Category Archive: Succubi

Aug 18 2015

A Review of the Incubus series by Abigail Fox

Ravaged by the Incubus by Abigail Fox

Two works with incubi in them in this review, both seemingly set in the same universe, in some way. Sadly, neither of these works are available any longer, both of them being removed from sale and the author vanishing as well. Still, they deserve to be reviewed, and so they will be. As an aside, …

Continue reading »




Aug 17 2015

Knee Socks By TeraS

I decided that I needed to write something fun this time on the Tale. I’m not sure this is exactly what I had in mind, but it seemed like a good idea, which, like many good ideas in the Realm, took on a life of its own …   Knee Socks By TeraS   Sometimes, …

Continue reading »




Aug 16 2015

A Review of Just This Once by Sylvia Parker

Just This Once by Sylvia Parker

One of the things that bothers me is the summaries that some books have. They do tell something of what is going on, but there is a problem that crops up from time to time. Sometimes they tell a very small part of the overall work and leave out everything else. I do realize that, …

Continue reading »




Aug 16 2015

A Review of Julie’s Ascent by Emily Walker

Julie's Ascent by Emily Walker

Quite some time ago, I reviewed a work on the Tale in which I thought that the story had some promise, even though it was so very short. I mentioned at the time that the work seemed like the beginning of a longer, more detailed origin story for a series and I wondered if that …

Continue reading »




Aug 15 2015

A Blonde Succubus art YouTube

Blonde Succubus by Bloodyvampyre1987

Another art in progress YouTube on the Tale today, one with a Succubus that strikes me as being a bit forceful in her attitude and personality I think… Possibly with a touch of being a vampire in her as well…   And if you cannot see the video on YouTube, try this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Rh5Pd1K-vE This …

Continue reading »




Aug 14 2015

A Review of Succubus by Joyce Melbourne

Succubus by Joyce Melbourne

The one thing I cannot enjoy is a work that takes a stereotypical view of the idea of Succubi and does nothing with them. Yes there can be some erotic moments, yes there can be some part of the Succubus that might be interesting. But the problem is when the story follows a path which …

Continue reading »




Aug 14 2015

A Review of Succubus: Succubus by Olga Berg

Succubus: Succubus by Olga Berg

There are few works about Succubi that tell things about them that hold me from the beginning. It especially matters when the Succubus herself might look like the legends, but is not what the legends tell them to be. They can be thankful, caring, offer something to another that changes their lives. But that is, …

Continue reading »




97/4921st...2040...969798...100120...Lst