Category Archive: Novels and Books

Dec 21 2014

A Review of Beware the Bogeyman by Judith Post

Beware the Bogeyman by Judith Post

-+*One of the more interesting series that I have been coming back to from time to time is hte Prosper/Babet series by Judith Post. It is a fascinating universe with truly unique characters and stories… Oh, and a Lilith that is someone that really speaks to me in many ways. Perhaps it is how she holds …

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Dec 19 2014

A Review of The Demon’s Plaything by Alexi Remington

The Demon's Plaything by Alexi Remington

-+*Transformation stories, as a whole, interest me in that the actual change, if it is done well, can be very erotic on its own. One of the themes that does come from time to time, and I have written a story in this theme at least once, is a Succubus or Incubus transforming the one …

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Dec 16 2014

A Review of My Naughty Roommate: The Futanari Succubus by Sinn Lee

My Naughty Roommate: The Futanari Succubus by Sinn Lee

-+*The question of reality and dreams is an interesting one, especially when it comes to Succubi. It’s more of a question when those dreams are within someone close to you and you aren’t quite sure if they would accept you as the Succubus you are. Sometimes the more important questions come when your secret comes …

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Dec 14 2014

A Review of Succubus by Cordelia Winters

Succubus by Cordelia Winters

-+*It’s very difficult to write horror erotica well. By that I mean either the work uses the erotica just barely enough to qualify as erotica before abandoning it for the horror aspects. It also, often, appears that the writers of such works tend to not care about story, leaving that aside for the purpose of …

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Dec 12 2014

A Review of Cecil & Bubba Meet a Succubus by Terry M. West

Cecil & Bubba Meet a Succubus by Terry M. West

-+*I really do not like stereotypical characters. I just cannot bring myself to care all that much about them for one thing. The other is that when they are so far into being stereotypes that I cringe at their words in a story… That’s not a good thing. I do understand that can be done …

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Dec 09 2014

A Review of Death in the Life of a Troll by Robert Tidwell

Death in the Life of a Troll by Robert Tidwell

-+*Story is nothing without having the characters to build the story upon. One of the most amazing things to me is the ability in a very short story to build a portrait in your thoughts of what a character is like, why they are who they are, and what drives them. It isn’t always the …

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Dec 07 2014

A Review of The Sorceress Next Door by Anya Merchant

The Sorceress Next Door by Anya Merchant

-+*I’ve run into a bit of a problem of late and it comes to this: There have been quite a lot of novels written lately about Succubi and I haven’t really been keeping up with them all. As such, here and there, I will be reviewing two novels on my book review days from this …

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