Category Archive: Novels and Books

Nov 04 2014

A Review of Spellbound by Marcus Atley

Spellbound by Marcus Atley

Possibly the hardest thing to manage is to be able to trust in someone. Right next to that is the ability to be able to see the worth in one’s self. Both are very fragile things which can be lost, or found, in the blink of an eye. The battle to have both of these …

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Nov 02 2014

A Review of Cedric the Demonic Knight by Valerie Willis

Cedric the Demonic Knight by Valerie Willis

One of the things that seems to be, for the most part, very difficult for beings like Succubi or Incubi, in most stories, is to believe in is that there is something, or someone, for them that could be called a soulmate. It is the moment of their acceptance of that being true, whatever the …

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Oct 28 2014

A Review of Post Secondary Succubus: Graduation by Lacey Layton

Post Secondary Succubus: Graduation by Lacey Layton

A review today on the Tale of the third work in the series Post Secondary Succubus which seems to draw the series to a close. I was somewhat disappointed in the second book which at the time I thought was a shame, because the first book I thought had lot of promise in spite of some oddness in it. …

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Oct 26 2014

A Review of Succubus Dreams 2: The Bargain by Chastity Swallows

Succubus Dreams 2: The Bargain by Chastity Swallows

Sometimes I wonder why it is that some authors insist on releasing a lesser work as their first book when their second work is much better. They add to the characters, their personalities and more… Things that you didn’t see in their first work. Then, to make matters more interesting, the story you expect to …

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Oct 24 2014

A Review of Succubus Dreams 1: Daddy’s Girl by Chastity Swallows

Succubus Dreams 1: Daddy's Girl by Chastity Swallows

Some ideas, at their core at least, are fairly good ones. For example having a place where you might go to have a fantasy fulfilled is a good plot hook. Having that place be populated by Succubi is as well. The problem becomes when the need for the Succubi in the story is wafer-thin and …

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Oct 21 2014

A Review of Vengeance by Niall Teasdale

Vengeance by Niall Teasdale

It has been a bit of time since one of my favourite authors wrote about a certain sorceress named Ceri and a certain succubus named Lily. Quite recently Niall Teasdale returned to the Thaumatology universe after spending some time in outer space, and as an aside I recommend that series as highly as I do the one …

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Oct 19 2014

A Review of S.P.I.T. – Sexual Paranormal Incident Team by Nikki Hartless

S.P.I.T. - Sexual Paranormal Incident Team by Nikki Hartless

I wonder sometimes if it is too much to ask that writers have someone edit their stories before they publish them. I mean, you write something and then what makes you not have things checked? Is it because you wrote an erotica work? You don’t have anyone you could trust to read your work and …

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