Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jul 14 2015

A Review of the Escaping Hell series by Inna Don and Stephannie Beman

Forbidden Angel by Inna Don and Stephannie Beman

A review of an incomplete series called Escaping Hell, but with the promise that there will be a concluding work appearing soon, or at least I would hope so. Angels sometimes are foolish, they go places they shouldn’t, do things they need not do. Or at least that is what most think of them. By …

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Jul 14 2015

A Review of the Small Town Succubus series by Ruby Wildes

Small Town Succubus by Ruby Wildes

A review on the Tale today of a lovely little series that tells the story of a succubus moving into a small town and some of the things… and people… that she gets up to. I like cute, funny and sexy stories very much, and it isn’t often that an author manages to make that …

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Jul 12 2015

A Review of Fatal Seduction and Fatal Seduction 2 by Sierra Lee

Fatal Seduction and Fatal Seduction 2 by Sierra Lee

A review of two works which have quite a few twists in them, not the least of which is how the stories unfold. Overall each work can be read on its own, there isn’t all that much of a connection between the two stories, save for two characters that appear in both works. One of …

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Jul 12 2015

A Review of the Transformed series by Sylvia Parker

The Succubus Meets Her Match by Sylvia Parker

A review today on the Tale of a series that seems to have a Succubus as one of the characters, but in the end I was wondering where she vanished to. Assuming that having the word Succubus in the title of a work would mean that a Succubus might be a major character in it …

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Jul 10 2015

A Review of The Incubus and The Others by Trent St. Germain

The Incubus and The Others by Trent St. Germain

The singular truth about humanity, and for that matter, all sort of beings, is that there are aspects of our personalities that lord over us. Some of them can be good, others not so much so. Perhaps some of the most terrifying are the ones we think are completely above us but are our worst. What …

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Jul 10 2015

A Review of The Succubus and her Girl by Jamie White

The Succubus and her Girl by Jamie White

Some stories about Succubi, and Lilith in particular, are told in such a way that the main character of the story is taught a lesson. Sometimes that lesson is one about themselves, sometimes it’s about what they have done. Many times it is about seeking revenge or transforming them into a tool for Lilith or …

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Jul 07 2015

A Review of Taken by Her Mechanic by Tori Kiss

Taken by Her Mechanic by Tori Kiss

Some time ago I reviewed a work by an author that I thought had quite a lot of promise. It told the story of a Succubus encountering her one unexpectedly. You can find that review on the Tale here. Imagine my surprise when a work with a similar title, published under a different author’s name, appeared. …

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