Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jun 10 2014

A Review of For Love of a Succubus by Leona D. Reish

For Love of a Succubus by Leona D. Reish

The question of the family of any Succubus, to me, makes for a very interesting story. The relationships between mother and daughter are important ones and they do shape the person the daughter becomes. But it also matters when the siblings, specifically brothers, are involved and then a very difficult question appears. What if the …

Continue reading »

Jun 08 2014

A Review of The Succubus’ Sub – Session Nine: Lessons Learned by John Dylena

The Succubus’ Sub – Session Nine: Lessons Learned by John Dylena

Today I am continuing my review of the series The Succubus’ Sub, by John Dylena. You can find the review of the first book in the series here. The second book was reviewed here and the third can be found here. The fourth work’s review can be found here with the fifth book’s review here on the Tale and the sixth was reviewed here. The seventh book was …

Continue reading »

Jun 06 2014

A Review of Hell To Pay: Carnival of Lust by Marc Cabot

Hell To Pay: Carnival of Lust by Marc Cabot

To my pleasant surprise this week… Actually two of them, but the latter I’ll reveal at the end of this review, I was delighted to learn that Marc Cabot had released a new work in his Hell to Pay series which has one of my favourite Succubi in it. I reviewed the first two works …

Continue reading »

Jun 03 2014

A Review of The Succubus and the Crown by Daniel Garcia

The Succubus and the Crown by Daniel Garcia

I’ll be reviewing the second work by Daniel Garcia today called The Succubus and the Crown. I reviewed the firs book in the series on Sunday and you can find that review here. I adored the first work in the series and I had some very high expectations for the second work. As a whole …

Continue reading »

Jun 01 2014

A Review of The Succubus in a Red Dress by Daniel Garcia

The Succubus in a Red Dress by Daniel Garcia

Sometimes I am, I have to admit, really slow when it comes to reviewing books about Succubi. There are some books that, honestly,I know, from the first page, I should have read sooner than I have managed. A long time ago, Daniel Garcia reached out to me on the SuccuWiki and I’ve always remembered his …

Continue reading »

May 30 2014

A Review of Captive by Felicia Fox

Captive by Felicia Fox

Earlier this year I reviewed the first work in a new series by Felicia Fox called Consumed. As I wrote in that review, I felt a strong connection to the characters, the story was wonderful, and I was waiting, none too patiently mind you, for the next work in the series. Today on the Tale, …

Continue reading »

May 27 2014

A Review of Dark Initiation: Confessions of a Succubus, Book 1 by Becca Allyson

Dark Initiation: Confessions of a Succubus, Book 1 by Becca Allyson

One thing that I really look for when a series about Succubi begins is that there is history in it. By that I mean, at least for me, it’s better that we learn about the main character, her past and where she is at the beginning of the tale. Without that hook the series really …

Continue reading »

7/501st...678...2040...Lst