Category Archive: Novels and Books

May 15 2016

A Review of World’s Shyest Succubus 5: Adjustment by Taylor Knobb

World's Shyest Succubus 5: Adjustment by Taylor Knobb

A review of the fifth, and it appears, final work in the World’s Shyest Succubus series by Taylor Knobb. You can find my first review here, the second here, and the third here. The fourth review, which was recently written, can be found here on the Tale as well. I had hopes that the next part in the …

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May 13 2016

A Review of Pick Your Poison by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

Pick Your Poison by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

A review of the fifth work in the Succubus Apprentice series today on the Tale. You can find my review of the first work here, the second work here, the third work can be found here and the prior work to this one was reviewed here on the Tale recently. The choices made matter in a live, but …

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May 13 2016

A Review of Isle in Man by Sarah Wilson

Isle in Man by Sarah Wilson

There are some stories that are a wisp of a thought, the beginnings of a story that offers something to think about, to consider. They tell of a character that has a story to tell and one finds themselves wanting to know that story. Sometimes those wisps are very short, offering the beginning, but leaving …

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May 10 2016

A Review of One Night Sand by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

One Night Sand by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

The seventh review of the ongoing series called Lily Quinn written by Natalie and Eric Severine this time on the Tale. You can find my first review here, the second here, the third here, the fourth here, and the fifth review ere. The review of the prior work to this one can be found here on the Tale as well. One of …

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May 10 2016

A Review of Submitting to the Alpha Demon by Demona Lust

Submitting to the Alpha Demon by Demona Lust

There are some works which I have a difficult time reading. The problem mainly comes to how the story is told, the disconnect I have with the characters and, more often than not, erotica that just has no heat in it to speak of. Dialog is a difficult thing to write, because when it is …

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May 08 2016

A Review of The Naughty Succubus: Part 1: The First Meeting by Becca Lusk

The Naughty Succubus: Part 1: The First Meeting by Becca Lusk

A review of a newly begun series by Becca Lusk called The Naughty Succubus this time on the Tale. I’ve often said that there are some story ideas that have something about them that I find interesting, but then the editing, or the dialogue, or sometimes the erotica takes away a lot of that. The …

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May 08 2016

A Review of Case of the Missing Succubus by Gerald Costlow

Case of the Missing Succubus by Gerald Costlow

I do enjoy works in which the joy the author has in writing comes out clearly in the characters, the story, and the world they are creating. The thing kept in mind is making the characters tell the story, not the story tell the characters. By allowing them to “be” the story that places a …

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