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Gender Bender Succubus 3 (eBook)

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Gender Bender Succubus 3
Gender Bender Succubus 3 eBook Cover, written by Maxine Albedo
Gender Bender Succubus 3 eBook Cover, written by Maxine Albedo
Author(s) Maxine Albedo
Series Gender Bender Succubus
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Destiny Byron
Publication date March 20, 2013
Media type eBook
Length 17 Pages
Preceded by Gender Bender Succubus 2
Followed by Gender Bender Succubus Trilogy

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

Gender Bender Succubus 3 is an eBook written by Maxine Albedo. It is the third work in the Gender Bender Succubus series by this author. In this work, the character Emma is a Succubus and her boyfriend Dean is transformed into a Succubus as well.


  • Title: Gender Bender Succubus 3
  • Author: Maxine Albedo
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services and Destiny Byron
  • Length: 17 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: March 20, 2013

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Plot Summary

Two months ago Dean learned his girlfriend Emma's secret: She works as a succubus! When she is too sick to go to work Dean offers to go in her place, and is magically transformed into a shapely succubus and sent out into the night. His performance was so exceptional that Lilith, Queen of the Succubi, offers him a job, to become a succubus and work for her, and embrace all his desires.

Now after two months of employment his demonic boss offers Dean and Emma permanent jobs as succubi. But when they move to hell they discover the truth to the demons offer: Emma must become a male demon, an incubus, and impregnate Dean to produce new demons! Can Dean go through with the offer and become a succubus permanently? And how will he handle to gender reversal, especially when it means he will be bred by his girlfriend?

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on October 11, 2013

Dean has been a Succubus part time for a while now and he’s discovered a few things. One of them is that when he isn’t a Succubus he craves it almost like an addiction. When he and his girlfriend are offered to become succubi all the time, he had little choice and agrees to it.

There is of course a catch and that catch is revealed by Lilith after they agree of course and that leads to Emma becoming Eric and Dean becoming Jasmine. I really wasn’t surprised when this happened as the entire story seemed to be going in this direction from the beginning.

The thing that saves this story for me at least is that there is more about the world of the Succubi and Incubi. The little peeks were interesting to me and I would have liked to have known more than we did. There was also a bit more about Lilith told, but nothing that really told more about her save that one part of her myth was noted in passing.

The erotic scenes are, I regret to say, becoming very repetitive over the three works and especially this time. There is a lot of oral sex and while it makes sense, seeing the same thing repeated over and over again gets stale. The heat seems to be also getting less with each work in the series which doesn’t help much either.

The way this story ended seems to indicate that this series may well be over, or at least it seems so. At this point the arc from the beginning for both of the main characters seems to be done with. Unless of course we leave Jasmine behind and Eric is the focus of the story. Considering that so far there hasn’t been much told about Incubi, save for their need to have the Succubi kneel in front of them and pleasure them, it might be a good change for the series.

As for Jasmine, she’s been written into a corner as it were and that’s a shame. I think there could have been a lot better things done than just putting her in a situation just when she has become a Succubus and has left her past life behind.

From my point of view this is both the weakest of the series and at the same time offered a lot of promise. The thing is that what might have been there is pushed aside for a few quick sex scenes and a bit of exposition. This could have been better and I expected more of it.

I’m giving this work three of five pitchforks.

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