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Incubus Inc.

Narrated by: Andrea Parsneau
Length: 15 hrs and 59 mins
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(Minor spoiler and warning at the bottom of the blurb. Please read all the way through.) 

Sameerixis, or Sam for those who actually know him, isn’t what you’d call normal. 

He’s a door-to-door salesman, of sorts. One that peddles wares, wishes, and whims to anyone willing to pay his prices. 

Prices that usually involve a few years of your life, maybe a handful of days, or a single night of pleasure that’ll cost a few hours. 

He’s an incubus that solves problems. Mental, emotional, spiritual, material, and anything and everything in between. Sam can provide an answer and resolution. 

A one-man shop and service provider. 

Or he was. When he had work available to him. 

Unfortunately, he’s been unable to work for quite a while, due to the simple fact that he’s been imprisoned against his will by an old business partner. 

Except something’s changed. 

A portal, a way back to the planes, has opened with his name on it. On the other side isn’t what he wished for nor what he feared. 

Sam’s made the choice to go back and start up his business again. From the ground up. In just a moment he’ll make that leap over and into another plane. 

Little does he know that with that first step he’ll move straight from the known, to the unknown, then to the inadvisable. 

Warning: This novel explores dark subjects, and what people will give up of themselves, and each other, to get what they want. The main character is written as a demon from another plane in a tough situation, and will not make choices that line up with societal and cultural norms. 

It contains adult themes and moral ambiguities. 

As with my previous work, explicit scenes are found within. It has violence and a harem relationship.

©2019 Randi Darren (P)2019 Randi Darren

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Incubus Inc.

Randi Darren is one of the most talented and skilled author's I enjoy his work greatly. And this book is no different and with the voice acting talents and skills of Andrea Parsneau who makes the characters and world come alive with the narration of this book. I'm can't wait to buy the next book in this series 12/10 stars a must to listen to and owned.

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Great Fun

Thoroughly enjoyed the story and the narrator to the extent I started at the beginning and listen to it all again

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  • J. Graybill
  • 03-10-2019

Surprising.

Much more than I expected based on the title and cover. Yes, it does get adult, but there is much more here too. I've been very satisfied by both Randi Darren and Andrea Parsneau in the past, so this was a guaranteed purchase for me. However, I did not have particularly high expectations for the story overall. I knew it'd be fun, but not that I'd truly develop an interest in the characters and their futures. Now, there is plenty of what you'd expect in a book about an Incubus, but it honestly makes light of itself, and the concept of this sort of story, about as much as it leans into it. Each encounter either adds to the character's depths or brings something new into the story. It is not only well done, but I am both pleasantly surprised and looking forward to more.

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There are hints of other stories the author has written, but nothing that a new reader would miss out on if they have yet to experience Randi's other books. Something to look forward to, if you do end up enjoying this one. Also William D. Arand books, which also contain relationships, but don't go into the details that Randi Darren books do.

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  • Zachary
  • 04-10-2019

Reversed nature

Wonderful story, was kind of worried it'd be along the lines of Fostering Faust since it's another of his dark themed books, but it was rather surprising, touched on one of my favorite themes. Who says the shadows can't be protective, that darkness can't seek out evil, that only light can be good?

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  • KC
  • 10-10-2019

Another hit

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Great start to another series by one of my favorite authors. I look forward to seeing how the series connects with the universe.If you like any other of Randi Darren's books you'll love this one too. Andrea Parsneau once again does an awesome job with the narration.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 22-11-2019

Incubus Inc

Read the book enjoyed it but DAMN did Andrea take it to another level. She makes it so you get sucked into the story. Randi provided the storyboard do you can Feel the Incubus when read by Andrea. At times that's good, other times it can be frustrating because you feel the character's frustration and his pleasure.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 15-11-2019

The Right Protagonist For A Harem Story

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Only that the fact that Sam feeds on the emotional essence provided from orgasms is an interesting take on the whole Succubus/Incubus stealing the life force of their vicims. And that not only is said essence required for him to live, but also that because he burnes through it much faster as he uses his magic gives a further insentive too add move women to the "feed harem". Aswell as creating situations where the quality and quantity of the emotional essence is much greater.

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  • Cece
  • 09-10-2019

excited

loved the whole thing. the narrator is just awesome. the book its self is awesome. cant wait for the next.

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  • Vincent P Short
  • 19-10-2019

Couldn't do it.

Before I start, I will say that I couldn't finish this book. I kept stopping and starting for lack of interest and boredom. I got about 1/3 of they way through before throwing in the towel. This book is boring. I like William D. Arrand/Randi Darren, but wow, this is by far his worst work.

First off the main character is uninteresting and is one dimensional. The way he is set up makes him doomed from the start. A character that needs sex to do anything gets old very fast. All of the ladies in the story have some intriguing quality that just falls flat and disappoints the more they showcase

The plot is rather simple, build power. That's it. There is some mention of an antagonist, but they are so irrelevant it isn't worth mentioning. There was also a very forced tie into Swing Shift that was kinda cool.

Andrea Parsneau was her usual great self. She can't carry a poorly written story though.

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  • k
  • 11-11-2019

Loved it

okay so the story was really good, well thought-out action scenes, excellent character dynamic with every character, some of the voices were a bit growly even for females but still I'd give the voice actor a 7 and a half out of 10 and every sex scene in the book was fantastic I honestly just wish I got to read two more sex scenes before the book ended or even better the writer could write a second and a third book which would also be fantastic and a automatic Buy for me.

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  • Daniel
  • 11-11-2019

great book

good story great characters the voice work was good but the main characters voice seemed too old and the succubus and some of the other girls voices just we not as sexy or feminine as I thought they should be.

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  • Henry
  • 10-11-2019

Ripens what time

This is a phenomenally read book very funny and gets better with time at the beginning you think it’s just about sex but it’s not it’s full of emotion and plot and it’s captivating.