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The Demonic Bride: Book 2 (eBook)

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The Demonic Bride: Book 2
The Demonic Bride: Book 2 eBook Cover, written by Lacy Lane
The Demonic Bride: Book 2 eBook Cover, written by Lacy Lane
Author(s) Lacy Lane
Series The Demonic Bride
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date December 27, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 114 Pages
Preceded by The Demonic Bride:
Book 1
Followed by The Demonic Bride:
Book 3

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

The Demonic Bride: Book 2 is an eBook written by Lacy Lane. It is the second work in the The Demonic Bride series by this author. In this work the character Joshua Chapman is transformed into the Succubus Julie Powell.

The work was removed from Amazon as it had been plagiarized from the story The Succubus Bride Trilogy by REIF.


  • Title: The Demonic Bride: Book 2
  • Author: Lacy Lane
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 114 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: December 27, 2016

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Plot Summary

It's been three months since Joshua Chapman was infected by succubus seed, married his best friend, and transformed into Julie Powell. And for the most part, things have been great...

The newlyweds are very much in love, and they grow closer every day. And Julie's new succubus powers have come in very handy when it comes to convincing the world that a man named Josh Chapman never even existed.

But they still have to deal with Josh's parents, who want to know what the hell happened to their son. And then there's the little problem that the power Julie gives off as she feeds her sex-crazed she-demon side has changed an old man into a sexy young woman...

Will Julie and Brandon be able to keep their life of wedded bliss? Or will Julie's excess succubus essence be too much to bear for those around her?

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on March 31, 2017

There are some things that one should never do. Getting on the bad side of a succubus when she’s feeding is one that Josh discovers. Cursed to become like the succubus, Josh, now Julie, has to face the impossible. Not just being a woman, not only that she’s a succubus, but having to face her family, her world and, in time, confront the succubus that started it all to save a world that doesn’t realize the dangers.

The series is quite the epic tale, but it’s not really focused too deeply on the gender swap aspects or the succubi either. At its core it’s about Julie sorting out her new life, coming to terms with that, with her love, with her family. There are conflicts, losses and tragedies but at the same time there are moments of joy, passion and resolution that add depth to what otherwise could have been a thinly veiled story of gender transformation.

The plot arcs follow several different paths, all of which circle around Julie, and that allows for a lot of character development and world building to happen. There are erotic moments, there are moments when succubi are succubi as well. But there’s something more in that the growth of Julie isn’t ignored or glossed over. It’s terribly sad at many points, not at all simple or simply accepted by her. The struggle to accept matters and that is what drew me deeper.

The erotica runs a bit hot and cold overall, the moments between Julie and Brandon are wonderfully soulful things and adored. The scenes with succubi just don’t really have that, but that’s a reflection of the characters themselves. It’s a shame that there’s not the seduction, it’s outright sex and no emotional meaning for them. It’s a dark point to many of the characters and that brings the issue I have with the work overall.

If there’s one thing I didn’t think worked well, it was how very Felielle and the other evil succubi were too close to being stereotypical. At some points that turned into comic book villain levels of evil and the climax of the series, how that plot arc was resolved, felt too rushed and confused at times.

That said, the ending of the series felt right, it settled a lot of questions about Julie, her family and most of all, what the future holds for her. It doesn’t leave a lot of dangling plots behind, which was good to see. But it ends in way that leaves a path towards another book about Julie. It’s that open thread that didn’t quite feel settled, almost rushed, and I wish it hadn’t been.

Overall the series is well written, the intimate moments when Julie is trying to understand her path, the conflict within herself, were very powerful. The transformation of her relationship with Brandon, the battle with her family and then the terrible things that happen through the efforts of Felielle make for a really good read. Perhaps the comic book levels of plot at times needed more focus, but that didn’t take away from the purpose and drive the series had.

Four out of five pitchforks.

A delightfully fun and emotionally driven work. It’s more than erotica or a gender swap tale. There’s a deep universe to explore and that’s delightful. I do wish that the evil succubi in the series had been more than the two-dimensional characters they were at times. I’d also have liked for the ending to tell more rather than come to the finality that it did.

Well written, deeply involved and more importantly, there are consequences to every action. It makes for a compelling read, one that I enjoyed. It’s just the little oddities that hold the series back from what I think it was meant to be.

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