Seductive Soul: A Ubiquity Prequel. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Seductive Soul: A Ubiquity Prequel

Seductive Soul: A Ubiquity Prequel by Allyson Lindt

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Ronnie’s not sure what to expect from demon orientation. Go experience the world is kind of a vague statement. 

Then she meets her guide for the weekend. Irdu is a sexy incubus who’s up for anything she can imagine, makes incredible crepes, and does things with his tongue she didn’t think were possible. 

Two full days of cotton candy, roller coasters, and a whole lot of time between the sheets has to come to an end sometime.

When Ronnie realizes Irdu’s been keeping secrets, it puts a hard stop on their fun. If she can’t reconcile who he is with her plans for the future, an incredible connection will be severed before they have a chance to explore what they could be.

Author’s Note: Seductive Soul is a high-heat paranormal prequel to the Ubiquity series, featuring a possessive incubus, a hint of mfm loving, and delicious alternate uses for chocolate sauce.

BLURB: Seductive Soul

Crazy weird story

Ronnie (a.k.a. Uriel) a new demon on earth is about to begin at Lucifer’s Company called Ubiquity. When demons first come to earth and get new bodies they are amazed at all the new sights, sounds, tastes and feelings so they go in for sensory overload and generally have some demons that help them through orientation.

Ronnie is met by her orientation guide Irdu who is a hot Incubus demon that blindfolds her and gets a bit kinky with chocolate sauce and whipped cream, and various adventures only to be surprised later when she arrives at work to find things different than she expected.

The story is strange and I am not quite sure what to make of it. Though it is a prequel so it might be made clear in future books. It is a bit smutty and that is hot. This one is only 55 pages, so a very short prequel, the next book is called Uriel’s descent and is 361 pages.

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