- File Size: 292 KB
- Print Length: 91 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Deep Desires Press (May 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071J1KWHJ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,572,122 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Incubus Touch (Polar Nights Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I don't have a problem with PWP, I really don't. I might not have picked it up right now if I'd known that is was it is, but I'm fine with a strictly sexy-time read. But this book also bothered me in its gendered portrayals. I know a lot of people don't like reviewers to say one half of a male/male couple is female-like. I totally get that, because there are a million ways to be masculine and breaking from the stereotypical narrative of manhood doesn't make you a woman. But in this book the smaller man is the 'catcher' (exclusively and that's how it's referred to in the book), waits to be claimed and appears to have no active say in the matter. He gets excited because the bigger man makes him walk on the inside of the sidewalk, holds doors for him and makes sure he enters shops first, before buying him anything he wants. These are things traditionally and prescriptively done by a 'gentleman' for his 'lady.' I'm not saying Valyn was female. I'm saying Valyn's presentation was shoved violently into a gendered box and that gender was female. There are more ways to be in a relationship other that heteronormative ones, especially sharply heteronormative ones.
All in all, if you want a quick little sexy read pick this one up. But don't expect much more from it.
Note: I received a copy from the author, but I chose to read and review it.
I would like to tell you about this new world I have discovered. It has been here for centuries, but I have never really paid any attention to it. But Oh, boy. Have I been missing out!
I’m going in with baby steps, and I’ll advise you to stay close to me because it’s going to get dangerous.
Keep in mind. If it quacks like a duck and it walks like a duck that doesn’t automatically make it a duck! Nothing really is as it appears to be.
Siryn Sueng lured me into her universe right from the very first page, and it was impossible for me to put Incubus Touch down before I had turned the very last page.
Her world is set in Tromsø, which is in the northern part of Norway. The place where cold combined with darkness rule the Winters. Incubus Touch is about creatures of the night, and they love to live in Tromsø!
We meet Valyn at the beginning of the story. He is a siren, who can take control over other beings by singing. He is also lonely and desperate to be claimed by another creature. If someone claims him, he doesn’t have to spend the winter all alone.
At a secret supernatural club in Tromsø Jakai bumps into him, and they are both swept away by passion and lust. Jakai is an incubus. An incubus is a male demon that seduces other people and has a LOT of sex!
Jakai is a flirtatious, seductive hunk of a sex demon! He makes Valyn almost go into a sex-induced coma, and that leads to some very scorching hot scenes. Jakai claimes Valyn in the most powerful and erotic way, swoon!
However, something evil skulks in the dark and is threatening their happiness.
Without revealing the plot, it’s safe to say that the book is action filled and very entertaining. It mesmerized, intrigued and enchanted me.
I could feel Siryn Sueng’s passion for the story and characters. The chemistry between Jakai and Valyn was off the charts, and because of the claiming it was very insta, but in an arranged marriage type of way. It felt like love at first sight, but they both knew that they were just getting to know each other and they didn’t know what to expect from the other. It was so sweet the way they slowly discovered who their partner really was.
It had some fascinating supporting characters, and I can’t wait to read more from the gang.
It does end in a cliffy, so I really hope that Siryn hurries up and gives me some more because I’m so bewitched by this new world.
Thanks to the author and Deep Desires Press for this enthralling advanced copy.