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World's Shyest Succubus 2: Playing Doctor (eBook)

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World's Shyest Succubus 2:
Playing Doctor
World's Shyest Succubus 2: Playing Doctor eBook Cover, written by Taylor Knobb
World's Shyest Succubus 2: Playing Doctor eBook Cover, written by Taylor Knobb
Author(s) Taylor Knobb
Series Philos University
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date April 10, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 21 Pages
ASIN B01E4DQV2E
Preceded by World's Shyest Succubus 1: Awakening
Followed by World's Shyest Succubus 3: Party Girl

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


World's Shyest Succubus 2: Playing Doctor is an eBook written by Taylor Knobb. It is the second work in the Philos University series by this author. In this work the character Adina is transformed into a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: World's Shyest Succubus 2: Playing Doctor
  • Author: Taylor Knobb
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 21 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01E4DQV2E
  • Publishing Date: April 10, 2016


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Adina has had a rough day. First she got caught in an explosion of some sort of weird energy, and then she and her roommate did unspeakable things…things that felt so good, but that were so wrong. Adina has an appointment to see a doctor, though, and she’s sure that he can help her work out what the heck is going on. She’s sure that it’s not going to matter that he’s tall and handsome, with a slender, tight body…or that the hunger that drove her into her roommate’s bed seems to be coming back, stronger than ever! Life is hard for a shy succubus.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on April 15, 2016


Adina goes to see the campus doctor about what’s happening to her and in doing so finds her new needs and desires getting the better of her. But something is going on and Adina is stuck in the middle of it whether she likes it, sometimes, or not.

Adina continues to transform, becoming more and more ensnared by her new needs and now understanding why things are happening. There’s a real crisis of conscious in this work, and that added some depth to Adina’s character that I liked very much. She isn’t just falling into being a succubus, she’s fighting, struggling, but even so, her needs overcome her and when she arrives at her doctor’s appointment, that needs takes over.

The scene that comes has some good heat, a bit more succubus mental control, and a bit more of a transformation for Adina when the moment is over. The erotica is a hot flash, actually one scene edging towards being so, the other fully so.

Following this, the doctor directs Adina to see another character to learn what’s going on with her and it is that point in the story where it lost me. The doctor seems to know what’s going on, that there are many more women effected is clearly shown. But what I can’t quite understand is if magic is something known and part of this world or not. There was no mention of it prior to the new character’s appearance, who explains something of what’s going on, but again, there’s little context to put that into understandable terms.

Nathan, who is the new character that seems to know what’s going on, is a mystery, having a personality that is simply grating, and overall isn’t at all likeable. That seems to be a real problem as he appears to be a focal point of the series going forwards and not liking him, for me, is an issue. As well, there appears to be a number of other women that have been effected, one of which, who if she is what she seems to be, a gorgon, can only lead towards some real completions.

Adding this twist to the series is interesting, but I’m hoping that the series doesn’t run off in multiple directions as a result. The series has Adina at the core of it, and jumping from character to character, mythologic being to being, can only weaken the series overall.

I still like Adina, I like her being real to herself. But I can see that she’s changing, possibly not for the better. Keeping Adina’s personality intact will be a challenge, the next work in the series seems to suggest that she will not be. How that is handled, if Adina falls over the edge, will at least for me, tell me quite a lot about how well this author can tell a story and if he can avoid making Adina a stereotypical succubus.

Three out of five pitchforks.

Suddenly having a character appear that seems to know what’s going on, then having the problem for Adina effecting so many is one thing. Not explanation why things are as they are is a problem. More so, there’s a problem when another character seems to be on the way to becoming a deadly threat. One that can cause no end of problems for every one around her. How the author gets around that issue will be interesting.

Adina is changing, she knows what she is, thankfully not a stereotypical succubus. There’s hope in the story remaining cute, interesting, and more. I hope so.


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