A psychotic episode was the only sensible explanation for his clouded memories, battered body and a lost week of time. Demons aren’t real. They don’t run adult shops or hunt students for their lust. Just because Finn’s housemate had pink hair, it didn’t make her a fae in league with the devil, or a one in a trillion, ‘chosen one’.
But it had felt so damn good to be important and desired, even if it was all in Finn’s head.
Returning to the swirling, beautifully passionate madness, or checking into a psychiatric facility are his options. Whichever way he steps, life as he knows it, is over.
Stranded between two untenable options, with the sun and the temperature going down, a smiling stranger provides a temporary respite from his dilemma.
Unfortunately for Finn, demons and fae are not the only beings stalking the night for the troubled and unwary.
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2018
OMG!!! Into the life and love of an incubus and a human. Eeeeeek! I love all things fantasy and Ms. Jaye has taken me on a ride into the mind and body of a demon who loves nothing more than to drain your lust.
Finn, the main protagonist, is in love with his boyfriend, Charlie. Oh lordie, don't make me start on Charlie. I hate this bugger with a passion. He was not what my boy needed and I was kinda, sorta jumping up and down when Ezra came in the story. Finn has been in a 'relationship' with douche Charlie for a few years now and let's just say their love life was nothing to get excited about. Finn being the young soul he was, tried his best to be everything that Charlie needed. But alas being the ass with the hole he was, he didn't do much for me. But my boy loved him.
Fast forward to present time, and thanks to a funky haired girlfriend, Finn meets Ezra and boom. Everything is perfect in my little world of books and book boyfriends. Ezra walks in with his magnetic charm and meets Finn, changing everything in the demons's world because FINN is S.P.E.C.I.A.L!!! How special you ask?
Well if you want to know more, 1-click this off-the-charts sexy connection between a devilish incubus and an innocent little mortal who has a suave boyfriend, whom I DO NOT LIKE. Like at all. So dive into Emma Jaye's world of seducing a human and forever hold your kindle to your heart, happy!!!!
Reviewed in the United States on October 10, 2019
We pick up right where we left off in Incubus Seduction. Finn is trying to figure what’s going on and Ezra isn’t helping as he’s being his normal selfish self. I wish Ezra would stop glamouring/compelling Finn so much. One would think Ezra would take more care with someone so special to him. That being said, Ezra and Finn together are so hot. They have an amazing connection and chemistry. I hope it grows into more as the series progresses.
I really want Pixie’s story and how she ended up with Ezra. Also I would like Milo’s story. He seems like he has a storied history. Plus I like his attitude. I was not expecting the ending and it will be interesting what happens next. I have a feeling it’s going to get worse for Finn before it gets better. Great suspense and world-building by Emma Jaye.
Emma Note: You wish was my command Devoted Reader - you'll find The story of how Ezra and Pixie meet in Incubus Revived.
Reviewed in the United States on November 24, 2017
OMG! What happened here was just crazy! Demons, shifters, fae and poor Finn stuck in the middle of all those hot bodies around. Emma Jaye sweeps me off my feet time after time leaving me sitting on my ass guessing what will happen next?
This series is totally not to miss. Very fresh in MM genre if you love complicated relationship and not a simple vanilla romance, cuz this is as far from vanilla as you can imagine.
Looking forward to read the next book.
Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2019
I love the rollercoaster of emotions this book gave me. I liked this second book even more than the first one. It has being great getting to know all the characters and to understand this world. Everything has being so interesting, so different also.It’s being such a great read.