Category Archive: Novels and Books

Oct 13 2013

A Review of Broken Dolls by B. R. Kingsolver

Broken Dolls by B. R. Kingsolver

I follow, quite closely actually, a series about Succubi and their families by the author B. R. Kingsolver. I have reviewed the first, second and third book in that series before on the Tale and I am simply thrilled to see a new work in this universe has been published. Within this series there has been …

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Oct 11 2013

A Review of Gender Bender Succubus 3 by Maxine Albedo

Gender Bender Succubus 3 by Maxine Albedo

For the last two weeks I’ve reviewed works from an author that involved someone becoming a Succubus and that needing them to have a gender change. You can find that first review here. And the second book can be found here as well reviewed on the Tale. At some point in the series I expected that …

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Oct 06 2013

A Review of Gender Bender Succubus 2 by Maxine Albedo

Gender Bender Succubus 2 by Maxine Albedo

Last week I reviewed the first book from an author that involved someone becoming a Succubus and that needing them to have a gender change. You can find that review here. I had certain questions and some expectations for another book from this author and they did write one. The thing of it is, it’s mostly …

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Oct 04 2013

A Review of Gender Bender Succubus by Maxine Albedo

Gender Bender Succubus by Maxine Albedo

Some of the more interesting stories about Succubi involve a gender change. I really don’t mind that as, for me at least, I care more about the Succubus, when she appears and what she does than anything else in the story to a honest. One of the things that I wonder about most of the …

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Sep 29 2013

A Review of Second Succubus by Maxwell Avoi

Second Succubus by Maxwell Avoi

There are. when you think about it, really two main truths in the universe. On the one hand you have those that look to do dark things. To bring that darkness into others, envelope them with it, and then spread that taint as far as they can. On the other you have those that believe …

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Sep 27 2013

A Review of Hope by Emma South

Hope by Emma South

It is important, to me at least, that the opening of a series has one very important thing in it. It isn’t so much the erotica or the themes within that matter as much as the characters themselves. I like to see real, true, emotional characters with a past they do not ignore or forget. …

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Sep 22 2013

A Review of Heat Wave by Taryn Kincaid

Heat Wave by Taryn Kincaid

Erotica is nothing without character growth as part of the story. I find it very difficult to enjoy a story when the characters at the beginning are exactly the same at the end of the story… especially when it comes to Succubi… Perhaps the thing that I most enjoy is when a character seems to …

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