Category Archive: Novels and Books

May 19 2015

A Review of Nailed By A Nightmare by Chelsea Chaynes

Nailed By A Nightmare by Chelsea Chaynes

Dreams and nightmares are the things that each of us holds within our own hopes, fears, lusts and wants. They can be the things of wonder, or the ashes of despair. They are also, sometimes, the stuff of legends. Telling a story of confronting those nightmares, the legend within them, and what it can do to …

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May 19 2015

A Review of the Lilith the Demon series by Charlotte Chase

Lilith the Demon: Full Series by Charlotte Chase

It’s becoming more and more obvious over time that most of the shorter works with succubi, or succubi-like characters appearing in them are tending to focus on something in particular. I’d like to say that the focus was on story, perhaps some well written erotica. I would even be happy if the character was, just …

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May 17 2015

A Review of Purely Sinful by Rozalin Rose

Purely Sinful by Rozalin Rose

Many times when a story has a Succubus as a main character, there is a problem. It’s very common for the Succubus to never change, to remain stereotypically evil. To not learn, to become more than she is and, usually, by the end of the work she’s likely to be a footnote in the conclusion, …

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May 17 2015

A Review of Accidental Succubus: Love At First Bite by Vivian Fraser

Accidental Succubus: Love At First Bite by Vivian Fraser

Origin stories need to have two things. One, there needs to be a past for the character in question, a reason for them to be where they are and why it matters to them. The second thing is that when the transformation happens, for example someone becomes a succubus, it shouldn’t be done in a …

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May 15 2015

A Review of Contractual Obligations – Book 1 by Zoe Miller

Contractual Obligations - Book 1 by Zoe Miller

  A short time ago on the Tale, I reviewed a wonderful world by an author that I really enjoyed and have been looking forward to seeing more Succubus-themed stories to appear from them. Their first work, Antiquity’s Scion, was I felt a wonderfully different story and I reviewed that work here on the Tale. They …

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May 15 2015

A Review of I, Succubus Incubus by Cain Berlinger

I, Succubus Incubus by Cain Berlinger

Mysteries are always interesting things to read. Sometimes the biggest mystery to solve is the one that resides within one’s self. It’s the question of who you are, what you desire, and what your dreams are made of. And both Succubi and Incubi love dreams don’t they? Reality is what you make of it they say, …

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May 12 2015

A Review of Vampire: Taken by the Succubus by Sinn Lee

Vampire: Taken by the Succubus by Sinn Lee

Story and character can be interchangeable at times. By that I mean the story holds things together, but if the characters are not able to do the same, then the work can fall apart. It isn’t always necessary to know everything about a character, nor is does it have to have everything explained either. A …

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