Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jul 20 2014

A Review of The Becoming by C. Harrison-Lane

The Becoming by C. Harrison-Lane

What are dreams made of is a question that haunts everyone at some point in their lives. When that question includes Incubi, three Incubi, and each of them is a reflection of one’s own hidden desires… Then the dreams are something more. They uncover truths never quite seen or understood and in that you can …

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Jul 18 2014

A Review of Succubus Fantasy by Amanda Clover

Succubus Fantasy by Amanda Clover

I really never have managed to like books that are the Choose-your-own Adventure themed ones. For one thing they usually have the same idea used over and over again throughout the work. Another is that there is a sense of “cheating” as you flip past the other paths on the way to the one you …

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Jul 15 2014

A Review of Desperate Desires by Sabine Shepard

Desperate Desires by Sabine Shepard

I find it interesting how many Succubi are written to be, for lack of a better explanations, slaves to their own needs. Not desires, and not wishes, but the need to feed from others and what that entails. While that is the source of many stories, it isn’t all that they are, nor should it …

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Jul 13 2014

A Review of His Naughty Succubus by Jennifer James

His Naughty Succubus by Jennifer James

One of the things that I hold dear is that every soul is meant for another. The most difficult part of that is having them meet, see that truth, and then understand it. Really that is the most difficult thing. How can one prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt that the connection is there, …

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Jul 11 2014

A Review of Heart of the Succubus by Kay Glass

Heart of the Succubus by Kay Glass

It seems like there is a new trope for Succubi that appear in stories. Ever since Lost Girl the thing to do, when a Succubus comes into her powers, is to have her kill her first boyfriend, lover, or someone else close to them. I think that’s getting old to be honest in a lot …

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Jul 08 2014

A Review of Almost Good by Carl East

Almost Good by Carl East

There is a question that sometimes comes about when Succubi are involved in a story, That is the question of can they not be evil? I think the better question is, who can, truly, not manage to do something, if not evil, then at least mischievous. And what follows that question is, what happens when …

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Jul 06 2014

A Review of La Petite Mort by Miranda Schnack

La Petite Mort by Miranda Schnack

Another work I am reviewing this week that has an Incubus as one of the main characters of the story. While this is a rather short tale, there is still quite a lot to like in it. It’s a moment in time where a decision is made but the repercussions are not clearly understood until …

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