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HaBO: Possible Incubus and/or Succubus?

This HaBO is from Maggie, who wants to track down this erotic historical paranormal romance:

I’m desperately trying to find a book I bought at Barnes & Noble in Southern California between 2010 and 2015.

Things I know:

– The cover had a warning on it about the book being sexy.

– The protagonist was just learning about her paranormal powers, and the love interest was trying to teach her.

– The love interest lived in a communal setting with others of his type of paranormal creature.

– There’s a scene where the man has brought the woman home and removes a rod from a cabinet, then sits down on it.

– There’s a scene where the love interest is showing the protagonist around the house, and they come across a room with two men and a woman having DP sex. The woman says something about how she’s so full, and the man says something about how she isn’t yet and adds a toy. At the end of this scene one of the men says something like “God I can’t hold it” and they all finish together while the male protagonist and female protagonist watch.

Things I think I remember (these may or may not be accurate, but this is the best I can do):

– I don’t think the book was not set in modern times. I do think it was set in the Victorian era.

– I’m pretty sure either the love interest was an incubus OR the protagonist was a succubus OR both.

– I’m fairly certain the cover was red, and the people on it weren’t clearly visible (they were in profile, or it was a close up of somewhere).

It’s not by one of the big names in paranormal romance, like Ilona Andrews or Sherrilyn Kenyon, or if somehow it is it’s not one of their big series. It’s driving me crazy and any help would be appreciated!!

I was definitely doubting the sexiness warning until I finished reading the description.


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  1. Lara says:

    This miiiiiight be one of the Grotte Cache series by Louisa Burton. All four books are series of short stories and vignettes loosely linked, following several sexy supernatural creatures (a succubus, a satyr, a djinn, a gender-shifter called a dusios) who live in a remote chateau in France and are looked after/kept secret by a human family. In one of the stories (I think it’s in the second book, Bound By Moonlight), a young woman ends up at the chateau and is escorted around by the satyr–they definitely witnesses a threesome much as described above, and this particular story was set in the late 19th or early 20th century.

    Highly recommend the entire series!

  2. Lisa S says:

    No idea, but DP AND a toy?!?!

  3. DiscoDollyDeb says:

    @Lisa S: I believe the phrase we’re looking for is “over-subscribed”, lol.

  4. Jill Q. says:

    I don’t think this is what you’re looking for, but the author Lisa Cach wrote a duet about a succubus and an incubus *and* she wrote short form erotica for a while. I believe those were two different projects though.
    Mostly this made me think of how I miss her writing and she hasn’t put anything out (as far as I know) in a long time.

  5. Sarah says:

    Kate Pearce wrote some very erotic historical set in Victorian England. If I remember correctly, a few ER novels also had dragons. I don’t know that she wrote succubus/incubus but the Soul Sucker/Death Bringer duology remains one of my favorite fae series (Not as OTT spicy, more a paranormal mystery.) I checked Amazon and Kate’s website and I think there are some missing books from circa 2004/2007.

  6. Sarah says:

    Oops, no dragons for Kate Pearce but check out Sharon Page. Also a very erotic historical/paranormal writer. Blood Fire has a succubus heroine.

  7. Debbie says:

    I thought maybe Kate Pearce as well – the other Victorian era stories of this heat level I know of are by Emmanuelle deMaupassant.

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