Nightshade, a hermaphrodite Sincubus
with enough piercings to make your neighborhood biker jealous,
is a blend of goat, female and male parts the “he/she” is a
bastard child from a forbidden Incubus/ Succubus affair.
Hidden in an alternative place from both sides of its genetic
make-up, it awaits its next meal with excitement, be it of the
carnal or fleshly kind. Nightshade, so named by its latest
meal Ash, a vampire down on life and no longer looking forward
to the next sunset or liquid meal. Ash will soon learn that
if it’s death she’s looking for, there are those in this world
willing and able to give it to her.
Stephanie Burke, flash to her fans,
never disappoints. If you like your books hot and twisted,
then The Sincubus is just what you ordered.
With a complex blend of personality traits, not quite all male
with soft feminine attributes, Nightshade is nothing short of
an enigma. I could never quite decide if I was reading a
lesbian tale, or about how it feels to be taken by an
effeminate male with enough skill to make you lose your mind.
Ash, the depressed vamp in the story couldn’t quite keep her
lust at bay and made the perfect morsel for the ravenous demon
that knew enough about the female body to leave you delirious
for hours. This story left me laughing, cringing and dripping
all at the same time. If you’re looking for something, wild
and out of the ordinary, this is definitely it! With a
perfect blend of plot, kink and quirkiness, The Sincubus
made it to the top of my list of books to read again, again