Category Archive: Novels and Books

Aug 08 2014

A Review of Her Dreams Come True by Miranda Heart

Her Dreams Come True by Miranda Heart

One thing that I look for in story writing is that the characters have a strong, clear voice. I want to be able to read their words and know who is speaking. It is important that they do not jumble into the same voice throughout the story for that is confusing and bothersome. The other …

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Aug 05 2014

A Review of To Summon A Succubus by C. T. LaCreme

To Summon A Succubus by C. T. LaCreme

Personally I prefer that Succubi have strong personalities. That they are aware that they have power, desire, and need. But also that they have within them the knowledge of right from wrong and what that means. To be a leader, to have that, means you need to be more, give more, act more. Every fault …

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Aug 03 2014

A Review of Burning Up by Candra Aubrey

Burning Up by Candra Aubrey

There is something that isn’t quite right about the way a lot of self published works appear. There are writing flaws, lack of editing and other things that are simply a matter of the author not quite doing all they should do when they create. But the one thing that I cannot stand is when …

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Aug 01 2014

A Review of Incubi’s Lust by Rebecca Kind

Incubi's Lust by Rebecca Kind

I don’t like coming into a story where it is part of an ongoing series of stories. The main problem is that you lose so much about the main characters, their history, what drives them and so on. But it can also give a view of them that isn’t held by previous exploration of who …

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Jul 29 2014

A Review of the Ari Lasher series by Sarina Asheford

Derek - An Ari Lasher Story by Sarina Asheford

It is common for many Succubi to be written as having no hope, no will to try to be more than they are. It seems like the idea of a Succubus begin more, having a little bit of joy in their lives is something that they cannot have. But what if they can be, even …

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Jul 27 2014

A Review of The Demon of the Night by John Dylena and Lana Hart

The Demon of the Night by John Dylena and Lana Hart

The question of one’s origin, of who someone is matters. When it is of a character whom you love, care about, and most of all, respect, that origin means a lot more than some might expect. One of my favourite authors, John Dylena, has written with Lana Hart, a story that connects to the Raethiana series, …

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Jul 25 2014

A Review of The Missing Sacrifice by Glenn Scrimshaw

The Missing Sacrifice by Glenn Scrimshaw

It’s something that does, occasionally, bother me when Succubi appear, quite literally for two paragraphs in a story, then aren’t part of the story again, but the summary of the book uses them as a hook for readers to consider buying it. So, in this case, yes, there is the barest hint of Succubi in …

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