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Demon's Offer - Corrupting The MILF (eBook)
Demon's Offer - Corrupting The MILF is an eBook written by Nadia Nightside. It is the first work in the Evil Obsessions series by this author. In this work the main character is an Incubus.
- Title: Demon's Offer - Corrupting The MILF
- Author: Nadia Nightside
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 40 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B092MRSWWK
- Publishing Date: April 14, 2021
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I’m an immortal sex demon tasked with seducing and corrupting good girls into damnation, and I’m damned good at my job. I’m too strong, too handsome, too well-equipped (if you know what I mean), and turn them on too much for a girl to ever resist. I break their wills and make them mine, forever.
But lately, I’ve gotten tired of good girls. I’ve been wondering what would happen if I spent a little of my free time to mess with the mind of a truly bad babe? And I’ve found a completely corrupt billionaire MILF who fits the bill. The only problem? Well, she’s married and mortal. But I can take care of both of those…
The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on April 20. 2021
Some incubi get bored and that’s not a good thing. A thought about the worst souls of humanity brings a quest to see just how bad, and how good it is to make one particular bad girl fall.
Overall, the story isn’t that interesting to me. It’s bland and there’s really not one character that I care about or want to see what happens. I’ll note that the author makes this quite clear in their summary, but honestly there’s a problem when not one character matters.
Again, that’s the point here and I see that, but at some point a self absorbed main character talking about themselves. in varying levels of detail, gets very old and very uninteresting. That happening within the first three pages of the work doesn’t bode well
There’s very little heat overall, tending more towards porn levels of dialogue at times which was disappointing. I’ve read a number of this author’s works and honestly the stories have been far better than this with characters that have more depth than a single sheet of paper as they are in this one.
Perhaps there’s a point where being bad isn’t that different from having no real sense of direction. Perhaps that’s the real issue here and is what needs to be overcome. Sex, bad attitudes and just being poor examples of humanity can’t support a story on their own. There needs to be something more than that and I just can’t find it, or my way into enjoying the work as a result.
One and a half out of five pitchforks.
I’m not sure what to expect going forward, and overall given the tone and story so far, I’m not sure there’s much to do with the characters than has been done. I’d have wished for something, or someone, positive or with some merit to them over the course of the work and i just can’t find that.