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The Devilin Fey

(Naked Heat Anthology #1)

3.38  ·  Rating details ·  39 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Story #1 (The Devilin Fey) features a demure young woman unleashing the "devil in" her, through the intimacy with an incubus.

Story #2 (Tongue-Tied) features a voyeuristic succubus driven by jealousy and a dangerous fixation.

* Recommended for readers seeking something different in the "paranormal romance" genre. These stories are about an incubus and succubus, so yes, sex i
ebook, 134 pages
Published May 28th 2010 by Smashwords Edition (first published May 27th 2010)
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Caitlin Fey, a struggling journalist, is intent on exposing play boy Zac Walsh - the New York Times Bestselling author of Seduction 101: All The Dirt on Woman - for the womanizing, demeaning, chauvinistic a-hole that he really is. Complications arise however when upon meeting Zac, Caitlin can't help but liken him to her dream lover in looks and mannerisms. Young, naive and idealistic, Caitlin falls for the sleazy opening line of "You know, Miss Fey," he said, le
The Devilin Fey by Jess C Scott
* I received this ARC free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

Story 1, The Devlin Fey centers around a female college student Caitlin who has been having dreams of a strange man coming to her at night. Through her relationship with him, she takes on succubus qualities at night, while remaining human.

The incubus, Lucius is tired of a life of meaningless fornication and is looking for someone to share his world with him. He hand picks Caitlin because h
Misty Baker
I was first introduced to Jess C Scott through her blog-novel “Eyeleash.” While I found it very intriguing, and unquestionably unique it was also very difficult to critique her writing style due to its formatting… so when she asked me to take a look at her novella “The Devilin Fey” I was excited. Here was my chance to see how well Scott pushed her pen, and if her more “mainstream” attempt at writing was as interesting as her previous work.

It was not.

Please do not misunderstand me… Scott’s writin
Pamela / SpazP
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Summary: A novella of two stories. Story #1 features a demure young woman unleashing the “devil in” her, through the intimacy with an incubus. Story #2 features a voyeuristic succubus driven by jealousy and a dangerous fixation.

“The Devilin Fey (story #1): A demure young woman unleashes the "devil in" her, through the intimacy with an incubus—her incubus.”

Caitlin is our heroine, a jilted journalist who is visited at night in her dreams by a succubus
I enjoyed The Devilin Fey and wanted to give it 3.5 stars! I can not so it will have to be 3 becasue it was not quite a 4!

The Devilin Fey is a novella made up of two stories - “The Devilin” Fey and “Tongue Tied”. Both focus on life as a succubus in one way or another. (Note there may be a couple of spoilers below)

The Devilin Fey features Catlin Fey who at the start of the book is planning on a scathing article about Zac Walsh, best selling author of “Seduction 101: All The Dirt on Women”, she w
Lover of Romance
This book is two short paranormal romances, and I found that I really enjoyed this book. The Author requested that I review this book and I am glad that she did. I love reading anything involving the world of the paranormal, which this one does at this. The first story starts out with a story of a young woman who gets used sexually at the beginning by a modern rake, and she finds herself hurting from being used so badly. Then she meets Lucien at night on the beach, who captivates her attention. ...more
Jul 01, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Ashley Byland
Jun 02, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Any normal person would know that an incubus story would be a little erotic, everyone that is but me, lol. I was not prepared for it, but I definitely wasn't disappointed by it either.

These types of creatures are always interesting to read about. An incubus is usually a demon, and almost bad character, a creature that wants to use and abuse you, at least from what I have be told, and in this story, yes you can sense a little bit of evil from the incubus, but you also get attached to him as well
Tara SG
Sep 14, 2010 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
* 1/2

--This book in 6 words:

almost did not finish this one

--Why did I read this? And am I glad I did?

I came across this set of novellas during the Paranormal Romance Spotlight month at Ex Libris. The post was about how the cover came about and between that the brief summary I thought the book sounded good. It was almost a DNF for me. I barely skimmed through the last novella and honestly am not sure why I wasted the time doing that. Neither of the stories were romantic or sexy.

The first novella
Aug 31, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I have never read a "paranormal romance" but when I found Jess Scott's book featured on the exciting new Indie Books Blog, I figured I'll give it a try. I was very pleasantly surprised. "The Devilin Fey" is a fascinating, intriguing, unusual, and well-written novella. The supernatural elements not only add a sense of mystery to the story but underscore the different levels of meaning: love in its many forms, lust, the danger of obsessive attraction, male versus female points of view, and more. T ...more
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Plot: 2 Confusing
Overall Enjoyment: 2.5 I found the dialogue to interfere too much in the story. I felt it did not help the story. It was stiff and just did not fit the characters.
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Jess is an author / artist / non-conformist who loves original stories and seeking the truth.

As of 2015, she has exited the indie publishing scene to spend more time on practical pursuits.

NOTE FROM JESS: Thanks for all the support/messages over the years! I share some thoughts in a 'reflections' post as to why I no longer feel that indie publishing is the right scene for me.

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