Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jan 15 2017

A Review of Dommed by a Big Dicked Lesbian Succubus from Hell by Sarah Azad

Dommed by a Big Dicked Lesbian Succubus from Hell by Sarah Azad

Not all succubi have red skin, or hooves, or for that matter are overtly sexual beings. Some of them are somewhat more forceful, almost warrior-like in their attitude, poise and mannerisms. It’s a rather unique aspect to consider and one that offers some interesting plots and stories to unfold… assuming that the story actually goes …

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Jan 13 2017

A Review of The Lonely Succubus: An Erotic Quickie by Serena Synn

The Lonely Succubus: An Erotic Quickie by Serena Synn

All characters have a story to tell. Sex alone doesn’t tell a story, nor can it talk about a character’s fears, needs, hopes and dreams. It’s up to the story to tell that and the erotica to heat things up at the right moment. There’s a talent to being able to manage that well. Especially …

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Jan 13 2017

A Review of Little Secrets by Catherine LaCroix

Little Secrets by Catherine LaCroix

A review today of the second work in the Little Treasures and series by Catherine LaCroix, a series that I have loved since it first appeared in a prior edition, now reissued by the author. You can find my first review of the series here on the Tale, in which I expressed how much the work appealed …

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Jan 10 2017

A Review of The Confessionist by B Samuels

The Confessionist by B Samuels

There are some hot flashes that simply do not work. They try to be sexy, erotic and need to be to justify what they offer. It’s a very rare thing to find a hot flash which has heat, the sense of a story and something more to offer. One of the powers of a succubus …

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Jan 10 2017

A Review of Awakenings by Emma Night

Awakenings by Emma Night

I don’t mind collections of works, really it is an opportunity to read many different stories and be captivated by them. The problem I have is when it seems like the work is one story, offered as such, but then in the pages you find the story you thought was going to be 600 pages …

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Jan 08 2017

A Review of Craving the Incubus by Ruby Thurston

Craving the Incubus by Ruby Thurston

A review of a prequel work today on the Tale. The beginning of a series in which there are D/s themes, the appearance of incubi, and possibly succubi in the future. It’s a unique universe, the themes are very emotional and pointed at times, which are good things. Along the way comes a lot of …

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Jan 08 2017

A Review of She’s a Demon by Vladimir Ostrovski

She's a Demon by Vladimir Ostrovski

There are some stories which never seem to find their footing. There’s never any traction in the plot, the characters don’t do anything save go in circles. There’s a lack of heat, a missing passion in the erotica. Things are worse when the editing leaves a lot to be desired and the overall story just seems …

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