Category Archive: Novels and Books

Mar 21 2014

A Review of Dreams in Red: Part Two by Lilith Li

Dreams in Red: Part Two by Lilith Li

I do understand why some authors publish their works in parts. Sometimes that is just how things work out. Perhaps the story itsn’t fleshed out enough, or there is a good break in the action that allows for doing so. The problem I have is when the overall story is broken up into pieces and …

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Mar 18 2014

A Review of The Demon’s Gift by Chew Toy

The Demon's Gift by Chew Toy

I will be reviewing a series of works by the author Chew Toy starting today on the Tale. The next work in this series will be reviewed next Tuesday and the Tuesday after that the last work in the series will be reviewed. These works all come under the series title of Demon Summoning Made Easy which …

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Mar 16 2014

A Review of Dreams in Red: Part One by Lilith Li

Dreams in Red: Part One by Lilith Li

One of the things that authors need to do, I think at least, is have a summary of their work that catches the interest of others. Another is they should have someone editing their work to pick up on spelling mistakes and other such things. Those two points are really quite important when one thinks …

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Mar 14 2014

A Review of The Other Side of the Desert by Jessica L. Murray

The Other Side of the Desert by Jessica L. Murray

A review of an interesting story about Lilith, her legend and the power that stories have this time. I don’t find a lot of stories that tell a story about Lilith in a way that isn’t stereotypical. Perhaps that is the one thing that many writers forget. Their words so have power and as such …

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Mar 11 2014

A Review of I, Succubus by Lara Waters

I, Succubus by Lara Waters

It is interesting to me the concepts of what a Succubus is that authors decide on. More, it is how that existence is explained, or used, to drive the story forwards which can either make or break a story. The problem for me comes in when the explanation of what happens in the story, how …

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Mar 09 2014

A Review of Succubus Kissing Booth by Jacqueline Sweet

Succubus Kissing Booth by Jacqueline Sweet

Today I am continuing my review of the Reluctant Succubus series by Jacqueline Sweet. You can find my review of the first book in this series, Devour, here on the Tale. Perhaps the most difficult thing to be able to control, especially for a Succubus, is their hunger. To not know what it is in …

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Mar 07 2014

A Review of A Bloody End – Chronicles of Myra by Catherine Forbes

A Bloody End - Chronicles of Myra by Catherine Forbes

Honour. Trust. Belief. Three things that are, at least to me, important to see in a Succubus, whomever, whenever, or whatever she is. More so if she is the Mistress of others or in any way, shape, or form, having a place of power or responsibility. The one thing that is telling most of all …

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