Category Archive: Novels and Books

May 16 2014

A Review of Emerald Eyes by D. A. Riley

Emerald Eyes by D. A. Riley

One of my own personal beliefs about Succubi is that they are not as evil as the legends make them out to be. That isn’t to say that there are some that act poorly, do awful things and, as a whole, are dark things in both body and spirit. But, and this is important, there …

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May 13 2014

A Review of Sissified by the Succubus by Nora Nix

Sissified by the Succubus by Nora Nix

Not all stories with a Succubus in them are about the Succubus herself. That isn’t to say that she isn’t any less interesting or that there are questions about her that need to be answered. Many times the Succubus is a means to an end. Someone to push the story forwards in some shape or …

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May 11 2014

A Review of the Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus Trilogy by Sinn Lee

Hocus Pocus Gender Swapicus Trilogy by Sinn Lee

A review of a series by Sinn Lee today on the Tale, one that I think is very telling of this author’s talents in writing long involved stories set in a detailed universe. I’ll be reviewing each work by itself and then I’ll review the entire series as a whole. What happens when magic becomes …

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May 09 2014

A Review of Ravished by the Wolf by Ashlee Alexander

Ravished by the Wolf by Ashlee Alexander

The second part of two works by an author that has a Succubus make a connection with a family of werewolves. If the first part asked what happens when the walls come down, the second part wonders what would you do to keep what you have been given? What could you face, suffer, and survive …

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May 06 2014

A Review of Surrender Sweet Succubus by Jewel Quinlan

Surrender Sweet Succubus by Jewel Quinlan

I’ve said many times that my view of Succubi is… different. I believe that they are more, can be more. There are very few stories about Succubi that I can truly say have something in them that has made me cry, wonder, and, perhaps, believe in what seems to be impossible. The impossible is only …

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May 04 2014

A Review of Dominated by the Wolf by Ashlee Alexander

Dominated by the Wolf by Ashlee Alexander

A question that I’ve thought about from time to time is… Is it possible for a Succubus to refuse herself? To manage to control her own needs and desires so that she remains, as much as she can, human. Some can, though it is not the easiest of things. But what if, on chance, you …

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May 02 2014

A Review of The Man of her Dreams by Nathan Stratton

The Man of her Dreams by Nathan Stratton

Not all stories about Succubi or Incubi are exactly what they seem to be in the beginning. Mostly, for reasons that I personally cannot quite understand and especially in the case of Incubi, they are portrayed as having a single purpose. They have… well.. no soul or compassion except that which they use to entrap …

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