Category Archive: Novels and Books

Feb 23 2016

A Review of the My Erotic Abyss series by Lilith Asenath

My Erotic Abyss series by Lilith Asenath

A very short pair of works as a series for review on the Tale today in which the theme is one of exploring one’s self, purpose, desires and, at the core, discovering why they are as they are and not as they wish to be. The belief in oneself, how we see our core emotions, …

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Feb 21 2016

A Review of Max’s Long Night by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

Max's Long Night by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

The fifth review of the ongoing series called Lily Quinn written by Natalie and Eric Severine this time on the Tale, though as the author calls this a short story and the fourth-and-a-half work in the series you can think of this as that if you’d like. You can find the first review here, the second review here, the …

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Feb 21 2016

A Review of Futa Secrets: Taming my Succubus Roommate’s Demon Boss by Ros Allaway

Futa Secrets: Taming my Succubus Roommate's Demon Boss by Ros Allaway

Back in November of last year I reviewed the first work in a series by Ros Allaway called Futa Secrets which had a succubus as one of the main characters. You can find that review here, for those that are interested in my thoughts then. I wasn’t sure what to expect in the second work, …

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Feb 19 2016

A Review of Captain Caroline: Succubus of the Seas by Tiggy Mills

Captain Caroline: Succubus of the Seas by Tiggy Mills

A review today of a work that, in truth, doesn’t have a character within the pages that is a Succubus. There is no supernatural aspects, nothing to suggest that the main character is anything other than completely human as the story goes on. However, being human also means that one can, in some ways, have …

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Feb 19 2016

A Review of The Impossible Mating by Carley Rose

The Impossible Mating by Carley Rose

A review today of the second work in the Cravings series by Carley Rose. When I reviewed the first work in the series, I noted that there were, at least for me, several issues that I felt made the story weaker and less than it otherwise could be. One of the largest being the lack …

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Feb 16 2016

A Review of The Diary of Tessa Graves series by Raven Leigh

The Diary of Tessa Graves: First Entry by Raven Leigh

A review today of a short lived series that was here one day and gone the next. It’s a shame how often this keeps happening and really it need not be. Perhaps if an author is uncertain about their writing they might think about gathering their thoughts about them before publishing a work, or a …

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Feb 16 2016

A Review of Transformed and Bred by Abigail Pierce

Transformed and Bred by Abigail Pierce

Occasionally succubi appear as a means to drive a story forwards. They create something or transform someone in order to have something happen. Most of the time they tend to remain in the work in some manner. They tease, sometimes they use a bit of mind control to have things happen or, more often, they …

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