Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jun 09 2015

A Review of Succubus Fyre: A Fey Fyre Tale by Vi Valentine

Succubus Fyre: A Fey Fyre Tale by Vi Valentine

Sometimes the core of a story gets lost in the lead up to it. What I mean by that is there are side stories, little things that take the main character off in different directions. Sometimes that just doesn’t work at all. Sometimes it does. A Succubus, no matter who she is, isn’t just the …

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Jun 07 2015

A Review of Give The Devil Her Due by Marc Cabot

Give The Devil Her Due by Marc Cabot

One of my most loved and adored Succubi characters is a certain Succubus named Lily who is one of the main characters in the Hell To Pay series by Marc Cabot. I have reviewed all of the works in this series previously on the Tale and you can find the review of the first book here, …

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Jun 07 2015

A Review of reVerie by C.E. Black

reVerie by C.E. Black

There are two things that happen from time to time in a work that bother me. One is when succubi or incubi are mixed with vampire legends. Personally I have issues with that because it makes little sense to me. The other is when the story doesn’t seem to get its feet under it until …

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Jun 05 2015

A Review of Futanari Demigoddess 3: Kiss of the Succubus by Hayden Archer

Futanari Demigoddess 3: Kiss of the Succubus by Hayden Archer

There are certain things that I look for in a work about Succubi. They don’t have to be the primary characters in the work, but they have to have some kind of presence. They should have the presence that Succubi have, regardless of their true form, and most of all, there has to be a …

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Jun 05 2015

A Review of Zoe and Liza’s Infernal Affair by Echo Stardust

Zoe and Liza's Infernal Affair by Echo Stardust

A review today of the first work in a new series called  a short series called Lustful & Damned. Being what the series is titled, yes, there is a Succubus in the work that is a main character. She’s interesting as is the other main character, the story concept is just as interesting and, as a …

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Jun 02 2015

A Review of Pray For Release by Liman Thursday

Pray For Release by Liman Thursday

The one thing that I cannot stand in a work that has Succubi as part of the story is if they are stereotypically evil, crass, mindlessly focused on one and one thing only. There’s no heat in a story like that because from the moment the succubus appears it’s quite clear that she is, sadly, …

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Jun 02 2015

A Review of The Succubus Journals by Monique Reyer

The Succubus Journals by Monique Reyer

  Recently a short series called The Succubus Journals was completed and as such I am going to review that series today on the Tale. The thing about this series is that there is a story, it is actually an interesting one, but the problem comes in that the story isn’t told for the sake …

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