The Devilin Fey (paranormal romance)

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A novella of two stories, featuring an incubus and succubus. Story #1 features a demure young woman unleashing the “devil in” her, through the intimacy with an incubus. Story #2 features a voyeuristic succubus driven by jealousy and a dangerous fixation. * * * Recommended for readers seeking something different in the "paranormal romance" genre. * By author/artist/non-conformist, Jess C Scott. More

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About Jess C Scott

Jess C Scott is an author/artist/non-conformist. She studied English and Business at Adams State University and was a participating author in the 2012 Singapore Writers Festival.

Her publishing company, jessINK, is dedicated towards creating “meaningful entertainment.”

[x] Erotic Fiction is where she explores intimacy/passion/intensity, not explicitness ;)

[x] Psychological Thrillers are where she explores the dark side of human nature.

BIO: http://www.jessINK.com/bio.htm
MEDIA: http://www.jessINK.com/media.htm
DISCLAIMER: http://www.jessINK.com/porn_vs_erotica.htm

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Review by: Kait Nolan on Aug. 01, 2010 : star star star
I have to say that this book just didn't work for me. I feel that this was mostly an issue with it not being my type of book rather than many issues with the work itself. If you have issues with your hero or heroine having sex with others, this probably won't work for you either. I should have expected it--I mean, incubus/succubus , hello, but hope springs eternal. That's just an iron clad rule of romance for me. The book was well formatted. There were some editing issues that pulled me out of the story, and it does seem that the author has a little way to go to get into the show rather than tell range of writing, but I'm sure the story would totally work for the right kind of audience. That just wasn't me. I will say I really appreciated the jerk in the book getting his comeuppance in the end (I love that in a story). I shall have to check out her other non-incubus stories. They'd probably be a better fit for me.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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