Category Archive: Novels and Books

Sep 21 2014

A Review of Succubus by Lucas Grindhouse

Succubus by Lucas Grindhouse

There are, of course, many different myths around the idea of Succubi. There is, of course, the general view that they are female in nature. Another concept is that they can switch between genders. Still another concept is where a Succubus character appears that combines genders into one being. In all of these cases what …

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Sep 19 2014

A Review of Post Secondary Succubus: On the Inside by Lacey Layton

Post Secondary Succubus: On the Inside by Lacey Layton

A review today on the Tale of the second work in a series that I had some high hopes for. You can find the first review of this series here on the Tale. At the time of the first review I said that I thought that the main character Kaylee was quite interesting as a Succubus and …

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Sep 16 2014

A Review of Succubus Lost by Tiffany Allee

Succubus Lost by Tiffany Allee

The second of two works I am reviewing by the author Tiffany Allee today. You can find my review of Banshee Charmer here and this review will be of the work Succubus Lost. In the previous work, there was a fleeting glimpse of a Succubus character named Marisol Whitman and mention was given of her younger sister Elaine. …

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Sep 14 2014

A Review of Orgy of the Succubi by Indy McDaniel

Orgy of the Succubi by Indy McDaniel

I dislike stories that begin in the middle. What I mean by that is writing a story where something has happened in the past, something critical to the characters of the story is glossed over. What follows is then a story that is missing something. The why, how, and who is important and really does …

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Sep 12 2014

A Review of Sex with a Succubus by Olivia Birch

Sex with a Succubus by Olivia Birch

Most of the time any story that has a Succubus or Incubus in it will go the route of them being horrific in some way. How much so depends on the author themselves in how that think such beings should act. Most of the time the actual horror is overt and strikingly so. The problem …

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Sep 09 2014

A Review of Banshee Charmer by Tiffany Allee

Banshee Charmer by Tiffany Allee

I do like detective stories, but one of the things that I have to have is a strong main character. If that isn’t there then, for me, the story falls apart quickly. Now, having a lead that’s a bit on the tough side and then having her to deal with a series of murders that …

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Sep 07 2014

A Review of The Succubus by Julian Marshwood

The Succubus by Julian Marshwood

One of the things that bothers me the most about many stories about Succubi is that they are, in the end, beings of horror and evil wrapped in a sheen of erotic possibilities. The thing about that is, it is a stereotype. It is an ongoing focus of many authors that while they might seem …

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