Flame of the Succubus

Succubus Trainer, Book One
Narrated by: Austin Walp
Series: Succubus Trainer, Book 1
Length: 12 hrs and 22 mins
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Even Hell needs a hero.

Aidan Ward works security at a mental institution, but sometimes he thinks he should have been on the other side of the cells. Ever since he was young, a strange voice has whispered to him. A voice that grows loudest in times of rage.

After an encounter with a beautiful stranger, Aidan finds himself in the Abyss, a hellish landscape filled with lost souls, demons, and nightmarish beasts. But the most powerful beings in this infernal plane are Seekers, preternatural warriors who harness their inner Flame to become gods and godslayers. Reigning above them all is the Obsidian Emperor.

To survive in the Abyss, Aidan must become a Seeker. Yet his body is cursed, his channels of Flame permanently blocked by an ancient legacy. When a young succubus tries to slay him, Aidan discovers a spiritual affinity for her instead, a gift of that same heritage. By joining with her in body and spirit, Aidan creates his own path to power.

But Aidan's arrival has not gone unnoticed. Those who would challenge the Obsidian Emperor believe that Aidan's ancestry is the key to victory. For the Obsidian Emperor, fearing a portent of his doom, has issued a decree that threatens the very fabric of the planes. Some will hunt him. Others will covet him. Danger will follow him, wherever he goes.

Master. Savior. Ruler. The Path of the Flame leads down many roads. But first, Aidan must cultivate the inner power fueling himself and his demonic bonds before the rising threats overwhelm them. And through it all, the dark voice in Aidan's heart grows louder and louder...

Flame of the Succubus marries elements of xianxia, dark fantasy, western mythology, and video games. The listener should expect explicit scenes and a heavier tone that matches the growth of a succubus harem in a hellish setting. Co-cultivation of Aidan and his succubi is also integral to the progression fantasy elements. You have been warned.

©2019 Jason Herc (P)2020 Jason Herc

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Better then most in this genre,

However with that said and a MC who is not naive or an a** it just was not believable. The sex scenes was just not realistic. Don't get me wrong perhaps in a book 2 or 3 they would be but not in book 1. In a book 1 the MC would or should want to savor his first but instead he always had sloppy seconds which is fine in a longer relationship but do you or anyone really want to go second when its your first time with someone?

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Good

Good start to a new series ! It’s definitely worth the credit or whatever. Just do it

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Good book

Flame of the Succubus marries elements of xianxia, dark fantasy, western mythology, and video games. The reader should expect explicit scenes and a heavier tone that matches the growth of a succubus harem in a hellish setting. Co-cultivation of Aidan and his succubi is also integral to the progression fantasy elements. You have been warned.

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Good book was worth the chance

Great start for the story line. Would wait before the second book come out to get a better affect. Only complain was the emporer's voice was complete garbage. Got on my nerves.

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Very Good

I bought this thinking it was only going to be marginal at best. I was very pleasantly surprised at the plot and character development. Definitely will keep an eye out for #2. My only minor comment is the narrator isn’t very good at female voices. (He’s a guy so I suppose it’s allowed) Worth buying.

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Glad I gave this one a chance

I really liked this book. It was a good start to what could be a great series. The storyline was interesting. The performance was good. It's worth a credit. Looking forward to the next book in the series.

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struggle

it was a struggle to keep with. the voice actor didnt have a wide range of voice either

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needs a lady to narrate

the narrator is almost monotone when it comes to the female parts. almost no inflection or really anything considered performance when it comes to the narrator a lot of times it's enough to pull you out of the book and make you concentrate on how bad of a job the narrator is doing. the narrator alone is almost enough reason for me not to want to continue the series and there's definitely enough for me not to listen to this book again

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A great story with horrible narration.

While i enjoy the tale, but the narrator is so boring with a dry and monotone voice. This guy should not be reading erotica.

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  • 02-17-20

Narration is terrible

A decent story ruined by quite possibly the most wooden narration ever. Please change the narrator for subsequent stories in the series.

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  • John
  • 03-16-20

Flame of the Succubus.

I was surprised by how much I enjoy this book. Who do not love a book with hot Succubus baby's. This book is worth the price .