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Even Hell needs a hero. Aidan Ward works security at a mental institution, but sometimes he thinks he should have been on the other side of the cells. Ever since he was young, a strange voice has whispered to him. A voice that grows loudest in times of rage. After an encounter with a beautiful stranger, Aidan finds himself in the Abyss, a hellish landscape filled with lost s Even Hell needs a hero. Aidan Ward works security at a mental institution, but sometimes he thinks he should have been on the other side of the cells. Ever since he was young, a strange voice has whispered to him. A voice that grows loudest in times of rage. After an encounter with a beautiful stranger, Aidan finds himself in the Abyss, a hellish landscape filled with lost souls, demons, and nightmarish beasts. But the most powerful beings in this infernal plane are Seekers, preternatural warriors who harness their inner Flame to become gods and godslayers. Reigning above them all is the Obsidian Emperor. To survive in the Abyss, Aidan must become a Seeker. Yet his body is cursed, his channels of Flame permanently blocked by an ancient legacy. When a young succubus tries to slay him, Aidan discovers a spiritual affinity for her instead, a gift of that same heritage. By joining with her in body and spirit, Aidan creates his own path to power. But Aidan's arrival has not gone unnoticed. Those who would challenge the Obsidian Emperor believe that Aidan's ancestry is the key to victory. For the Obsidian Emperor, fearing a portent of his doom, has issued a decree that threatens the very fabric of the planes. Some will hunt him. Others will covet him. Danger will follow him, wherever he goes. Master. Savior. Ruler. The Path of the Flame leads down many roads. But first, Aidan must cultivate the inner power fueling himself and his demonic bonds before the rising threats overwhelm them. And through it all, the dark voice in Aidan's heart grows louder and louder… Flame of the Succubus marries elements of xianxia, dark fantasy, western mythology, and video games. The reader should expect explicit scenes and a heavier tone that matches the growth of a succubus harem in a hellish setting. Co-cultivation of Aidan and his succubi is also integral to the progression fantasy elements. You have been warned.


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Even Hell needs a hero. Aidan Ward works security at a mental institution, but sometimes he thinks he should have been on the other side of the cells. Ever since he was young, a strange voice has whispered to him. A voice that grows loudest in times of rage. After an encounter with a beautiful stranger, Aidan finds himself in the Abyss, a hellish landscape filled with lost s Even Hell needs a hero. Aidan Ward works security at a mental institution, but sometimes he thinks he should have been on the other side of the cells. Ever since he was young, a strange voice has whispered to him. A voice that grows loudest in times of rage. After an encounter with a beautiful stranger, Aidan finds himself in the Abyss, a hellish landscape filled with lost souls, demons, and nightmarish beasts. But the most powerful beings in this infernal plane are Seekers, preternatural warriors who harness their inner Flame to become gods and godslayers. Reigning above them all is the Obsidian Emperor. To survive in the Abyss, Aidan must become a Seeker. Yet his body is cursed, his channels of Flame permanently blocked by an ancient legacy. When a young succubus tries to slay him, Aidan discovers a spiritual affinity for her instead, a gift of that same heritage. By joining with her in body and spirit, Aidan creates his own path to power. But Aidan's arrival has not gone unnoticed. Those who would challenge the Obsidian Emperor believe that Aidan's ancestry is the key to victory. For the Obsidian Emperor, fearing a portent of his doom, has issued a decree that threatens the very fabric of the planes. Some will hunt him. Others will covet him. Danger will follow him, wherever he goes. Master. Savior. Ruler. The Path of the Flame leads down many roads. But first, Aidan must cultivate the inner power fueling himself and his demonic bonds before the rising threats overwhelm them. And through it all, the dark voice in Aidan's heart grows louder and louder… Flame of the Succubus marries elements of xianxia, dark fantasy, western mythology, and video games. The reader should expect explicit scenes and a heavier tone that matches the growth of a succubus harem in a hellish setting. Co-cultivation of Aidan and his succubi is also integral to the progression fantasy elements. You have been warned.

30 review for Flame of the Succubus: A cultivation dark fantasy (Succubus Trainer Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dave Stone

    Pretty Damned Good. That was his first book? Reminded me of Daniel Schinhofen and a little of E. William Brown. Flame of the Succubus gets a 4 out of 5 in almost every category. World building, Plot, Characters, Pacing, Action, etc. 4 out of 5 in everything but originality. And yet it has a little something extra, And indefinable something that makes it a little bit more. How does this secret ingredient manifest? By keeping a mean MC from feeling like a jerk. By taking a done to death premise an Pretty Damned Good. That was his first book? Reminded me of Daniel Schinhofen and a little of E. William Brown. Flame of the Succubus gets a 4 out of 5 in almost every category. World building, Plot, Characters, Pacing, Action, etc. 4 out of 5 in everything but originality. And yet it has a little something extra, And indefinable something that makes it a little bit more. How does this secret ingredient manifest? By keeping a mean MC from feeling like a jerk. By taking a done to death premise and making if feel fresh, although not new. This book engages in almost every trope from the Harem/Monster girl playbook and somehow avoids feeling cliche. Most especially in the relationship between MC (aka Master) and the Monster girls (aka Slaves). This is an inherently creepy power dynamic and even the very best writers struggle to keep the reader from getting just a little queasy. But Jason Herc Takes everything one step further from the bedroom to the battlefield and makes it all seem palatable and maybe even benevolent. Special Note: The narrator of the audiobook: Austin Walp delivers the entire text in a dry understated deadpan. This works very well for descriptions of landscapes and surroundings. It also is very effective when the MC is declaring his intent to pull someone's gizzard out through their ear-hole. Where the dry unemotive style becomes jarring in in the sex scenes. Dirty pillow talk, cries of orgasmic passion, and descriptions of carnal penetration delivered in a down to earth tone of voice with a mid western accent at the same mild mannered pace takes some getting used to. Still it's not bad. I hope he narrates the next book too.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tacticalguy

    A new voice in harem/game lit? This book was a lot of fun. I had never read anything by this author before and on a lark, decided that the cover and story title made reading this an even wager. Well worth the time. I'm already invested in the characters and can't wait to read the next one of the series. A new voice in harem/game lit? This book was a lot of fun. I had never read anything by this author before and on a lark, decided that the cover and story title made reading this an even wager. Well worth the time. I'm already invested in the characters and can't wait to read the next one of the series.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Drew

    NICE 😁 So this is dark fantasy harem, well I thought it was excellent and loved the mix of cultivation and demons with touch of sex, a very big touch mind, and swords as well. The MC is interesting with a great back story that comes out as the story progresses, with some good side characters as well. Definitely reading the next one, enjoy 😁

  4. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Kurtz

    Enjoyable read. I look forward to book 2. Definitely following this author

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jack

    Trash, but not in a negative way. A welcome breath of fresh air in a stale genre

  6. 4 out of 5

    Chace Brown

    Awesome Aidan is one awesome Mc. I really enjoyed the action and interactions of this book and I’m REALLY looking forward to the next one

  7. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Pascall

    I was provided a copy of this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review. As a big fan of fantasy novels and LitRPG (along with their sub-genre of cultivation tales) I have always been pretty rigid in my listening choice and stick to high fantasy settings that I know. One time I strayed into a more sexually-orientated style involving a mimic and came away both disappointed and angered by what I read and so I generally stay away from Harem style but the synopsis here took my fancy and so I was provided a copy of this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review. As a big fan of fantasy novels and LitRPG (along with their sub-genre of cultivation tales) I have always been pretty rigid in my listening choice and stick to high fantasy settings that I know. One time I strayed into a more sexually-orientated style involving a mimic and came away both disappointed and angered by what I read and so I generally stay away from Harem style but the synopsis here took my fancy and so I decided to ask for a chance to read the book. 12 hours later, I have finished and I decided to wait a few days before reviewing as I like to mentally compartmentalise aspects of a book before reviewing, particularly when they contain a genre or style that, generally, I dislike; such as the harem/sex aspect here. I have taken a few days to digest what I experienced and I feel I am ready. To avoid spoilers, I'll simply say that this is the tale of a man (Aidan) trapped in an infernal realm populated by demons, dark gods and those in between seeking a way home and, in his journey, he ends up 'bound' to 2 Succubi. Now in a lot of this type of story, the character cultivates through meditation of pulling energy into their being but here, being as he is bound with 2 Succubi, he does it through the carnal acts. I'm no prude and so scenes of a sexual nature don't concern me but (in reference to the earlier books I tried) the idea of a person being raped for fun is not my idea of good literature and so I was pleased to find that everything here was consensual and, while graphic, not grossly portrayed. Also, while Aidan clearly wasn't put out by having to do this, the emphasis soon became more aligned with the power and abilities this provided those involved and so it became more interesting to see what evolution this would lead to. And the progression of all the characters, both physically and narratively was very interesting. The abilities gained by the characters were interesting and added a real sense of excitement to the story and its many battles. I would say that, if I had to choose one thing that I didn't like, it was the names of some of the characters as they were extremely cliche at times and, meeting his first abyssal character had me rolling my eyes. Finally, any audiobook lives or dies on the spoken word and I'm pleased to say that Austin Walp, a narrator I was hitherto unfamiliar with, does a very good job or giving each character a sense of personality and even succeeds with the female characters too. My only niggle is that sometimes he pauses a tough too long between words mid-sentence which can leave my ears straining but this isn't a gamebreaker by any means. So in closing, really enjoyed this tale and, with the well handled cliffhanger, I am interested in continuing with the tale to discover what the future has in store for our lusty little trio.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ben Jackson

    A great beginning This has the makings of a great series. I really like the main characters. Aiden’s pretty cool. He’s a man with a mission; determined to do something important with his life. Ember’s his loyal partner. I look forward to seeing her second node unlocked. Allura and Helix’s are great additions too. The world building so far is pretty good. I look forward to the sequel. So much growth.

  9. 4 out of 5

    RBrasier2

    Really good Loved it hope you make a sequel i will be waiting for it and please dont do that auther thing like making a great book but never continue the story i have been seeing a lot of that lately

  10. 4 out of 5

    m1245

    A harem book with a great story. Nice plot, characters and magic/cultivation. Even the harem part are just right. The only thing that took a star from a 5 star ranking is the final op form and making it a prophecy. I personally hate those, because they relies too heavy on plotarmor and character development usually stagnates.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Matthew Wilkinson

    Meh

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lenron Brown

    This was a good book and how everything worked was pretty interesting. Definitely the first thing I’ve read where it all plays out in a hell scape.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Scott

    Great book This series is very interesting and different. The world created is just incredible and very brutal. I can’t wait for the next book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Justin Cox

    Interesting new series Entertain me series with an interesting premise. Fun characters, intrigue, mystery. Really looking forward to were the series goes in future books.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Adam Shook

    Needs editing An interesting take on cultivation but it was rough and really needed an editor I look forward to book 2

  16. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie St. John Doris

  17. 5 out of 5

    David

  18. 5 out of 5

    Craycray

  19. 5 out of 5

    Justin W Anderle

  20. 5 out of 5

    Howard

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marin Wyden

  22. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

  23. 5 out of 5

    Toro & Kesa

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sebastian

  25. 4 out of 5

    Eran Cohen

  26. 4 out of 5

    adrian A

  27. 4 out of 5

    Michael Banks

  28. 5 out of 5

    Velislav

  29. 4 out of 5

    beryl myatt

  30. 5 out of 5

    Matt Schaefer

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