Category Archive: Novels and Books

Feb 28 2014

A Review of Session Five: Doubt & Discovery by John Dylena

Session Five: Doubt & Discovery is an eBook written by John Dylena

Today I am continuing my review of the series The Succubus’ Sub, by John Dylena. You can find the review of the first book in the series here on the Tale. The second book was reviewed here on the Tale as well and the third can be found here. The prior work to the one I will review this …

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Feb 25 2014

A Review of Thrall of the Succubus by Elliot Silvestri

Thrall of the Succubus by Elliot Silvestri

One of the aspects about Succubi that I have always enjoyed is the differing kinds of mind control they possess and use from time to time. If that is done in the right way, it can add a lot of heat to a story for me and overall I like well done seduction with a …

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Feb 23 2014

A Review of Monsterhunters: My Brother’s Succubus by Lorelei Black

Monsterhunters: My Brother's Succubus by Lorelei Black

Retitling a work bothers me… a lot. I think it’s unfair to those that have purchased the same book and see a new work by an author and purchase it expecting to find a new story. It’s a unkind means of sales, and it really makes me like a work less than I otherwise would …

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Feb 21 2014

A Review of Succubi-Sexuals by Rachel Lace

Succubi-Sexuals by Rachel Lace

How do you define a Succubus exactly? To me there are certain things that do. Physical ones like horns and a tail at the minimum, personality-wise they have to enjoy sex and sexuality of course. It’s also important that they know who and what they are as well. The problem for me is when the …

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Feb 18 2014

A Review of Prize Student by Salamando

Prize Student by Salamando

Many times the idea of a Succubus or Incubus is changed somewhat in order for the story to take on what is, really, a darker tone. The idea of taking the powers and abilities of them and making it the source of power for a more monstrous being does have a certain amount of sense …

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Feb 16 2014

A Review of Succubus by Stephen Chadwick

Succubus by Stephen Chadwick

It is, really, a fairly common thing when Succubi, or creatures like them are portrayed in their more horrific forms. That aspect of them is one of the things that they are known for and, as such, will always appear. The question that I almost always have when a story turns in that direction is, …

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Feb 11 2014

A Review of Midnight’s Serenade: Phoenix Files Book 3 by Kianna Alexander

Midnight's Serenade: Phoenix Files Book 3 by Kianna Alexander

I think it is always a good thing for a Succubus character to be intelligent, resourceful, and perhaps, just a little bit sneaky when she focuses on something she wants. But along with that must come some self doubt, some self examination and, sometimes, the willingness to be who they are in spite of what …

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