**This is a BANNED BOOK and has been removed from all major retailers including Amazon! The only bookseller bold enough to carry it is SMASHWORDS
The Blurb: In the beginning, an Incubus was merely a low-ranking demon who fed on the sexual terror he could inflict upon a human being. But that was before one of them got the idea to turn a human with nothing to lose into the perfect demon feeder.
During his first cycle, Kendrick learned to live with what he’d become at the pleasurable hands of the demon Bakzel. He even felt hopeful that he’d learned to balance his humanity against the demon seed growing stronger inside of him. He felt hopeful he’d earned his title as the master of demonic underlings serving him.
But there’s more to being human than retaining the ability to feel empathy toward someone who has hurt you. There’s more to being a master than having the power to veto a decision.
One valuable lesson has yet to be presented to Kendrick. The general rules for demons and how they may interact with humans, the human realm, and stake claim to a territory. That lesson is sprung on Kendrick in an untimely fashion.
*Please note that Lil Harvest is in the genre Horror as it contains the effects of demonic manipulation, and as a result, content in these works may contain graphic scenes of depravity, cruelty, and violence—sexual or otherwise—that could be offensive and potentially triggering to some readers.
SERIES CONTAINS: non-con, dub-con, whipping, fisting, master/slave, voyeurism, power struggle, sensory deprivation, menagé, demons and demonic manipulation, puppy play, extreme sadism, abduction, exhibitionism, slavery, psychological mindfucks, extreme violence, and dystopia settings.
5 heart-stopping-stars 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
MMy Thoughts and Review:
Kendrick and the Underlings are back. Only this time they are on a lovely vineyard in France and Kendrick has changed his name to Felix. His underlings have new names too, save a couple, since they have taken on new host bodies.
Felix has grown close to the Underlings, and as such, they are like his very own family, rather than servants, or demons sent to teach and look out for him and his welfare.
As with the first book, Felix only takes rapists to live in his dungeon. They are the only ones who can feed his incubus side.
This book offers up many trials and tribulations for Felix and his underling family. A feud with another demon and his horde brings strife to Felix’s door.
Felix also finds out what it means to “mess up” and require punishment after an incident with one of his mutts.
As problem after problem is dealt with, at the vineyard, it isn’t long before fear and superstition among the vineyard workers bring the church’s clergy knocking. The only thing left is to flee France.
I loved this second story as much as the first. Often it is hard for sequels to maintain the momentum of a first book in a series, but this one stayed hard and drove fast (pun totally intended) the whole way and then some. There was no lag as each page filled my senses with the demonic depravity I craved.
The reader gets to experience more of Felix’s human side too, the one that feels emotions like love and compassion.
Mandate holds elements of gothic romance in some of the scenes, even though not something to be recognized until the 1760’s and beyond (our story takes place a century earlier). During the intimate scenes I was able to feel the relationships between Felix and Willow (underling wife), and Gabin (underling right hand) reach another level beyond “Master/ servant” and the relationship with he and Tristan was out of body experience love worthy. *swoon…
For anyone who loves dark, Erotic Horror, this series is for you! I am not ashamed to say I wish there were beings like this whose only purpose was to inflict the same justice on rapists that they had inflicted on others.
***As I stated in my review of book #1, I am a survivor, not a victim, of a gang rape and the brutality heaped on the rapists in these books has actually been amazing in silencing demons that have raged in my soul for nearly thirty five years. So again, I thank you Meraki, for creating this series. Even if it doesn’t touch another living soul, know it has helped slay a few of my demons. 💖
**Mind the trigger warnings!!!! Not for the faint of heart!
**While I bought books #2 & #3 when Smashwords had them on sale, the author also graciously gifted me with ARC copies of the series prior to that, in exchange for an honest review.