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A Blasphemous Easter (eBook)
|A Blasphemous Easter|
A Blasphemous Easter eBook Cover,
written by Yura Rybak
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||April 15, 2017|
A Blasphemous Easter is an eBook written by Yura Rybak. In this work the character Matthias is an Incubus.
- Title: A Blasphemous Easter
- Author: Yura Rybak
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 17 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B071CJBDRW
- Publishing Date: April 15, 2017
Father Johan Cavallo very much appreciates his lover Matthias' powers as an incubus. But sex on the holiest day of the church's calendar? Well, let's just say that it's a good thing their encounters take place within Johan's dreams.
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on April 14, 2017
Johan’s dreams bring him to his lover, the incubus Matthias and though his desires, both are brought to their release. But a release in a dream is a pale reflection of reality and that reality is an aching thing.
The work is a hot flash for the most part with very little story or plot around the edges. There’s really not much told about both main characters and more to the point, how they came together isn’t explored at all.
The focus is on the characters being together sexually, making the flash have heat, but at the expense of not telling anything more of a story. It’s one thing to tell a story in which the characters have been together for a long time, have a connection and telling that story but not saying why things happened.
As the work is told from Johan’s perspective, there’s really so very little told about Matthias, other than he being an incubus. That means a lot of storytelling doesn’t happen, the work becomes not much more than the erotic scene it is and when that ends, there’s so very little left in the ending.
The ending itself leaves a lot of questions, but doesn’t do anything with them. The ending is cute, and left me with a smile, but otherwise the story just didn’t have a connection with me because of all that could have been told, but wasn’t. It’s a lost opportunity and it didn’t need to be so.
Two and a half out of five pitchforks.
There’s no history, no explanation of how the two characters came together, why they continue to do so. While the erotica has heat, it’s not enough to hold my interest as really that’s all the story has as a whole.
That’s a shame because there’s a story here, one that I wanted to know more about, but didn’t. Being dropped into the middle of an erotic hot flash is one thing, not having an idea about what’s going on and why bothers me and takes a lot away.