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Inkubus by [de Long, K.]
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  • File Size: 4209 KB
  • Print Length: 208 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 27, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017AHE7TU
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In love. In. Freaking. Serious. Love!

If there's one thing I die for, it's certainly unique plots. And if they happen to be backed up with a story that keeps you on your toes, then woo-fuckin-hoo, I'm in heaven!!!

Cole is an incubus, and as we all know from common paranormal lore, creatures like him are strictly tied with sex. Feeding on sexual energy and what not. The book took this info a little further, making them invisible to the common eye unless they took a human form which was never theirs, since they're pretty much incorporeal. Acting upon their victims' darkest fantasies - victims that were never their choice, but were given to them from their elders - the incubi were to bed said victims, satisfy them, and then leave them pregnant, with very real babies. The sperm, though, was never the incubi's to begin with. Cole was already a bit, well, tired from all the victims he had to endure, and the newest one was his strangest case yet. Tabitha suffers from schizoprhenia, which means she sees things others don't, hallucinates. In other words, Tabby can see him! However, her therapist tells her not to treat him as a real person, and that's where it gets tricky. Because the two are starting to get attracted to each other more than a figment of imagination and an incubus's victim should be. And their blossoming love is threatening things that existed for centuries - things that will put them both in the center of VERY unwanted and deadly attention.

Like I said, unique plot. But not only that. You see, it's the first time we get a romance female lead who's a scizophrenic - at least for me it was. Finally, the heroine could behave as mental as she wanted, and it was alright!
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I received this book free from the author. No promises were made and this review is entirely free from influence.
I wanted to read this the minute I spotted schizophrenia in the blurb. Not just because I've had friends and acquaintances who were diagnosed with it, but because I suffer from an entirely different mental illness. People who are wonky in the brain meats don't get to see ourselves as heroes, we're always the damsels. Or if we aren't it's only because we were "fixed". I am thankful to say that neither was the case with this book. Our intrepid heroine kept her strength and her malfunctions and the story was all the better for it. There were a few typos here and there (mostly those little things we all miss, like due for do), but even those weren't enough to pull me from the story. I finished this book very quickly, but somehow with the pacing it seemed the exact right length. I definitely recommend this book.
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While it would not be dishonest to rate this with a perfect score, with subtle character development, a fast-paced plot, and protagonists that are real enough to root for, flaws and all, there is one element that made certain scenes difficult to read. There is a strong theme of abuse, neglect and exploitation that is far too commonplace in the real world, all based on the selfishness and whims of the horrible creatures in charge, completely lacking any kind of logical reasoning for it. The ones responsible don't even try to make excuses. They just use the old, (and again, far too commonplace) response, "How dare you question our decisions! This is treason! Kill anyone who knows the truth, immediately!" It bags the question, who put those vain, sociopathic monsters in charge in the first place? This book is fabulous and well-written, but could be disturbing to some readers, and is definitely geared towards an emotionally mature audience.
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