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Serving the Succubus (eBook II)

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Serving the Succubus
Serving the Succubus eBook Cover, written by Wren Winter
Serving the Succubus eBook Cover,
written by Wren Winter
Author(s) Wren Winter
Series Succubus
Publisher Midnight Climax Wild Fantasy Erotica
Publication date September 3, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 80 Pages
ASIN B01LK9F7XE
Preceded by Succubus Seductions

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


Serving the Succubus is an eBook written by Wren Winter. It is the second work in the Succubus series by this author. This work was previously released as A Succubus's Sexual Awakening under the author name Dalia Maudlin. In this work the character Lilybella is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Serving the Succubus
  • Author: Wren Winter
  • Published By: Midnight Climax Wild Fantasy Erotica
  • Length: 80 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01LK9F7XE
  • Publishing Date: September 3, 2016


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

I'm a succubus. Seduction is just what I do.

A mysterious senior society at an ancient college. A beautiful High Priestess with a secret agenda. 15 hopeful new members of a magical sorority. Idola Song is the High Priestess of the Sisters of Lilith, a sorority that has existed for over 200 years, opens her Eden to 15 new seniors of Dunwich College. Each girl must confess her sexual encounters in order to join... but will these stories actually give power to something more evil than they ever imagined? The first confession comes from a young succubus, Lilybella, who learns about how strong her powers of seduction are in the worst possible way.


Book Review

The following review was published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on September 9, 2016


It is the night of ceremony and new souls are being brought into the order. Stories must be told, they being the truth and open to all. But as well, with the truth comes something a little more for the sake of the one that goes first and the one that commands the ceremony itself.

Lilybella describes herself as a succubus, and she very well may be one, but the story really doesn’t give a chance for that to be told. For Lilybella, the story is a flashback, a memory and the person she is in the here and now doesn’t have a word, a moment, an opportunity to show what she has become.

Much in the same way, Idola Song might be a succubus, has some of the aspects of being one, but that doesn’t come into play either. She’s mainly used to tell of the sorority, offer a means for Lilybella to tell her story, and is more of a narrator than anything else.

In both characters, as well as two other minor characters, the opportunity to tell a larger story is pushed aside for the sake of a short hot flash encounter that didn’t have all that much heat nor did it really tell anything of a story save for Lilybella’s confusion.

There’s one singular point in the story that’s not used well and that is the idea of the Sisters of Lilith. That’s an interesting idea, there’s a good hint as to who and why they are, but it doesn’t get developed anything like it should have been by far.

The characters aren’t developed, the story is a bit thin, the erotica doesn’t have heat. This is barely a work about a succubus and that’s only because of Lilybella’s statement, which really doesn’t mean anything, but is suggestive of something. I think that’s the real problem here, the suggestion of a larger story that’s never told.

Two out of five pitchforks.

There might be two succubi in this work, but neither comes out fully. There could be a story about succubi here, but that isn’t told for the need to have some tepid erotica appear. The thing is that the overall idea is interesting and not telling the story of the Sisters of Lilith is a lost opportunity. Perhaps the author needed to expand the story more rather than just tack on a few other short stories in the wake of this one.


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