Vayne learns runelore and makes a number of surprising discoveries he immediately puts to good use in order to help Brother Cathas along the path of his corruption.
When Puck, short for “Pucker,” a virgin incubus who’s relatively low on the infernal hierarchy, experiences his first summoning, he thinks the time has finally come for him to either forge a contract or get his hands on yummy mortal spunk. However, Puck has been summoned by Al, a down-on-his-luck demon hunter who has no qualms with resorting to unscrupulous means to make a living. Using his arsenal of skills to exploit the incubus’ weaknesses, Al bends Puck to his will and uses him to drive a protection racket that makes the money rain.
It’s your first night off in a while when you run into an enchanting stranger who ends up changing your life for good.
In need of time to process what he did as Godspark, Corey stumbles upon some knowledge that puts him in more danger than he knows, and Marcus’ carefully-laid plans in jeopardy.
Conor is a good boy. Has always been. When Master comes home at the end of a long day, he’s more than eager to use every bit of his body for Master’s pleasure.
The Artemisian Commonwealth is home to people of every stripe and creed, from the most mundane of everyday-men to the most spectacular of heroes.
But this story isn’t about heroes. In the Quayside Quarter of Seaside City, there’s a little street tucked away from the view of the major thoroughfares, where one could go to slake every perverted little appetite.
It’s Brian Hummer’s first time in Bacchus Boulevard, and he can’t take his eyes off the pretty slaves displayed in front of the shops. He’s sure that he wants one of them, but a particularly savvy businessman who has been watching him thinks he’d be better off being one.
Joseph “Joey” Stutton has come into his powers as an Heir of the Dragon Force and has been something of an eager new member of the Hall of Heroes. But when he encounters another Heir during a bank heist, things take a turn for the worse, and Joey finds out that he is way out of his depth.
What I loved about the Super Sucker series was that a guy was already into hypno before he was put under and felt dirty about it.
So, it might be fun to read about a guy, who had been mind-controlled by a supervillain in his highschool days along with his sports team, and is still carrying a torch for the man who had once enslaved him. And maybe that supervillain is getting released early from custody for good behavior.
The Brogda Sídhe continues to gather allies for the coming confrontation. This time, he turns to an eager old friend he knows will be chomping at the bit for a taste of revenge against their common enemy.