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White Wedding (eBook)

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White Wedding
White Wedding eBook Cover, written by Jeanna Pride
White Wedding eBook Cover,
written by Jeanna Pride
Author(s) Jeanna Pride
Series Incubus
Publisher Dark Deeds Books
Publication date May 25, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 42 Pages
ASIN B01G7U2X9W
Preceded by Black on Blue
Followed by Incubus Bundle No. 1: Books 1, 2 and 3 of the Incubus Series

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


White Wedding is an eBook written by Jeanna Pride. It is the third work in the Incubus series by this author. In this work one of the characters is an Incubus.


Overview

  • Title: White Wedding
  • Author: Jeanna Pride
  • Published By: Dark Deeds Books
  • Length: 42 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01G7U2X9W
  • Publishing Date: May 25, 2016


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Leigh and Joe are the ultimate power couple, pledged to each other in holy matrimony. A wealthy lawyer and his beautiful socialite Asian bride to be, they are the perfect couple. But, all is not well in the dark souls of the betrothed. Each seeks something more, something darker. She seeks a partner that knows how to please, and harbors a need to dominate and control, and he needs to be controlled. Into this, Incubus worms his way, taking the form of a domineering black man that wants only to draw out their inner darkness.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on May 31, 2016


Leigh and Joe find themselves pulled into a darker place in which what they truly need comes to the surface. But who is the one in control and who are the ones being controlled?

I found it very difficult to become involved in the story for several reasons. The domination theme that prevails in this work left me cold. Abuse and pain really does nothing for me, though it well may for others however. I wasn’t expecting a happy ending having read the prior works in the series, but I was hoping for more development of the main character in the series and that really didn’t happen.

The incubus remains the same slightly over the top dominant alpha male that bends all others to his will. But this isn’t done through a real desire on the part of those he is dominating so much as it is his pushing his will upon others until they submit. It just feels wrong in several ways, but as a fantasy for some I’m sure they will enjoy it. There was a book once that tried to create a window into the D/s world and it made a lot of money, but wasn’t telling the truth. In a lot of ways this series is playing out a fantasy with not really all that much basis in reality.

I didn’t find a lot of heat in the erotica for all of the pain and abuse that the characters have to endure. That said, the actual characters themselves, that of Leigh and Joe, are well created, have depth and there’s really an interesting story around them. They aren’t cardboard cutouts, there is some meaning to them and that bodes well. The incubus however doesn’t grow as each story is told and remains for the most part static. Perhaps the next work can reveal more about him than has been said, or offered, before.

Two out of five pitchforks.

The incubus still hasn’t a name, and really calling him “Incubus” just seems like a bit of a disappointment. He’s very much an alpha male, the stories pull that to the forefront, but there has to be something more going on than has appeared so far.


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