared in, in this story she’s far more central, more involved and drives the plot forwards in a very seductive manner. She’s very much a succubus in how she toys with Abby, seduces her thoughts and then, when Abby’s quite literally on her knees, has her way with Abby. She’s not evil, really she’s mischievous, and I adored that very much.

Even though Lala is central to the story, her past isn’t told, her character doesn’t develop too far and by the time the story has to leave her behind, it’s unclear whether or not anything was learned about her as a whole. There are some lovely hints, which I dearly wish had been explored, but they aren’t seemingly important to the story and so they get passed over on the way to Abby’s seduction and the erotica that comes along with it all.

The erotica between Lala and Abby is a lovely, slow building up of sexual tension and I think that really worked well. It allowed Abby to explore what she wanted, to give Lala someone to play with. Both are well done, very hot and not as to be silly or seemingly wrong in some way. The transformation scenes are quite good, very detailed and I enjoyed them as well. Once the story turned towards Abby’s focus on why she visited Lala, the story moved very quickly through the climax, a very short erotic scene and the story comes to a close far too quickly I thought.

The writing is good, the characters are not cardboard, but Lala just didn’t develop as much as Abby did and I really wanted to see that. This is less a story about Lala as a succubus as it is a story about a series of transformations. Thus Lala could never really be the core of the story, but with all that the author told about her, she comes very close. I still want to know more about Lala, her past and so on. That could be a really good story on its own and still hope to see that sometime. But it didn’t happen here.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

Lala was far more present in this work than the preceding series, which was promising, but really there wasn’t much in the way of her story being told, learning more about her. Again, like her previous appearance, she’s a tool for the transformation of the main character and when her role is over, she vanishes once more.

I still want a story about her, knowing more, telling more. That interests me because Lala seems to be very interesting on her own. Sometime the author should think about telling that story along with all else they are.

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