What readers are saying about The Succubus and the Seminarian:
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect March 26, 2014
Exactly like reading a top selling author with just the right amount of eroticism. A very good story that was hard to put down.
The second book in the Demonsong series does not disappoint! The drama was non-stop as soon as you read the first paragraph. Kat and Daniel are quite the mismatched pair but you found yourself hoping for them to find a way to make things work. After all, their lives depended upon it! The common theme of good vs. evil was well played out here in careful plot development and the threads that I thought were somewhat loose throughout the story were very neatly wrapped up by the end. Overall, I really enjoyed this story and look forward to more of Ms. McColl’s tales
What readers are saying about Swallowtail:
5.0 out of 5 stars a wonderful winding path September 4, 2013
Reading this novel is not very different from going on an adventure or a journey into the unknown woods. Sometimes it’s a little terrifying, other times it’s fascinating and almost always it’s engaging and emotionally satisfying. IMHO, this is bdsm love story at its pure and unadulterated best.
The only regret I had was getting it for free on amazon – I believe works like this should be financially compensated, however small the amount is. So I went over to Smashwords and paid for it later. If you don’t mind the male pov and the female-top sexual aspect of it, please give it a try.
I really did not think this was going to be as good as it was.I grew to love the couple. Not for the straight-laced, there are a lot of bdsm-y kinda themes thrown on their head because the girl’s in charge. I actually enjoyed that a lot.It is still. at its core, a lovely, yet unusual, love story. Very unusual.
Not your quick read bathroom harlequin erotica. It has a build-up, it gives an accounting of how a BDSM relationship begins,and it might teach you a thing or two about relationships.
What readers are saying about Incubus:
If incubi are your favorite creatures then this is a book for you. Britt the hard working yet strangely unfulfilled and frustrated grad student unknowingly summons an incubi.
Damian a centuries old incubi prowling the night in search of sustenance from sleeping victims is unable to refuse Britt’s sirens call. Their stolen tryst has long reaching implications for both parties, pushing the boundaries sexually and emotionally. Risking centuries old friendships as well as their own lives. Only an invested succubus has the ability to save them.
KT McColl has written a well paced tale of forbidden love that is forbidden for a reason. Defying the nature of both species, they try and navigate the unchartered waters of their tumultuous relationship. She has added a few special twists to keep the reader guessing the outcome and has captured sizzling love scenes with our main characters as well as our demon’s other victims. Good Read.
McColl does it again… I never thought I’d find myself empathizing with demons, let alone rooting for them. Only the best author can lure you in this deftly. McColl’s style of storytelling is simply irresistible, eloquent and never heavy-handed or predictable. I always wind up pulling every character close to my heart… yes, even the demons.