I thought Winter Demon Volume 1 (Yaoi) (v. 1) was the best yaoi series offered by Yaoi Press, so when I stumbled across this short story, which features Figaru from Winter Demon, I bought it. I'll admit - the 99 cents price tag significantly impacted my decision to take a chance. The story was very good. Readers are introduced to a new main character, Jinady. He's been held prisoner by a clan of incubi until he's rescued by Figaru. There are some interesting developments concerning Figaru, which are revealed indirectly. In addition to the hot sex scenes (warning: there is some non-con) you'd expect from Yaoi Press, there was actually a story too! Readers need not have read Winter Demon to enjoy this, but it does add to the overall picture. There are also one or two illustrations in each novella that spice it up even more.
However, a serious drawback to Incubus Master is the price. This first installment is only 99 cents, but hereafter each short story is $2.99 - and there are already 7 parts. That's almost $20 and I'm not sure it even ends with 7. And, this isn't like a series of independent long novellas. These are short stories, and each builds on the other as though it was one novel split into chapters. The second literally picks up immediately after part 1 ends, etc. Like when Stephen King released "The Green Mile." This makes it far more expensive than regular M/M fiction - or even yaoi novels that have multiple volumes. I'm torn - I really enjoyed the first three parts I have read (and ended up buying 4 & 5), but readers should consider the full cost before getting sucked in. I understand that these novellas are something of an experiment by Yaoi Press to help with the costs of a small press. And I'd like to support that effort. I love getting more stories with characters I enjoyed in yaoi manga (I ordered the Saihoshi sequel, Saihoshi: Redemption 1 (Saihoshi Redemption), as well) But they should really considering lowering the price to $1.50 per story to make it more reasonable. One final note - I do wish that each ebook included the full image of the cover art. Most parts, the cover image is cut off and readers don't get to see it.