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Succubus Sucked (eBook)

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Succubus Sucked
Succubus Sucked eBook Cover, written by Samantha Clemmons
Succubus Sucked eBook Cover,
written by Samantha Clemmons
Author(s) Samantha Clemmons
Series CummingSoon Shorts
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date July 3, 2021
Media type eBook
Length 4 Pages
ASIN B097TV8WSK
Followed by Sex Starved Succubus

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


Succubus Sucked is a short eBook written by Samantha Clemmons. It is the second work in the CummingSoon Shorts series by this author. In this work one of the main characters is a Succubus.


Overview

  • Title: Succubus Sucked
  • Author: Samantha Clemmons
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 4 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B097TV8WSK
  • Publishing Date: July 3, 2021


Plot Summary

What happens when an Alpha claims a Succubus as a mate?


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on August 24, 2021


A shifter awakes to find his succubus mate waiting for him, their passions and natures coming to the fore.

This work is best described as the opening to a larger story than anything else. It’s not a complete story, it doesn’t tell of the characters names, nor anything really about them other than one being a shifter and the other a succubus.

It does act as an opening, an idea and thought, to play upon. There is heat in the telling, which offers something like a very short hot flash. The work is told from the male’s perspective, which means the succubus really doesn’t do much other than give into their sexual needs.

While I understand from the author’s notes that this is supposed to be, more than anything else, an idea for couples to use in their roleplaying, I think there’s a bit more here. The author might be well served to use this opening as the beginning of a larger work and tell that story. How things end is interesting and it works well as a hook for more storytelling.

Being such a short work, there’s not a lot of character development or story beyond the encounter. Again that’s a shame, there’s something here that could be far better given a chance to be so.

Two and a half out of five pitchforks.

A thought, the whisperings of a muse more than anything else. Still it is interesting in the set up and the place it ends. It would be nice if it was more than it is.


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