Monthly Archive: July 2015

Jul 21 2015

A Review of Dream Girl by Jeremy D. Hill

Dream Girl by Jeremy D. Hill

It is said that our past influences our present and, eventually, defines our future. There are some pasts that cannot be forgotten, no matter how much we try. And, sometimes, there is a part of our past that we never really understand, but sense. When that part returns to reveal itself… What happens then? Title: Dream …

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Jul 21 2015

A Review of Hell On Heels!: She’s The Devils Daughter Looking To Collect! by Michael Uva

Hell On Heels!: She's The Devils Daughter Looking To Collect! by Michael Uva

There are, on occasion, some works that have something a little bit different to them. By that I mean there’s something in the story, the characters, the entire idea that is lurking in the pages that takes things places that no one has ever considered. I do enjoy that sort of work, mainly for who …

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Jul 20 2015

The Other Side (A Companion Piece to “Traveling”) by James

Last week I shared a story in which I told, in some way, something that I am quite upset over. I am not where I should be, not doing what I should be, not being where I have wanted to be tomorrow… My Heart and his Beloved will be there, my Eternal as well… But …

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Jul 19 2015

A Review of The High Priestess’ Corruption by Xavier Girbes

The High Priestess' Corruption by Xavier Girbes

There are some series that try to begin, at least in someway, and in doing so they create a moment, an instant, where the story has some promise. Something within it that offers the tantalizing possibility that the story has something within the pages that offers more than an erotic moment. It is getting to …

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Jul 19 2015

A Review of The Visitor by Daria Savoy

The Visitor by Daria Savoy

Sometimes the story of encountering a Succubus is one that needs no names to be told. The story is told in emotions and passions, not the spoken word. It is not so much a story of what is seen, but rather what is felt. Sometimes the pleasure given is one that needs to be returned …

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Jul 18 2015

Quite a nice Morrigan Aensland Cosplay

Kassandra Leigh as Morrigan Aensland

An image of a rather nice Morrigan Aensland cosplay that I found when I was looking through the etsy.com site and I just wanted to share what I found. The model is Kassandra Leigh, she has a website that can be found quite easily and she does an amazing amount of Cosplay there. She looks …

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Jul 17 2015

A Review of Just a Bite by Kay Michaels

Just a Bite by Kay Michaels

Today and next Friday, I will be reviewing a pair of works by Kay Michaels which revolve around a Succubus named Carmen. Sometimes a story, or stories, about a Succubus aren’t really about her. They are the story of the ones around them, what their lives are like, and how, exactly, does the Succubus relate to them. …

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