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The Incubus (eBook III)

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The Incubus
The Incubus eBook Cover, written by Amanda Swallows
The Incubus eBook Cover,
written by Amanda Swallows
Author(s) Amanda Swallows
Series Angels and Demons
Publisher WHALP Publishing
Publication date April 4, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 53 Pages
ASIN B01DUWNMM2
Preceded by Fallen

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

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


The Incubus is an eBook written by Amanda Swallows. It is the second work in the Angels and Demons series by this author. In this work the character Ketara is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: The Incubus
  • Author: Amanda Swallows
  • Published By: WHALP Publishing
  • Length: 53 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01DUWNMM2
  • Publishing Date: April 4, 2016


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Plot Summary

Well after the events of Fallen, an unnamed incubus discovers the deepest desire of a man who can easily have any woman he wants... with a little chemical help. When his tendency to drug women in order to get them into bed lands him a woman he literally cannot get out of his mind, he realizes that all decisions have consequences. In his case, the consequences are dire indeed.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on December 6, 2016


The story of a man who comes to find that when one does evil, one has to pay. Sometimes that payment is taken by those that know their wants and needs. When that happens, there’s no where to turn.

I found it difficult to get into this work, mainly because the main character is dislikable from the first page. There’s nothing to redeem them, and as such I really didn’t care very much about what happened to them. The story from their perspective is a bit dry, a little bland at times. But that changes when the succubus makes her appearance.

The succubus is never named, and it’s a bit confusing whether she is a succubus or an incubus in nature. She is a futa at one point, so the meaning of her existence is a bit blurred. She is a succubus however in her powers, being able to shift her form, capture the main character’s mind and thoughts, dragging him into her clutches.

For the most part, the erotica has some good heat to it, though there are some scenes, with one specific fantasy, which I thought were very uncomfortable. As this takes up quite a lot of the interactions between the characters, I found myself turning the pages at those points, really not liking what happened there.

That was a shame because the entrapment of the main character, how the succubus does so, was very interesting and I liked the story and plot through that. But when the story turned to the erotica, the story seemed to lose its way, falling back on some moments that were stereotypically pornish for the most part.

I wanted to see more of the succubus herself, but she’s a shadow, an idea, and as she has no name, it’s hard to become invested in her character. Knowing more about her, perhaps seeing things from her perspective, might have kept me in the story more than I was.

Two and a half out of five pitchforks.

Some of the fantasies are a bit uncomfortable, the main character is dislikable overall. There’s not a lot of time spent with the unnamed succubus/incubus to develop her character further. The work just feels like there is a lot of possible directions and plots that weren’t taken which was disappointing.


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