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Solid book although, I am a little disappointed that their doesn't seem to be much in the way of repercussions when any of the characters get in trouble. A little danger isn't a bad thing.
Kyle has been thinking and dreaming of Timothy Frost since they escaped from the dimensional pocket (The Towers and the Tears). Frost has been avoiding Kyle. He has even moved to an apartment off campus. Kyle wants to find him and talk to him. Kyle starts seeing Lindy. She is enchantress (magically speaking) but her power seems to be diminishing. Kyle agrees to help her obtain extra power for an exam, and they start dating.
Several girls on campus have been having strange dreams. They are being visited by a person in their dreams. In the dreams they have sex with the man whether they want to or not. Some of the girls were virgins before the dream, but they were not after the dream (they can tell by a pearl that changes from virgin white to black). There seems to be an incubus on campus and that is who is visiting the girls. Who is this incubus (male version of succubus)? Several people are having trouble with their powers. Their powers are diminishing and they can no longer see the magical buildings (makes it hard to get to class if you cannot see the building). What is happening? Kyle wants to find out what is going on as well as finish his junior project and find Frost.
I give The Incubus and the Angel 3 out of 5 stars. It is okay, but not great. The first book in the series, The Siren and the Sword, was much better. To understand The Incubus and the Angel you do need to read the first two books in the series (otherwise nothing will make sense). This book does contain detailed sex scenes and foul language.
I received a complimentary copy of The Incubus and the Angel from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The review and ratings are strictly my own!
Story: Kyle has let Frost get into his head and now he can't get him out. Frost, meanwhile, has disappeared - only appearing in certain hours of the day and avoiding Kyle altogether. When an incubus begins haunting the dreams of several of the female students, Kyle wants to help uncover the stalker. But only one other student has the knowledge to do so - and it will take esoteric arts to capture the spirit. But Frost is still avoiding Kyle like the plague.
There were quite a few reveals in this penultimate in the series. The writing is stronger and author Tan really caught her stride with The Incubus and the Angel. The sex scenes especially continue to impress - never lurid or vulgar, repetitious or disenchanting. They are so sweet that they have the same impact as a romantic kiss scene. That's a rare skill and the strength of the series.
The erotic and magic scenes are integrated smoothly into the plot. What we don't have is a case of plot - magic - plot - sex - plot - sex. Rather, it's a smooth and seamless transition scene to scene that makes sense and furthers the story and character development. Especially the latter - I've enjoyed seeing the characters grow across the series thus far.
While this will never be high literature, it is a pleasure to read. A lovely concoction of magic, romance, erotica, and likeable characters. I look forward to the last book. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.