Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jan 19 2016

A Review of Hell and Back by Anthony Quill

Hell and Back by Anthony Quill

There are some story themes which I find to be the most interesting. One of these comes to how an author tells of someone being transformed into a succubus. The more unique that is, the more I adore things because, as I have said many times, I do not like stereotypical themes and characters. To …

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Jan 17 2016

A Review of Soul Mates by Carl East

Soul Mates by Carl East

The idea of a Succubus and an Angel meeting, becoming close and then something more has always appealed to me for my own personal reasons. I like the story idea, how that flows, how each of them changes and what, in the end, all of that means to them. I like to see that connection, …

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Jan 15 2016

A Review of Punished by my Succubus by Harper Lewis

Punished by my Succubus by Harper Lewis

When a work is said to have a certain length, one expects that the story, in total, will be close to that number of pages. It is not, at all, acceptable to write a story and then have more than two-thirds of the work be advertisements for other stories. It is even more unacceptable when …

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Jan 12 2016

A Review of Belle of the West by A. Henry Keene

Belle of the West by A. Henry Keene

The thing about writing a collection of stories is that the connections between them can be difficult to achieve. Once that is managed, then the stories should be part of an overall whole. Sometimes in getting to that point, the stories themselves can become a little disjointed, scattered, looking for their own purpose before making …

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Jan 10 2016

A Review of A Demon’s Gift by Jocelyn Dex

A Demon's Gift by Jocelyn Dex

There are some questions which do tend to wrap themselves around one’s thoughts over and over again. Some of them are clear, focused, they speak what they mean and mean what they say. Other thoughts are draped in shadow, their truth held away, until the moment when they must come to the fore and speak …

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Jan 10 2016

A Review of Interview with the Succubus by Kara Lang

Interview with the Succubus by Kara Lang

There are those characters that suggest they are succubi, of some description, but really don’t quite appear to be so. They can be sexual, alluring, have some aspect about them that offers the possibility of they being a succubus, but never quite deliver on that. A review of a new series in which the main …

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Jan 08 2016

A Review of Lexi and the Devil by Michaela Daphne Taylor

Lexi and the Devil by Michaela Daphne Taylor

I’ve found, on occasion, that some of the works that appear on a search for succubus books have, barely, a connection to the subject. Many times the actual appearance of the succubus is for less than a page, means really nothing, and as a whole, reflects how little story there is for all of the …

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