Category Archive: Novels and Books

Mar 07 2017

A Review of Falling For The Succubus by Siren Allen

Recently I reviewed the first work in the Succubus Nights series by Siren Allen and you can find that review here on the Tale. In that review I noted that the story was rushed, the main character didn’t develop, or have her story told as much as I would have liked. Today, a review of the …

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Mar 07 2017

A Review of Spook and Spell by Robert Hazelton

Spook and Spell by Robert Hazelton

There aren’t a lot of graphic novels or comic books that I review on the Tale. Mostly that’s because really there aren’t a lot of them that come to my attention as a whole. A review today of one that Amazon pointed me at, but I’m still a bit unsure as to why exactly. The …

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Mar 05 2017

A Review of One Night With A Succubus by Siren Allen

Quite some time ago a series called Succubus Nights began, a story about succubi and sci-fi, but for the longest time nothing really happened. I thought that was a shame as the series was set in a sci-fi theme with succubi appearing as the main characters. Recently a third work in the series appeared as …

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Mar 05 2017

A Review of Hellhounds: The First of Many by Osgood

Hellhounds: The First of Many by Osgood

There are some stories that, for the most part, seem to be of the tone where a bit of sex mixed with a bit of horror can turn what amounts to a scattered idea into something more than that. If the characters don’t matter, if the story doesn’t have a point, then why does the …

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Mar 03 2017

A Review of Succubus Supreme by Carl East

I’ve reviewed quite a few of Carl East’s works, at least those that have something to do with succubi and you can find a listing of my reviews on the Tale here. I’ve found that the stories can be very good or not so much so and it’s the lesser works that bother me the most. Just …

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Mar 03 2017

A Review of The Christmas of a New York Incubus by Caroline Leary

The Christmas of a New York Incubus by Caroline Leary

There are some stories told where things aren’t quite as you might expect them to be. From the first page there’s a certain feeling, emotion, connection to the characters which works so very well. They have depth, emotion, needs. It can be masked, to a point within their point of view, but it allows for …

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Feb 28 2017

A Review of Jay Hammer Meets the Succubus by Alan Simmons

Jay Hammer Meets the Succubus by Alan Simmons

A review of a short work which I thought had an interesting premise, even if the book summary really didn’t seem all that interesting up front. The writing needs some work, the erotica didn’t quite attract me either. But what did was the characters, even if their stories weren’t really told as much as I’d …

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