Category Archive: Novels and Books

Sep 25 2015

A Review of Getting Freaky by Belle Payne

Getting Freaky by Belle Payne

One thing that bothers me when some collections of stories appear is that many times the ideas in the story are so good, so well told, that they honestly need to be turned into longer stories… but aren’t. It is a shame when a universe is created where the characters have so much background, drive, …

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Sep 22 2015

A Review of Succubus Week: Monday by Lisbet Laire

Succubus Week: Monday by Lisbet Laire

The beginnings of a new series called Succubus Week this time on the Tale for review. I do enjoy stories where the main character, if she is a succubus, doesn’t play the game one might expect of her. I like to see personality, passion, something good within with a purpose. Having that makes the story …

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Sep 22 2015

A Review of Seducing the King of Sin by Ella B. Wilder

Seducing the King of Sin by Ella B. Wilder

It is important that the core of a story matters. It has to matter to the characters themselves of course, but it also has to matter that what happens in the story makes sense, feels right, and, at the best, tells a story that is something special. Sometimes Succubi appear, more or less, in such …

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Sep 20 2015

A Review of Lilith’s Awakening by Stephen Rivera

Lilith's Awakening by Stephen Rivera

A review of a newly begun series today called Lilith’s Tears which isn’t quite what one might expect from the book summary and in this case that’s quite a good thing. The most important thing about writing a story is that the characters grow from where they came from. It isn’t enough to simply say they …

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Sep 20 2015

A Review of My Stepmother is a Succubus by Jenny Clara Fick

My Stepmother is a Succubus by Jenny Clara Fick

Sometimes the concept for a book is better than the work itself. Taking a simple premise and turning it into a story is not the easiest of thing to do. It’s a bit more disappointing when there is the hint of a story that has a lot of background, which isn’t shown. Starting a work …

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Sep 18 2015

A Review of Sinful Secrets by Jenna Wells

Sinful Secrets by Jenna Wells

Truth is a hard thing to deal with. To find out who you are, but also more importantly, to find out what you thought was your own truth really isn’t is sad. What’s sadder is finding out that truth and coming to the realization that it is ashes and emptiness. Not all stories have happy …

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Sep 15 2015

A Review of Hotel Desire by Anya Merchant

Hotel Desire by Anya Merchant

There are some story concepts which are interesting. For example, one of the more common ones is a hotel of some kind which brings out lust in those within its walls. Many times that is caused by some sort of supernatural force which makes the main characters rush off and jump into bed, or anywhere …

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