on Feb. 4, 2017 :
Althea, the succubus daughter of Lilith, is not happy when she is summoned out of her body and, threw a nasty accident, is thrust in the body of Rachel. A forty-year-old MILF that is so focused on her career, she doesn't have a sex life.
Alethea cannot abide that. It's time for the naughty succubus to change Rachel's persepctive. If she's going to be trapped in a mortal's body, she's going to have her fun, and all the delicious come she can get. Nudging Rachel and spreading her lusty magic, she sees so many possibilities for Rachel to have fun with, inlcuding her two adult children.
But the demon needs to start with baby steps. And Rachel's hot, young inten is just the guy for the job to rev the MILF's sex life back into action!
Idle Hands is a hot, naughty romp, teasing with the possibility of incest between mother, her son and daughter. It lays the foundation for a naughty series to come while still delivering hot sex as Rachel finally gets to be the MILF she's ment to as she seduces her hot intern and gives him a going away present he'll never forget.
The series brims with so much erotic potential. The sexy is hot and it promies to deliver even more naughty fun in the future. Needless to say, I have bought book two and am looking forward to where this series goes. Its well written, the author taking time to sketch out character dynamics that will only lead to more wicked acts.
This series has it all! Juicy sex, hot MILF's, naughty daughters, and wicked succubus. If you're fun of stories too hot for Amazon to handle, then check out Church's The Succubus series.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
on April 2, 2016 :
Althea is having a really bad day. It’s not enough that a mere mortal has harmed her, it’s not just that she had to take up residence in a mortal woman to survive. No, the real problem is that she can’t get out of the mess she’s in without the mortal’s help. It’s going to be a long road, filled with peril, strife, loss and more. Neither of them will be the same, and in the end, perhaps both will learn something about themselves that they didn’t expect before.
The work is interesting in many aspects, not the least of which is how Rachel, the main character of the series, sees her world at the beginning, how that changes over time through Althea’s presence, and what that drives the story towards by the end. There’s a thoughtful, gradual change in Rachel, not just physically, but mentally and emotionally. How Althea does so, the way Rachel’s thoughts move from being a bit cold and focused, to being something more seductive, passionate, and emotional, made a real difference.
Althea’s path through the story is somewhat “behind the scenes” but there’s a good, logical reason for that, it makes complete sense, and there’s nothing strange or off putting about it. There has been thought given to what could Althea do, how could she influence Rachel, and what comes with her doing so. This core plot has a grounding in this first work, it lays out a path through which the series can follow, and in doing so allows for some erotic moments that work quite well as Rachel succumbs to Althea’s needs.
The erotic undertones don’t overcome the story, which I liked very much. There is a bit of self-pleasure, which was delicious, there’s a seduction scene that was very hot, very well written and I enjoyed. While there are but a few erotic moments to focus on, Althea’s influence on Rachel, those little whispers of ideas, thoughts and suggestions that pop in and out of the story are hot and teasing in what they promise. That is quite a talent to have as a writer and it is done here exceptionally well. The double entendres are amusing, the moments of scattered sexual thoughts made me smile. They are little punctuations in the story that make it more alive, more passionate, and more seductive.
The writing is lovely, there’s nothing that takes the story away, leaves it without direction or purpose. The erotica mixes well, not being silly or over the top. Each character, from Althea and Rachel through Rachel’s family, have their own personalities, thoughts, needs and goals. There’s a story for each of them and I feel that seeing how Althea’s presence touches each will make things more complicated, but also for a more fully realized story overall.
As the work progressed, there were quite a few moments when I had questions, thoughts and pondered over things that one character or another did. Rachel’s office scene with another character made me wonder about something and what that might mean going forwards. Rachel’s son and daughter have quite a few issues to work though, many with their parents, and I look forward to seeing what happens there. Most of all, the singular question of what Althea’s overall plan is, what happens to Rachel along the way is the largest question of all.
I would have liked to have seen a bit more told about Althea herself, though really that couldn’t happen, all things considered, because of her situation. There’s just something about her that I can’t quite put my finger on. She’s not stereotypical, I’m hoping that she remains so, and I think the author has a goal for her that is every bit as important as what happens to Rachel. The other thing that I would have liked to see more of would be a little more time spent before Rachel seduced another character. I felt like there is something missing just before that point that would explain what happened.
I highly recommend this work for the characters, the depth of the plot, the time taken to tell each of the main characters’ stories. This opening work doesn’t focus mainly on the erotica, the erotica is used to push the story forwards intelligently, which I really quite enjoyed. I have high hopes and expectations overall and I believe this series will be one of my continuing favourites to follow throughout.
Four and a half out of five pitchforks.
Althea has a “home”, it’s in need of a bit of tender loving care that only a succubus can give. I think that’s the most captivating part here and I look forward to what comes next…
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)