Category Archive: Novels and Books

Apr 17 2016

A Review of The Devil’s Playthings by Alana Church

The Devil's Playthings by Alana Church

A review today of the second work in a new series called The Succubus by Alana Church. I reviewed the first work in the series here on the Tale recently and I noted that I have a lot of hopes for the series overall. The second work satisfies some of those hopes, and opens the …

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Apr 15 2016

A Review of World’s Shyest Succubus 2: Playing Doctor by Taylor Knobb

World's Shyest Succubus 2: Playing Doctor by Taylor Knobb

A review of the second work in the World’s Shyest Succubus series by Taylor Knobb. You can find my first review of the series here in which I had some high hopes overall and how much I adored the main character. The thing about creating a series is that there needs to be some kind …

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Apr 15 2016

A Review of Demon In Disguise by Damien Hart

Demon In Disguise by Damien Hart

  A review of what was supposed to the the first work in a series which had an Incubus as one of the main characters. I haven’t seen, at least at the time of this review being written, a second work and that is, as most know, a shame for me when there’s promise in …

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Apr 12 2016

A Review of Demonic Daughter by Eden Redd

Demonic Daughter by Eden Redd

The origin of a character is, at least for me, something important, more so when they are, at least partially succubus in nature. Teasing that point, but then doing nothing with it takes a lot away from the story. It isn’t enough to simply suggest they are a succubus, then have them jump into bed …

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Apr 12 2016

A Review of Vanity Mae and the Electrician by K Tucker

Vanity Mae and the Electrician by K Tucker

A review of a new series, or what the author promises to be a new series called Vanity Mae about a rather different succubus with some interesting personal quirks and issues to work out. But there is a rather pointed issue which bothers me about this work. Part of that comes from assuming that the …

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Apr 10 2016

A Review of Raising the Dead by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

Raising the Dead by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

The sixth review of the ongoing series called Lily Quinn written by Natalie and Eric Severine this time on the Tale. You can find the first review here, the second here, the third here, the fourth here, and the prior review to this one on the Tale here. The series has run hot and cold for me as Lily’s story has unfolded …

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Apr 10 2016

A Review of The New Neighbor by Ray Garton

The New Neighbor by Ray Garton

There are some works of fiction which have a particular tendency within them to focus, as a whole, upon horror. They sometimes also add in as much darkness as possible in order to drive the characters towards doing dark things. While that can work, it also creates a story in which there’s no very little …

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