Category Archive: Novels and Books

Mar 29 2016

A Review of Demon in My Bed by Heather Lewis

Demon in My Bed by Heather Lewis

It’s nice to find a story where the erotica isn’t the be all and end all. It’s important that there be story, characters, and a hook that keeps my interest. For the most part, I prefer there to be more meat in the story than simply the description of the beefcake, or cheesecake for that …

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Mar 29 2016

A Review of Lighting the Fire by Carley Rose

Lighting the Fire by Carley Rose

The third review today of the Cravings series by Carley Rose. This work completes what seems to be the first book in the series, as it is followed by a compilation work which contains all of the prior works in the series, plus a “bonus story”. If you’d like to know my thoughts about the …

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Mar 27 2016

A Review or The Succubus and The Incubus by Yonder

The Incubus by Yonder

Two works for review today by the same author on the Tale. But there’s a bit of a problem in doing so. For the first I was able to read it. The second was… not so much so. The first is somewhat confused, has little focus, and overall is just a rather depressing story overall. …

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Mar 27 2016

A Review of Lilith by Paul Cavedaschi

Lilith by Paul Cavedaschi

There are some stories that, from the very beginning, make it impossible to like the main character. In doing so, that turns things from being ‘want’ to being ‘forced’ By that I mean there are unlikable characters, they are a part of storytelling and have to be there. But making every thought, action, expression, and …

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Mar 25 2016

A Review of Sacrificed to the Succubus by Phoebe Yearns

Sacrificed to the Succubus by Phoebe Yearns

A minor rant today about a work that, at least for me, I found to be uninteresting, lacking quite a lot of heat, a D/s story that really doesn’t understand what that means and, most of all, has a title that makes one expect something and then does not deliver. When someone writes a work, …

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Mar 25 2016

A Review of Just Prey by C.P. McClennan

Just Prey by C.P. McClennan

A review today of the first work in the Savannah series by C.P. McClennan. While this is a science-fiction adventure work, there’s an interesting undercurrent in what two of the characters are capable of. In some ways, they have a bit or a succubus or incubus nature, even if that mostly extends towards sex and what …

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Mar 22 2016

A Review of The Last Succubus by Marquis Woolford

The Last Succubus by Marquis Woolford

I fail to understand why it is that some authors cannot take the effort to edit their stories before publishing them. It serves no useful purpose to write a story and not take the time to make it read better, to fix structure and tenses, and, most importantly, stop the work from reading like a …

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