Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jan 26 2014

A Review of Celt Secrets by Judith Post

Celt Secrets by Judith Post

A series that I have been following is called the Babet/Prosper series by Maddy Psst. I reviewed a previous work in the series on that Tale which you can find here. It’s lovely universe where Succubi and Incubi exist among all kinds of other otherworldly beings… A question that comes is, what would it take …

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Jan 19 2014

A Review of Sensational Possession by Arne Mellor

Sensational Possession by Arne Mellor

Succubi are not always the core characters of a story. Sometimes they are minor or passing ones that make an impression, in one way or the other, on the main character and then fade into the background. While that happens because of story, many times I wonder what might have been the story if they …

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Jan 12 2014

A Review of The Succubus Prey by Robert Mathew

The Succubus Prey by Robert Mathew

Succubi are, but for a few instances, seen as being unfeeling, uncaring beings who care only for taking from others and nothing more. But what happens when they suddenly do feel and know that the one they are feeding from and will be the end of… is the one? What happens to them then? That …

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Jan 10 2014

A Review of The Devil’s in the Details by Kimberly Raye

The Devil's in the Details by Kimberly Raye

Succubi are not, by any means, perfect. As much as I like them to be, they are capable of just as many mistakes, issues and problems that any soul faces in their lives. Probably the single biggest problem is family and love. The question is which of the two is the bigger problem to solve …

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Jan 05 2014

A Review of Succubus Tear by Andreas Wiesemann

Succubus Tear by Andreas Wiesemann

For the first book review of 2014, I’m going to share my thoughts about what to me will really be the mark to which all other works about Succubi have to meet. I have a very specific belief and view about Succubi and when I discover a work that takes that belief and makes it …

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Dec 29 2013

A Review of The Wielder: Betrayal by David Gosnell

The Wielder: Betrayal by David Gosnell

To begin a new series is, really, a very difficult thing to do. There has to be an emotional connection between the reader and the characters in the story for one thing. That connect can’t be vague or a wisp of a thought either. It has to make the reader want to see what happens next and where …

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Dec 22 2013

A Review of The Celibate Succubus by Barton Paul Levenson

The Celibate Succubus by Barton Paul Levenson

One of the things that I think about, quite a lot actually, is the question of what do the “higher powers” think of Succubi. The question of what they see Succubi as, if they have a place in the universe where they are loved for themselves and not what others believe they are. Mixed with …

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