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The Demon's Daughter Awakens (eBook)

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The Demon's Daughter Awakens
The Demon's Daughter Awakens eBook Cover, written by Nessa Triskelion
The Demon's Daughter Awakens eBook Cover, written by Nessa Triskelion
Author(s) Nessa Triskelion
Series Demon's Daughter
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date December 26, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 62 Pages
ASIN B01NANDGNZ
Preceded by The Demon's Daughter Makes the Grade

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The Demon's Daughter Awakens is an eBook written by Nessa Triskelion. It is a collection of the first three works in the Demon's Daughter series by this author. In this work the character Elodie is a Succubus as is her mother and her aunt Lala is a succubus as well.


Overview

  • Title: The Demon's Daughter Awakens
  • Author: Nessa Triskelion
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 62 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01NANDGNZ
  • Publishing Date: December 26, 2016


Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki


Plot Summary

Elodie is a blossoming succubus! She's tried to repress her abilities, but living in a world where magic is commonplace, why bother? After some convincing from her encouraging mom, El is off on a series of sexy adventures that are so hot that they'll melt your kindle. She has her eyes on cute college boys, her werewolf bestie, and even her favorite professor!


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on January 22, 2017


I adore Elodie in so many ways for her personality, her needs and her wants. By the end of the three works, she’s become a delightfully seductive creature, sure of her power, her wants and how she’s going to go about having what she needs.

But there are so many gaps in the overall story and that’s the real shame here. There are teasing thoughts rarely explored that shape who she is, but aren’t told in detail. Her family is a mist of characters, her personality changing from being timid to suddenly the perfect succubus between the second and third works is a total surprise, if wonderfully so.

There are so many plot threads offered in the series, the most telling for me being Elodie’s mom most of all. She’s mentioned, but doesn’t appear, she’s important, but not part of the story. How Elodie thinks of herself changes, but it’s sudden, happening between books and, again, that leaves so much story not told.

The heat is very good overall, but it’s that last scene in the last book that just pushed the rest of the erotica into the background. Elodie as the succubus seeking her prey was some of the most perfectly written succubus erotica that I’ve read. But why that couldn’t have been given more time to develop, to bring her from a wallflower to a seductress in an overall more smooth and clearly told way I’m not sure.

It’s the singular problem with this series, and overall with all of the other works by this author. There’s so much story waiting and wanting to be told, but there’s a rush to get to the heat, tell that, then end things. It need not be, there’s a real story here, a really good one and the author needs to tell it.

I’m hoping that if this series continues that Elodie’s embrace of herself is explored more. That the story tells of her family, her mother in particular. Then comes the seeming relationship that Elodie falls into in the last book in the series. It’s all really good character development that can really add so much, if it’s used and I really hope it is.

I hope that there’s less jumping around from one encounter to another. Time taken to tell Elodie’s story, to explore her, really needs to happen. The jump between books two and three was jarring and it need not have been. Story, I’ve said many times, makes a lot of heat for me in erotica. The author gets right to the edge for the most part, but hesitates. Of the three works in the series, the last one is, almost, perfect. It’s a shame that it wasn’t.

For the series as a whole I’ll give it three and a half pitchforks out of five.

Elodie is an amazing character with a story to tell. Telling that story needs to happen, to widen this story universe further and tie up the loose ends that are all over the place. Doing so would be a delight, a thrill honestly. That hope remains well after the last page.


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