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Bed the Witch (eBook)

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Bed the Witch
Bed the Witch eBook Cover, written by Elizabeth Bedlam
Bed the Witch eBook Cover,
written by Elizabeth Bedlam
Author(s) Elizabeth Bedlam
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date May 22, 2020
Media type eBook
Length 31 Pages

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

Bed the Witch is an eBook written by Elizabeth Bedlam. In this work the character Seamus is an Incubus.


  • Title: Bed the Witch
  • Author: Elizabeth Bedlam
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 31 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B0893HVSL3
  • Publishing Date: May 22, 2020

Plot Summary

Zoe is a Santic witch and dominatrix just looking for the perfect demon familiar to help her with her dark dealings. Seamus is a lonely incubus who has been tossed around and abused by the women in his life for centuries. It’s by sheer luck that Zoe finds Seamus’s accursed box at a yard sale and brings him home.

At first, she’s suspicious that a sex demon could be worth anything; but when Seamus learns his new mistress is being harassed by the local hippie Wiccan coven he comes up with the perfect plan to demonstrate his worth.

After a few nights of molesting the local Wiccan witches, Seamus and Zoe are sure they’ll be left alone to work their black magic and worship the Lord Satan in peace. But the Wiccans refuse to be defeated by Zoe and her horny demon familiar.

They storm Zoe’s house, surrounding it, calling on the powers of peace and love to destroy the left-handed witch. Zoe and Seamus know they have but little choice but to defend themselves. They call upon the forces of darkness. Zoe harnesses the power of black sex magic to bend her enemies to her will, resulting in a mass orgy on her front lawn. This distracting allows Zoe and her familiar to make their getaway, leaving behind destruction mass confusion, and a lot of impregnated witches.

Book Review

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