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The Naughty Succubus Part 3: Revelations of Sin (eBook)

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The Naughty Succubus Part 3: Revelations of Sin
The Naughty Succubus Part 3: Revelations of Sin eBook Cover, written by Becca Lusk
The Naughty Succubus Part 3: Revelations of Sin eBook Cover, written by Becca Lusk
Author(s) Becca Lusk
Series The Naughty Succubus
Publisher Sinful Selections
Publication date May 23, 2016
Media type eBook
Length 40 Pages
ASIN B01G42BKS8
Preceded by The Naughty Succubus Part 2: Mysterious Beautiful Strangers
Followed by The Naughty Succubus: Part 4: Ancient Enemies

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


The Naughty Succubus Part 3: Revelations of Sin is an eBook written by Becca Lusk. It is the third work in the Naughty Succubus series by this author. In this work the characters Krys and Valandra are Succubi.


Overview

  • Title: The Naughty Succubus Part 3: Revelations of Sin
  • Author: Becca Lusk
  • Published By: Sinful Selections
  • Length: 40 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B01G42BKS8
  • Publishing Date: May 23, 2016


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Plot Summary

Krys, our beautiful and HOT succubus is saddened that Trip does not remember her. Trip is wondering what he was supposed to remember when can barely think, let alone walk after Krys had her way with him over the weekend. She tells him to call her – or whatever it is that passes for calling amongst the dwellers of the netherworld – but doesn’t tell her how.

So what does Krys do? She enlists her hot and sultry friend to go talk some sense into Trip. And what does he do when he sees her? Well, you’ll just have to read and find out, won’t you? In the midst of all this, angels and demons descend (and ascend) for what’s shaping up to be one of the most sinful epics ever to span the multi-verse.


Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on June 5, 2016


Krys has a problem. One, Trip doesn’t remember her. Two, she’s got two angels that don’t particularly like her and three, as much as she doesn’t like it, she’s had to ask for help. Still, there is hope and the past doesn’t have to repeat itself… hopefully.

This part of the series manages to create some very interesting history for Krys and in doing so provides some new plot threads to be explored. Not all of the answers are given, really it is a case of more questions to be wondered about and that works well.

Krys doesn’t really stagnate as a character here and that’s a bit of a challenge considering that she’s not really involved in the core plot very much, really being to the side of it. However she drives much of the other characters in being tangentially involved which leads to some amazingly funny scenes and dialogue.

Trip’s plot arc towards revealing his mystery doesn’t move very far as well, in truth it becomes far more complex. Much of the story follows Trip’s day and how odd it becomes. Overall, the moments becomes a little bit silly at times, which works well, and when push comes to shove, or rather Trip gets into a situation where the erotica of the work appears, it’s quite cute and fits into the overall story without feeling strange or odd. The erotica is a hot flash which has a fair bit of heat within it. I thought it was told well, Trip’s actions and then confusion were interesting and I wonder what comes of that.

Besides Krys, another succubi appears, named Valandra and the chemistry between the two of them results in possibly the singularly most laughter providing scene between two succubi that I have read in quite some time. I’m looking forwards to learning more about her, she’s unique and I liked that about her.

While the plot, the story and the characters remain very good and I enjoy them very much, the author needs to pay more attention to their editing. While it is better than the prior work, some of the dialogue is odd, the occasional scene is a little confusing and a bit more care in telling, rather than showing, the story might be the solution.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

The work needs some editing, mostly from the perspective of dialogue. Overall the storytelling is getting better, but as there is a mystery to develop, jumping around the point of things is making the story a bit scattered. Perhaps a little push is needed to make things settle.

Perhaps that might be through the slightly mischievous red tailed Queen of the Succubi Tera herself? Let’s see what the next part of the story reveals. I think it will be interesting…


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