The Devilin Fey (paranormal erotic romance, incubus succubus)

The Devilin Fey (paranormal erotic romance, incubus succubus)

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by Jess C Scott
     
 

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A paranormal romance novella of two stories, featuring an incubus and succubus.

Story #1 (The Devilin Fey) features a demure young woman who unleashes the "devil in" her, through the intimacy with an incubus--her incubus.

Story #2 (Tongue-Tied) features a voyeuristic succubus driven by jealousy and a dangerous fixation.

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Overview

A paranormal romance novella of two stories, featuring an incubus and succubus.

Story #1 (The Devilin Fey) features a demure young woman who unleashes the "devil in" her, through the intimacy with an incubus--her incubus.

Story #2 (Tongue-Tied) features a voyeuristic succubus driven by jealousy and a dangerous fixation.

Recommended for readers who are seeking something different in the "paranormal romance" genre.

* Part of the NAKED HEAT incubus/succubus anthology (significant savings for anthology).

GENRE: Paranormal Romance / Urban Fantasy / 33,000 words

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NOTE: The author's brand of "paranormal romance" tends to be more complex/spiritual > commercial (lots of ground to cover!). The focus is on the story, not romantic/erotic fluff. Please visit the author's website for more info/excerpts -- jessINK.com/sven.htm

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REVIEWS:

"Devilishly delicious." -- Horror Author, Andy Love

"I really enjoyed this story of an incubus and the woman he transforms...the author really hits her stride in paranormal stories." -- Review @ Bitten by Books

"[The pages] were filled with passion, adventure, mystery and a love that pulls at the heart strings." -- Review @ Addicted To Romance

"[The Devilin Fey] was erotic without being pornographic, emotional without being sappy, spiritual without being preachy...just enjoyable reading. Kudos to Jess Scott." -- Paul G. / Amazon review, July 2010

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EXCERPT:

Chapter I: Zac

Zac Walsh.

He shared some physical likenesses with the stranger in my dreams. The pale, moonlit skin. Light, ash brown hair. A well-proportioned, good physique.

What a mix-up.

Nobody dared to say anything about a famous alumnus of Art Ex University. Zac was the NYT-Bestselling Author of Seduction 101: All The Dirt on Women. It was obvious his entire existence centered around putting females ‘in their place’.

I was writing an exposé for the widely-read quarterly school magazine, entitled, Zac Walsh’s Portrayal Of Women. It focused on the derogatory, negative social impact of the publication (complete with a hot pink cover of a platinum blonde bombshell with her heart shaped tushy, high up in the air), and why anybody with half a brain should take him for the scum he was.

He must have heard about it. He sent me an e-mail, saying he wanted to meet me in person. I didn’t feel like replying, so I didn’t.

In the next e-mail, he said he wanted to share his perspective, and be quoted as an original source in the write-up.

It would be “a unique opportunity” — I couldn’t argue with that. I decided to be upfront, professional, and beat it after that.

We met at Bound’ry, a trendy upscale restaurant in the heart of town. I picked my best little black dress for the occasion, a chiffon tiered one shoulder by BCBG Max Azria.

Zac had a...presence. There was something in the way he carried himself. His medium layered hairstyle with side swept bangs exuded a daredevil, roguish kind of attitude. He looked younger than his twenty-nine years.

It made me think: maybe he was the stranger I had been dreaming about, for the past week or so. Sometimes, the stranger and I would be making love. I seemed to hear his soul: it was struggling, seeking something.

The crazy sentimentalist in me went one step ahead: perhaps I had been lucky enough to find ‘the man of my dreams’...literally?

Zac’s light grey eyes met my green, speckled ones. We had just been seated at the table.

“You know, Miss Fey,” he said, leaning in on my last name. “I think you and I are going to end up in the same bed, by the end of the night.”

He sounded more confident, than lewd. Still, I was going to stay on the smart, safe side.

“Really?” I replied. I even arched my boobies up a little bit, a subtle tease.

“That’s charming.”

I took a sip of my drink before firing off some questions about his publications, all of which he calmly responded to with incredible rationality.

“I’m guessing you’re single?” Zac said.

“Is there anything wrong with that?” My tone was a tad bit...condescending.

“No — it’s a pity though. You make good company.”

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Editorial Reviews

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"I really enjoyed this story of an incubus and the woman he transforms...the author really hits her stride in paranormal stories." -- Review @ Bitten by Books

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452351513
Publisher:
jessINK
Publication date:
12/16/2010
Series:
Naked Heat Anthology
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
761 KB

Meet the Author

Jess is a full-time author/artist/non-conformist. She works in a diverse range of genres such as urban fantasy, erotic (not pornographic) fiction, young adult fiction, poetry, and cyberpunk.

As a writer, Jess focuses on style and substance over short-term success with current fads and marketing hype.

Visit her website for free samples and more!

WEBSITE: jessINK.com
MEDIA: jessINK.com/media.htm
DISCLAIMER: jessINK.com/porn_vs_erotica.htm

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TWITTER: twitter.com/jesscscott

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Devilin Fey 2.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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I would recommend trying this novella and this author. I have read a lot in this genre and I believe she has a different take which keeps you interested. The storyline is new. I hope Ms. Scott will try a full length novel soon because she has a voice that should be heard. -- R. Simons / Amazon
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They say, after surprise, the most common response to porn is boredom; thus I would label this more porn than story. Nice erotic scenes without any plot linkage. The first (separate) hetero story is a salvagable concept. Maybe a writing class assignment could be to get more coherence and character development for the incubus character...I was almost engaged.