Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jun 24 2014

A Review of The Succubus’ Sub – Session Ten: Under Lock and Key by John Dylena

The Succubus’ Sub – Session Ten: Under Lock and Key by John Dylena

Today I am continuing my review of the series The Succubus’ Sub, by John Dylena. You can find the review of the first book in the series here. The second book was reviewed here and the third can be found here. The fourth work’s review can be found here with the fifth book’s review here on the Tale and the sixth was reviewed here. The seventh book was …

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Jun 22 2014

A Review of Hotter than Hell by Jemma Chase

Hotter than Hell by Jemma Chase

A sightly different story to review this time on the Tale. It’s not so much a story about a Succubus than it is about two beings trying to find reasons. In the end the reasons they seek turn out to be very close to home in a lot of ways and in the end some …

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Jun 20 2014

A Review of After Her Death by Laran Mithras

After Her Death by Laran Mithras

I have problems with stories that centre mainly on horror or mix that with other themes such as erotica. While they might not actually come together in the story itself, I find that any heat that develops for me in the erotica gets washed away by the horror. Sometimes I have to set aside the …

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Jun 17 2014

A Review of Changeling by Gulliver Noir

Changeling by Gulliver Noir

There’s something that bothers me in stories about Succubi. More accurately what concerns me are stories where one of the characters is, in a way, a Succubus, and for a good deal of the story they are sexual beings who bring fantasies to life and are known as such in the universe they appear in. …

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Jun 15 2014

A Review of The Succubus’ Caress by Valerie Paradis

The Succubus' Caress by Valerie Paradis

Sometime ago I reviewed an author’s work here on the Tale. I didn’t care for the work at the time for various reasons, but it seems that the work was reissued under a different title with absolutely no changes whatsoever from the original work. (Note: That review was eaten by the server, I’ll repost is …

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Jun 13 2014

A Review of Kiss of the Succubus by Lyra K

Kiss of the Succubus by Lyra K

A Succubus does not need to be the core of a story really. Sometimes she’s on the edges of the story, a means to push the story, characters, and so on towards a conclusion. A Succubus does need to be something more than stereotypical or a “blink and you’ll miss her” type of character. Even …

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Jun 10 2014

A Review of For Love of a Succubus by Leona D. Reish

For Love of a Succubus by Leona D. Reish

The question of the family of any Succubus, to me, makes for a very interesting story. The relationships between mother and daughter are important ones and they do shape the person the daughter becomes. But it also matters when the siblings, specifically brothers, are involved and then a very difficult question appears. What if the …

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