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The Good, the Bad, and the Crazy Stupid Hot

Succubus, Book 3
Narrated by: Iggy Toma
Series: Succubus, Book 3
Length: 13 hrs and 8 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

It's hot demon chicks vs. angelic babes! 

Ian and his succubus Alaria make their way to a gleaming city on the sea where multiple dangers await: a goblin mob boss. An underworld of thugs. And roving packs of vicious demons. 

Most dangerous of all: Alaria's tendency to bed every hot chick she sees. 

Drama ensues and the couple's future is in question, when in walks the most beautiful angel Ian's ever laid eyes on. Literally. She has wings, a halo, the whole bit. 

Can a sex demoness and a holy roller learn to get along? 

Relationships. Sometimes they're heaven…sometimes they're hell. 

Warning: This is a story featuring naked women, threesomes, kinky sex, demons, warlocks, violence, revenge, and moral quandaries.

©2018 A.J. Markam (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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fantastic

fantastic just as good as the 1st book will be listening to the rest of the series.

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  • Erik
  • 09-01-2019

Dark, depressing, and a total 180

I had a really hard time enjoying this book. The writing was good and the narration was great but it felt like the author completely scraped the ongoing story. What happend to taking down Alaria's evil ex-masters? And what happend to Alaria? Did the author got bored of her and the direction of the story and concocted a asinine and cringeworthy excuse to dump her in the first chapters and instead focus on a completely depressing and cringy subplot in which the MC turn into a whiny depressed asshole addicted to booze and griefing other players? I mean I began to really despise the MC and his jaded philosophy. Did the author go through a recent breakup or something and decide to reflect his venom and bile through his writing. I'm 3/4 of the way through but even if the story jumps back on track I have already lost any sympathy or respect for the MC. I'm sorry, I enjoyed the other books but I cant recommend this one.

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  • Dominique J. Thornton
  • 22-01-2019

Conflicted

This series has been a lot of fun. A great mix of LitRPG and exotica, but this book in particular had me cringing for about 75-80% of it. The MC I've come to love makes the most boneheaded decision and then turns into a total A- hole. You're thinking, well ok we all make mistakes then lash out. The problem here is that he kind of goes out of his way to go out of character and to become a total d!(k, at least in my eyes. There's even a section in the book which discusses how unnatural it is for humans to do this. In some ways it almost implies that this is his real character behind his fecade. I found myself wondering if I could just skip parts of the book, but I stayed strong and finished. I won't say what happen in the end, but I find myself questioning whether or not I'll be reading the next one.

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  • Koen
  • 09-01-2019

Omg

Wtf wat is die schrijver aan het doen lol ineens is de MC Een crybaby lol omg wat is die gast een dipshit

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  • Daniel
  • 21-02-2019

Just Crazy Stupid

For whatever reason the author thought it be a good idea to take the MC give his personality a 180 and turn him in to a drunken a-hole. Even when he knows he's doing the wrong thing he debates himself and dose it anyway. I found myself skipping large parts of this book because I found the MCs whining and complaining to cringey to put up with.

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  • Winston Smith
  • 10-01-2019

What was the author thinking!

The author lost his mind. Made the MC whine though 10 solid chapters and do something completely idiotic that doesn't make any sense. What waste of a great series.

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  • Rashala
  • 22-01-2019

Hillarious Though a Bit dragging

a hilarious D&Dish gamer romp, that's not afraid to make the hard and funny jokes and despite the description and warning its -NOT- just a mindless porn book but an actual story and saga that doesn't pull punches That said, I did find the Main Characters descent into drunken self pity a bit harsh. But I remembered from the first book he mentioned he -had- just been in and then out of a relationship outside the game and from experience I know that can make a person very......skittish and worried when they enter a new relationship. Not that I am saying him trying to make Alaria into a monogamous person behind her back was not a Dick move. But I can understand why he was so stuck on that, Given his greatest fear likeling is -losing- the one he loves AGAIN and having already been bruned badly in the real world yeah well.... Also one must remember the MC h as only been in single person relationships all the time he's been alive and as the programmer said some things one cannot just change without serious consequences. That Said he was trying to meet alarai half way, though It didn't seem alaria was trying much of that herself. I mean, the argument could be made that while alaria does love the MC he action in the port, of basically jumping anything that moved and all constantly could unsettle someone, specially someone in MC's Positon of now being on the Hook for 4k gold, and No help or support for that coming from Alaria. Homestly had he not pulled the PRogramer end run I honestly think they would have come to problems from that soon enough. I mean a relationship is two people, and they if they want to truly be happy together have to be willing to meet each other half way and be supportive of each other . the MC did try but....sometimes it seemed like ALaria never really did Overall a good read for the series, but recommend you settle in cause its going to be a long, and facepalming trip as Ian gets his crap together after The Incident., Personally I suggest focusing on Stig and his Sam Jackson imperssions in your mind if you get too Bummed or bored

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 05-09-2020

Not my favorite

I feel like it takes the main character too long to see what he is doing and grow out of his funk. I found myself wanting to give up on the book a few times

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  • Kim
  • 10-08-2020

truth about love and loss

some people have have said that the book wasn't any good because the mc changed what he was like in the story. this book hit a very close thing in me. SPOILERS. he changed yes. he fell into a very dark place he did things he didn't do before, but if you ever made a mistake that hurt the one person that you loved more than anything you ever loved before and they left and told you they hated you more than anyone who hurt in your mind worse than others before. it takes you to a dark place and you want to die yourself. it can change you. I loved this story I honestly think it was the best so far it had emotion and feeling and trying to find something in someone else to hide in to fill an emptiness in you.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-05-2020

Nice Listen

The voice acting was great and I liked the story just a few silly things like why is he doing that etc. overall really enjoyed the continuation of the story and can’t wait to see what happens in the next one. Keep up the good work.

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  • Casillas
  • 01-02-2020

Nice

Another fun book and this time with an Angel(spoiler??)! And still plenty of referances that make me wonder how copyright works.

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  • Andrew C.
  • 15-04-2019

Lacks the subtle anticipation of the first book

Skipped half the chapters that had sex scenes to get back to story. Same old.