Tongue-Tied by Jess C. Scott
(succubus short story, paranormal)

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SUMMARY: A short story featuring a voyeuristic succubus driven by jealousy, a dangerous fixation, and a duty to please the sexually unsatisfied women of the world.

GENRE: Paranormal/GLBT | 11,000 words

* Tongue-Tied is available in The Devilin Fey (red dahlia cover), New Order (LGBT short stories), and Jess C Scott's multiple-genre-crossing short story collection, '4:Play, Minus One' (significant savings for anthology).

Praise for Jess C Scott's TONGUE-TIED:

" favorite part was the journal entries. That part was touching, to me."
-- Review @ It's Basement Time

"The question posed here is not so much 'Can a succubus love?' as it is 'Can you really separate love from the physical?' I enjoyed this story."
-- Review @ Alternative-Read


I think of all the unsatisfied women out there.

What some women never know is the adventure of being with another woman.

They don't need to end up with "another woman" -- but some do, after they've found someone they don't need to pander to, someone that doesn't conveniently "forget" them in the heat of passion, someone that is really in tune, with no need for the external façade of being in tune.

When there is no need for displays, there is almost inevitably, more underlying substance.

In a less philosophical context, the experience involves engaging the intricate crevasses and curves of another woman's body, without the all-too-common central point of the male orgasm -- one's bliss is exponentially extended by each never-ending minute.

I shake my head, trying to de-stimulate the mental fireworks in my mind.


Jess C Scott is an author/artist/non-conformist. She writes in a diverse range of genres and is a socio-political blogger.

Her erotic fiction has been described as "provocative" and "thoughtful" by discerning readers seeking more than a collection of pornographic sex scenes when it comes to erotica. Jess is interested in passion/intensity/intimacy, and firmly believes there is more to the erotic life than explicitness.

Jess is the founder of jessINK, an innovative publishing company that focuses on meaningful entertainment.

About Jess C. Scott

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JESS C SCOTT has work appearing or forthcoming in Word Riot, Bards & Sages Quarterly, OpEdNews, The Online Citizen, and The Maine Review. San Francisco Book Review describes her crime novel Playmates as "a psychological thriller at its best." Jess participated in a literary debate at the 2012 Singapore Writers Festival. Her website is http: //
Published January 19, 2014 by jessINK. 54 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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