- By Lily Fey

Turned into a Succubus: Gender Transformed by the Devil Herself

  • Title: Turned into a Succubus: Gender Transformed by the Devil Herself
  • Author: Lily Fey
  • ISBN: 9781311750402
  • Page: 433
  • Format: ebook
  • Turned into a Succubus Gender Transformed by the Devil Herself Arrogant sorcerer and gothic pretty boy Foster makes painstaking preparations and horrific sacrifices in order to bring the Devil into this world so that he may ask Satan himself if he can serve unde

    Arrogant sorcerer and gothic pretty boy Foster makes painstaking preparations and horrific sacrifices in order to bring the Devil into this world, so that he may ask Satan himself if he can serve under him as a demon The only thing is, the Prince of Darkness is like a Princess of Darkness, and she s not willing to turn Foster into a demon unless he can prove himselfArrogant sorcerer and gothic pretty boy Foster makes painstaking preparations and horrific sacrifices in order to bring the Devil into this world, so that he may ask Satan himself if he can serve under him as a demon The only thing is, the Prince of Darkness is like a Princess of Darkness, and she s not willing to turn Foster into a demon unless he can prove himself to her.Eager to please his Dark Mistress and prove his loyalty, Foster undergoes a gender transformation, and, if the newly transformed sorceress can prove herself, Satan just might turn her into a full fledged demon Little does Foster know that when you make a deal with the Devil you ve got to read the fine print, because Satan has quite the role in mind for her newfound demon to be.This erotic horror short story features gender transformation, a menage with a Satanic heavy metal band, and finally a steamy and dark demonic encounter with one fertile succubus.

    1 thought on “Turned into a Succubus: Gender Transformed by the Devil Herself

    1. Wow, just wow. A very short read (just 32 pages) but absolutely gorgeous. Perfectly balanced horror, erotica, humour and schadenfreude deliciously wrapped up with a polkadot ribbon for greedy consumption. Foster, the hero, an arrogant young sorcerer is granted his wish from Satan, but the maxim “be careful what you wish for” is wonderfully apropos.

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