Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jun 14 2013

A Review of Succubus at the Big Box by Keeta Kelly

Succubus at the Big Box by Keeta Kelly

One thing that I want to see in a story about Succubi is that they have personality. Another is that they are stereotypical. And, if at all possible, I want to be, at the end of the story, pleased with everything… I think that the problem with most authors writing about Succubi is that they …

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Jun 09 2013

A Review of Seda’s Reawakening by Lacey Layla

Seda's Reawakening by Lacey Layla

Hot flash stories are not known for plot, or making a lot of sense, or even, sometimes, managing to keep all of the characters names straight from the beginning to the end of the book. There are worse than that, and some better thankfully… Title: Seda’s Reawakening Author: Lacey Layla Publishing Date: January 26, 2012 Length: 3,200 Words ASIN: B00727DREK …

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Jun 07 2013

A Review of Her Mechanic – A Supernatural Seduction by Lenny Boosh

Her Mechanic - A Supernatural Seduction by Lenny Boosh

I think, at least I believe, that when you build a universe and write in it, you need to make it interesting, make things fit together and, always, always, make the reader care about what you have created. It’s not easy to do, not by any means. But with the right idea, the right characters …

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Jun 02 2013

A Review of The Succubus’ Plaything by R. Rodriguez

The Succubus' Plaything by R. Rodriguez

It’s never an easy thing to begin a new book series. It’s harder still to write a story with characters you want to care about. Sometimes that doesn’t happen and that’s a shame… Title: The Succubus’ Plaything Author: R. Rodriguez Publishing Date: July 16, 2012 Length: 22 Pages ASIN: B008M2I7HG This work at Amazon.com The story tells of: …

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May 31 2013

A Review of Vampire Love Slave by Isabel King

Vampire Love Slave by Isabel King

I have problems with vampires and stories about them.They really do not interest me, personally I think they have been used in every possible way in a story as well. But it is also that they seem like a really poor replacement for a Succubus or an Incubus. They have some of the power, some …

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May 26 2013

A Review of Death’s Lover by Katie Lynn Bodell

Death's Lover by Katie Lynn Bodell

There is a darker side to Succubi and Incubi of course… It has been that way, told of, and revealed in many legends and stories throughout time. This week’s review is of a short book that takes that darkness and places it front and centre, but in spite of the obvious horror, there is an …

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May 24 2013

A Review of The Reluctant Succubus by Emily Walker

The Reluctant Succubus by Emily Walker

Some stories about Succubi are really a different take on things. Having a different kind of story is a good thing. It’s also interesting when the story is, mainly, about the beginnings of the life of one. It’s interesting to see how they learn, or discover, who and what they are and why they are. …

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