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Demon Rocker Zarah Series

Book Cover: Rock Star Futa Cursed on a Cruise
Part of the Demon Rocker Zarah series:

Zarah endures a cramped cruise for her musical career, but a succubus has to eat. Corporate women and partying coeds make for delicious meals through hot, heart pumping, aggressive futanari copulation.

But Zarah can't seduce like she should. Something is siphoning her demonic energy. Worse, another succubus drained a man and left him as dry as a mummy. Zarah doesn't get along with other demons. She didn't learn enough magic to figure this out either. But is this personal?

She won't let this go, she won't run, and she can't work alone.But Zarah's only help are two young witches, harboring four years of trauma, resentment and anger towards succubuses like her. That's a longshot, but Zarah will take it.

This 32k Word Novella is the third and final book in the Demon Rocker Zarah series.

Reviews:Sally Bend on Sally Bend's Blog wrote:

The Demon Rocker Zarah is a three book series from the erotic pen of Jocelyn Saragona that penetrates the veil of urban fantasy with some over-the-top futa erotica - and more than a little supernatural horror. It is a series with well-developed characters, a real plot, and plenty of magic and mystery to accompany the erotic elements, making it a fabulous read.

Group fun with my Rockstar Futa, the second book in the series, was a surprisingly down-to-earth tale after the mind-controlling magical excess of Rocked by the Demon Futa, but it was still a fun read that demonstrated Jocelyn's talent for crafting convincing relationships and realistic interpersonal drama. Now, with Rock Star Futa Cursed on a Cruise, she merges those two aspects, returning us to a story that's dripping with supernatural horror, but which has some fantastically complex personal relationships at its heart.

This is one of those stories where I want to be really cautious what I say about the plot, because it is full of twists and turns and shocking reveals that I am certain Zarah would severely punish me for revealing. There were multiple occasions where I was left clutching my e-reader, begging Jocelyn not to go there, not to do that, and to please not let that character be the villain. There are not to many reads that are erotically and emotionally exhausting at the same time, but this is one of them!

What I do want to talk about, at least a little bit, is the relationship triangle between Zarah, Kayla, and Morgan, which is absolutely breathtaking in its sorrow and its sexuality. Through these three characters, Jocelyn deftly explores themes of power, submission, love, and lust. She reminds us that succubi are, by definition, demonic beings, and that no matter how erotic the result, their power to compel and enslave is something that can be brutally abused. Kayla is damaged, nearly broken by her past experience with a succubus, and Morgan distrusts Zarah because of it . . . but the cracks in her mind and the wounds in her soul may just be what saves the day.

Rock Star Futa Cursed on a Cruise gets back to the magical dangers of the first book, but delves even deeper into the darkness. Stranded on a cruise ship in the middle of the ocean, with a murderous succubus on board, dead bodies in the hallways, and something magical that is interfering with Zarah's power, we are on edge from beginning to end. There are more than a few surprises here for fans of the series, but it is also a self-contained story that new readers can enjoy without feeling lost. It is, far and away, the best book of the series, and one that reminds me I need to get off my pretty pantied butt catch up with the Succubus int the Sorority series while we wait for more Zarah!