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Succubus Seductions (eBook)

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Succubus Seductions
Succubus Seductions eBook Cover, written by Wren Winter
Succubus Seductions 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 171 Pages
ASIN B01LK8QLDA
Preceded by How to Summon a Succubus
Followed by Serving the Succubus

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


Succubus Seductions is an eBook written by Wren Winter. It is the first work in the Succubus series by this author. This work was previously released as The Succubus Ritual under the author name Dalia Maudlin and also as How to Summon a Succubus under another author's name. In this work the character Meridiana is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Succubus Seductions
  • Author: Wren Winter
  • Published By: Midnight Climax Wild Fantasy Erotica
  • Length: 171 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01LK8QLDA
  • Publishing Date: September 3, 2016


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Plot Summary

When you summon a succubus, you might not get exactly what you wish for... David wants a paranormal lover. Meridiana has something else in mind.

When the powerful succubus Meridiana is called to Lucifer's office, she's elated to find out people are summoning succubi again! Her first victim is a man named David.

David seems like a normal fellow, who enjoys video games and working out.

It doesn't make sense that such a handsome man would need to call upon a succubus to get laid, until Meridiana overhears him talking on the phone. The conversation reveals that David called on her after a dare!

When she finds out the jade David will be using is a fake, her wicked mind whirs with ideas of how to torture David while still giving him sexual pleasure.


Book Review

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


David asks on a website for a method to summon a Succubus and he gets one. The problem is that he doesn’t know all of the traps and pitfalls and Meridiana, the succubus he summons, is more than willing to take advantage of that…

I think the main problem I have with this story was that it was very short and as such it became simply a hot flash or a stroke erotica story. That’s a shame really as the beginning of the story held a lot of promise really, but when it got interesting… it stopped being so for me.

Meridiana’s background story was interesting, and I would have liked to know more about it, but in this case it was setting only and the story moved away from that as quickly as possible. Past that, we watch as Meridiana watches and plans as David does the same and then summons her. Everything after that is sex really with not much else happening.

When Meridiana springs her trap, that is an odd moment, but it makes sense in the story. What happens to David afterwards is a bit brutal and the ending was, really, quite expected to be honest. I thought I would like her at the beginning of the story, but that soon faded away as her personality was all “gloat and be evil” and not a lot else. That’s kind of thin as a character and I have issues with it.

I can see this becoming a series of stories about Meridiana, which would be more interesting I think overall, but the author needs to tighten up their writing some. The work didn’t flow smoothly for one thing, the characters were paper thin for the most part as well. Oddly enough, the minor characters were more interesting than the main ones for the most part.

I have to wonder if the author might have been better served to not end the work with the first meeting of David and Meridiana, but to tell about the week she is there. I think that would have made for a better story, better characters and involved me more in it.

Two and a half pitchforks out of five.

The story didn’t flow well for me, I didn’t care for Meridiana all that much as well. It was short, much too short and really it could have been more than a stroke story. It's a shame that the author didn't add to what was there before republishing the work again.

But they didn't and that's the shame of it all.


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