Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jul 24 2016

A Review of Marked By The Succubus by Vivienne Black

Marked By The Succubus by Vivienne Black

There are many short stories appearing which have succubi as characters. The single most common problem with stories that are so short, is that there’s no time spent in actually telling a complete story. There is the suggestion of one, the offer of something more than happens. Many times such works seem to be an opening …

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Jul 22 2016

A Review of Fuzzy Magic by J.H. Bond

Fuzzy Magic by J.H. Bond

I like stories where Succubi are described as being different than what they are generally expected to be. The idea of what seems be a witch, in many ways, being said to be a Succubus to me is a little different and I think it is an interesting concept to explore. The thing is, when …

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Jul 22 2016

A Review of Home In Her Arms by C.V. Walter and J.D. Rammer

Home In Her Arms by C.V. Walter and J.D. Rammer

There is such as thing as promise in a story. The promise of the characters, the promise of the story. Sometimes there is the promise of a succubus appearing, even if they only do so fleetingly and tangentially to the story itself. In May of 2015, I reviewed a work by this author in which …

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Jul 19 2016

A Review of Taken By Lust/Demonic Lust by Ruby Winchester

Taken By Lust by Ruby Winchester

The thing that I have the most problem with are characters that, when the story is done, fall into what feels like an ending that doesn’t do much to make the story that came before really worth the reading. While I know that not all stories have a happy ending, when there seems to be …

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Jul 19 2016

A Review of My Best Friend is a Succubus 2: Book Two: Coven by Amanda Clover

My Best Friend is a Succubus 2: Book Two: Coven by Amanda Clover

A review of the second work in the My Best Friend is a Succubus series by Amanda Clover. I reviewed the first work in the series earlier this year, and you can find that review here. I felt that the series had some promise, even if some of the moments and characters were slightly stereotypical in how they …

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Jul 17 2016

A Review of Long Term Memory by Nanea Knott

Long Term Memory by Nanea Knott

It’s been a little while since I’ve written a review of the Sex Demon series by Nanea Knott here on the Tale. I was thrilled to see that the fourth work in the series was recently released and so I return to a series that I love and adore. You can find my review of the prequel I’ll Never …

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Jul 17 2016

A Review of Wicked City by Tracey H. Kitts

Wicked City by Tracey H. Kitts

There have been quite a number of works that have tried to create a character who is both a succubus and a vampire. The problem that I have always had with that concept is there’s never really been a good balance between the two sides, and, generally, the vampire side takes control of the story …

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