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My Demanding Incubus (eBook)

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My Demanding Incubus
My Demanding Incubus eBook Cover, written by Sol Serano
My Demanding Incubus eBook Cover,
written by Sol Serano
Author(s) Sol Serano
Series Dark MMF
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date December 2, 2014
Media type eBook
Length 28 Pages
Preceded by My Incubus Wants to Share
Followed by Seducing My Incubus

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

My Demanding Incubus is an eBook written by Sol Serano. It is the second work in the Dark MMF series by this author. In this work the character Viktor is an Incubus.


  • Title: My Demanding Incubus
  • Author: Sol Serano
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 28 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: December 2, 2014

Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki

Plot Summary

Kevin is out of sorts unable to deal with Marly’s beast. He issues her an ultimatum as old as time - me or him. Though her love for Kevin is real, she knows it will only take a little more time to whip her demon in shape. She will get things back to normal, and then win Kevin back. She chooses her incubus.

Marly realizes quickly, her beast is gaining strength, and has more than a few demands. She is having a hard time getting him under her thumb. In a last ditch attempt, she seeks a new man for her beast to enjoy, sure he will be placated. What happens next is a flurry of heated activity as Marly and her new found friend, Bryan, betray themselves to do the beast’s bidding.

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on March 27, 2015

Things are getting worse for Marly by the moment as her relationship with Viktor turns from her being the one in control to her being submissive to his needs. Marly is forced into bringing another man to Viktor when Kevin turns away from her, believing that doing so will make things right. But the truth tells a different story.

Again in the second work the focus is on Marly’s continuing story, what she is suffering through, and the losses she is encountering. She’s less and less in control of things and her world, and own existence, is coming apart slowly but surely. There’s a clear aspect of denial in her mind over what is happening and when she attempts to take back some control she finds that Viktor doesn’t like that thought.

The confusion within Marly is very strong and gets worse as the story goes on. Viktor uses quite a bit of emotional, and otherwise, mind control in this work to get his way, succeeding for the most part. Marly finds a man for Viktor, brings them together and then falls under Viktor’s spell. There’s another hot flash of erotica which drives the story forwards and doesn’t feel out of place.

There is a lot of character development in this work which I enjoyed. Marly had to change in this story and it’s clear that she does, going from one extreme to another and back again. Kevin is a lesser presence in this work, though he does have an effect as the story goes onwards. Viktor himself really only becomes more dominant, more controlling and more needing of Marly in this work and that’s a shame.

Viktor was a more interesting character in the first work because there was some mystery around him. There was something changing, a secret to be figured out and in this work that really isn’t explored very much. He is a force in the story, controlling much of what happens from the shadows, but otherwise there isn’t much development for him save that he is the dominant one in the relationship.

As the bridge work, it is a good story and it provides the path for the plot to follow in the third work well. There’s hints of what comes next, but not so much so that it telegraphs the third work thankfully. As well written as the first work, there’s a bit more time spent in the erotica than the story and, for me, I found that a bit disappointing. There could have been more told about Viktor, who and what he really is, but that’s not told here and I think it might have been.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

A story of control, who has it, and what that control can do to another. A bit lost at times, but by the end it did manage to find the way forwards once more to the third and final work in the series.

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