Friday, December 13, 2013

Review: Serving the Succubus by Haleigh Cookson Clark

From Amazon: Ethan Banks is a jaded graduate student desperately looking for a big break in his ongoing research of Colonial American history. He gets more than he bargains for, however, when he accidentally summons a succubus during a late-night examination of a curious old tome. No stranger to indulgence, will Ethan be able to keep up with her insatiable appetites and balance his schoolwork? More to the point, will she allow him to live to see the end of the week, much less the semester? Only time will tell. 
[mf, demon, femdom]

Serving the Succubus, book one in the Monsterland series, revolves around broke college student Ethan. The poor guy has no money, isn’t doing well in school, and is floundering. It’s just his luck that he would almost destroy something from his school’s archive, but of course that’s how he meets Missy. She’s the succubus who is going to take away all his problems, or at least distract him from them. 

This is a short erotica book that runs just over 9,000 words. The first couple pages set the scene and let the reader get to know Ethan. Haleigh Cookson Clark does a phenomenal job in introducing the reader to Ethan, letting us sympathise with him and understand him in a very short amount of time. As for Missy, well it seems the less known about her the better. Haleigh gives clues about the demon and what she wants, but only enough to keep you guessing and wanting more.

Clark maintains the passion and sexiness of Serving the Succubus for the entirety of the book, and that’s not an easy feat. Her eloquent prose let you feel every word and the book sucks you in in a way that many erotica stories miss. You get the passion and the story along with the sex and that makes the hot scenes that much hotter.

The book is polished, sharp, quick witted, and very passionate. I’d recommend it to anyone looking for a new series to sink their teeth into!

My Rating: *****/*****

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