Category Archive: Novels and Books

Aug 21 2016

A Review of Lustful Rhythm by CG Dante

Lustful Rhythm by CG Dante

I think the single most telling challenge for authors has to be editing. Not so much that they do not edit, but rather the way they do so leaves so much to be desired. If the editing cannot bring out in the story some kind of clarity, some sort of reasonable expectation of a coherent …

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Aug 21 2016

A Review of Seduced by the Sex Demon! by Veronica Sloan

Seduced by the Sex Demon! by Veronica Sloan

There is a fine line between a story of erotica and a story that consists of a series of sex scenes loosely tied together. Sex alone isn’t a story, nor is anything connected with sex that exists for little more than being a means for the sex to happen. Telling a story, at least one …

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Aug 19 2016

A Review of The Hot Wife and the Incubus by Eden Redd

The Hot Wife and the Incubus by Eden Redd

Over time I have reviewed a lot of Eden Redd’s works, mainly because she writes quite a few stories that have either succubi or incubi, or both, characters appearing. While that does happen, a lot, the main problem with her stories comes to two things. One, the editing leaves a lot to be desired, and …

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Aug 19 2016

A Review of Incubus Summoned by Roman Steele

Incubus Summoned by Roman Steele

A review of a work that is, quite sadly really, no longer available. I will admit that I take some time to get to all of the books on my reading list, but I do eventually. This particular work reads very much like it was meant to be the opening for a series, though that …

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Aug 16 2016

A Review of The Unleashing by Jasmine Wright

The Unleashing by Jasmine Wright

A review today of the first work in the Lilith’s Kiss series by Jasmine Wright, one in which I have some very mixed feelings about. One of the themes that appears quite regularly in works with succubi is transformation. A character finds a book, or some other item, and falls into their soul, and body, changing …

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Aug 16 2016

A Review of Power Hope Futility Oblivion by Michael Stewart

Power Hope Futility Oblivion by Michael Stewart

Story matters. I have said this many times in my reviews and being so there are some works where there is story, characters, and a sense of purpose. I’ve never really liked vampire novels, to be clear, but when one appears that has Lilith as a Succubus, then that is one I do have to …

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Aug 14 2016

A Review of Forbidden Fruit by Alana Church

Forbidden Fruit by Alana Church

It’s been a little while since my last review of The Succubus series by Alana Church. Today on the Tale, the sixth work in the series so far. My first review is here, the second is here and my third review cab be found here. The fourth review can be found here on the Tale with …

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