Jul 11 2016

Lesson Plans Part Two By TeraS

Continuing the story I began last week on the Tale; a story of learning, in many different ways. Not everything one needs to learn can be found in a book. Sometimes such knowledge requires some practical …


Lesson Plans
Part Two
By TeraS
For Adelle


Sexuality is. Passions are. For those of the Realm, the concept of being sexual is as much of who they are as it is the need to breathe. But sexuality by itself is only part of the equation. The other part comes from the passions brought to each encounter. It isn’t simply a matter of ‘doing,’ as one might think. Sex by itself is … a bit bland, really. It is a means to an end, the base need within every succubi or incubi. They could, and some do, ensnare souls, have—or take—what they need, and then move on to the next soul and start the process all over again.

But that isn’t living. That is existing … which is where Adelle found herself. The first lesson Tera taught was that she loved—period; full stop. There were no conditions on that point, there was no need to offer something in return. Tera didn’t love in the hope of gaining something from that love. She loved … because. There was no need to have a reason.

Again Tera asked Adelle: “What’s wrong, sweetheart? Talk to me, please.”

She couldn’t put into words what she needed, exactly, because Adelle couldn’t quite put her finger on what her problem was. No, that wasn’t exactly true: she knew what the problem was, she just didn’t want to admit to it.

Tera’s wan smile as she waited for Adelle to marshal her thoughts rekindled another memory in the novice succubi.

There is a place in the Realm where new succubi and incubi come to learn of their needs. Much of the time, elder succubi or incubi are there to help them to gain control, to find what pleases them most, what they require to fill the aching need they have within. Sometimes, however, they cannot help in the search for fulfillment among some of those seeking it.

At the time, Adelle was confused as to why she couldn’t find her way. She had been with, at least she thought, every single succubi or incubi that had matured, found their ways and learned their paths. She had lapped, sucked, rode, and played with so many of them they had become somewhat of a blur in her thoughts.

On one particular morning, she had found a silver card by her beside: a request that she attend to the place, as she had every morning before. But there was a special note added this time, and it made Adelle raise her eyebrows, and then rush off to the mall to do some shopping.

The walk from the mall was possibly the hottest thing that Adelle had done. It wasn’t the walk itself that made her nethers flutter and dampen with lust. No, it was all of the looks she was getting from everyone she was passing. After all, a well-endowed, black-tailed succubi, her blue hair done up in two long pigtails that swished around her as she walked, was an attention getter, to say the least. The horn-rimmed glasses, addong a bit of a nerdy look, was another. But it was the over-sexualized schoolgirl outfit that really turned a lot of heads, making a few of their owners walk into walls and lamp poles.

Adelle was trying to keep things together as best she could, but that wasn’t the simplest thing. She didn’t have a choice about what she was wearing, after all. The note was very specific. She wore a short-sleeve, button-down white shirt, tied in a knot in the front, exposing her tummy. The lace, black bra underneath was the same colour as her tail and horns; she had made sure that the one she picked was going to make her cleavage look more than delicious—it was going to simply be temptation itself. Every so often, her hands found their way to the hem of her far-too-short-to-be-legal plaid skirt, trying to tug it down a little bit, so that not quite so much of her lovely ass showed, or so too much of a step wouldn’t flash her black panties to everyone that was staring … not that her drooling pussy minded very much, thank you. Her thigh-high white stockings and black kitten heels gave little doubt that she was a very naughty schoolgirl, and the thought of that made Adelle lick her lips and smile. Being naughty made her hot, and Adelle knew that she looked yummy enough to eat. If she was honest with herself, she hoped that whomever she was going to see would … teach her.

Arriving at the place the card summoned her to, Adelle opened the door and found herself in a classroom; perhaps a bit expected, perhaps a bit stereotypical. The room was quite small, really, there being only one desk for a student, one for the teacher, a blackboard at the front of the room, and then, of course, the little touches that only a classroom that existed in a world of sexual creatures would have. This was, after all, a world of erotic exploration and knowledge, so the collection of various sex toys, bottles of lube, a vast number of books on every sexual position and method one could, or could not, imagine, wasn’t a shock.

Closing the door, Adelle wandered about the room, looking at things and wondering, again, who her teacher would be. She was toying with a particularly interesting vibrator when the door opened and Adelle heard the clicking of heels on the hardwood floor. Still playing with the vibe, Adelle turned towards the sounds, expecting to see just another succubi or incubi. What she saw made her gasp and drop the vibrator to the floor where it clattered, forgotten as Adelle’s sex flared in heat and she moaned.

The teacher was Tera, and Adelle couldn’t help the whimper of lust.

Tera had never, not once, looked imposing. She was all smiles, dressed in a way that just looked right for her, and, if Adelle was truthful to herself, she adored Tera being able to do so.

Then there was this time.

Tera peered at Adelle through her glasses with thin black frames, a wan smile on her lips: “Adelle.”

The black-tail was frozen like a deer caught in headlights. The tone of voice the red-tail used was one that snaked its way deep into Adelle, crooking its finger against her clit and making it thrum.

The image that Adelle faced was Tera, her hair in a ponytail, her horns quite prominent against what was, for Tera, a quite unexpected hairstyle. The headmistress look, in black, made Adelle melt.

Tera looking severe and strict was a turn on.

Tera pointing a finger to the floor made the bluenette’s knees weak.

Adelle’s sex flared in want as she sank to the floor, head bowed, hands clasped right above her needy, wet, throbbing sex.

“You’ve been a naughty girl, Adelle.”

Nibbling her lips almost hard enough to taste blood, Adelle whimpered: “Yes, Ma’am.”

She could only look down as Tera came closer, her sensible shoes belying the reality that just above them were a pair of deep black hose, attached to garters. Adelle couldn’t help but wonder what colour Tera’s panties were.

“Black, just like my lace bra.”

Adelle had forgotten that Tera could read her thoughts, and all that did was make her pussy drip as she realized that she had been daydreaming about this. Her need, her fantasy, her want, her passion … was Tera dominating her. Not in a cruel way, but as a teacher to a student—a student aching for a firm hand to guide her.

A hand that was caressing her cheek, then trailing its way along her chin before drawing its way along the nape of her neck. “Naughty girls like you need to be taught a lesson, Adelle.”

A hand that teased over Adelle’s cleavage, pinching one nipple, making her gasp and arch in delight. “We’ll start with something … simple.”

The hand left, then Tera walked away. Adelle managed to keep looking at the floor as Tera walked to the head of the classroom. She heard a chair being moved, then all was quiet again.

“Look up, Adelle.”

When she did, Adelle’s breath caught. Tera was perched, not on a chair, but a throne. Nothing else had changed, Tera still looked like a schoolmistress, they were still in the classroom. But Adelle knew that Tera was teaching her a needed lesson.

Crooking a finger, Tera motioned Adelle to come to her: “Come here.”

It was one of the hottest things Adelle could remember. That short distance she managed on her hands and knees, her eyes held by her Queen’s finger playing with the hem of her leather skirt. The scent of cherries was … divine. Driven by her passions, the younger succubi was nuzzling unrestrained against her Domme’s hosiery, running her hands along the garters, pausing as she felt the brunette’s black lace panties against her fingertips. Being allowed to kiss and lick, to taste, to swim in the bliss of pleasuring the Queen herself was making her cum. She was whining in pleasure as Tera wound her hands around Adelle’s pigtails to hold her in place, submitting to Tera’s pleasures and, in doing so, finding her own moment of bliss, giving herself up to Tera’s firm hand.

This was the second lesson that Adelle learned. Tera knew you better than you knew yourself. She would, if given the chance, show you ecstasy unimagined. The touch of the Queen was bliss, given for the pleasure you wanted and desired.

In the present, Tera was still smiling wanly: “Penny for your thoughts, sweetheart?”

Adelle’s reply out of her memory was somewhere between a moan and an orgasm.

Lesson Two: Tera was passion.

The next lesson would take a leap of faith, and trust, as well …

Jul 10 2016

A Review of Have You Met My Succubus? by Allan Williams

Have You Met My Succubus? by Allan Williams

Have You Met My Succubus? by Allan Williams

The thing about creating a story universe is that there needs to be a lot of time taken to think about the characters, their stories, and how to connect everything together. Sometimes this can be done by just having one singular character that just “is there” throughout all of the works in the collection. They need not be in every story, really a mention or two can be enough on its own.

To create such a universe, to slip into the stories ideas and characters that are different, leave the stereotypical expectations behind and tell something of a story that is unexpected I personally do enjoy. If one can do so and allow for the impossible, at least from the view of those in the stories, to happen, that’s a treat on it’s own.

  • Title: Have You Met My Succubus?
  • Author: Allan Williams
  • Length: 242 Pages
  • Publishing Date: December 19, 2015
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells about:

Have you ever wondered how to cure a cursed unicorn (or even why unicorns would exist)? How would you deal with the nuisance of a werewolf tracking you?

What does a Great Dragon do when it feels life is stale and boring?

Is there ever a good time to chat up a succubus?

Have You Met My Succubus? is the first collection of fantasy short stories from the mystical world of Th’eia. Although similar to our own world of Gaia, within the realm of Th’eia magic is far more than an elusive, occasional shadow readily dismissed as imaginary, and the folk and creatures of our fables abound.

Have You Met My Succubus? presents nine short stories and a novella of vivid and imaginative tales of magic, mystery and adventure, each containing a surprising twist that will keep you guessing to the end. Most of the stories follow the adventures of Feuery, an auburn-haired, blue-eyed gnome wizardess in bad standing with the Wizards’ Guild. Not that she minds much: she is more than happy not to pay membership dues, and enjoys the complete freedom to get into whatever trouble or mischief takes her fancy from time to time.

A world of mystery, magic and discovery tells of those that live, quest, and in their own ways, come to love. Not everyone is as they first appear and in telling their stories, the truth is more than the story told. One always is learning in this world. About all around, the magic to be see, but most of all, the mysteries of the heart, mind and soul.

The story is richly told, reflecting the care and time spent by the author in setting out all that transpires within the pages. All of the stories matter, from beginning to end, and each of them can be found interwoven into the events and characters in other parts of the work. There are several overarching plots and characters in the work and it’s interesting to see them develop, change, and adapt to what happens around them and to them.

The succubus of this work, Rielar, is a wonderful example of this. She is clearing a succubus, freely admits to being so, and more. Her physical description is wonderful, but more so, her personality, how she cloaks herself, her intentions, is delicious because at times it isn’t clear what she wants, or intends to do. She’s a bit of a free soul in that and I liked how her character had purposed from the beginning and held to that.

There is a story in the work that features Rielar and in that story comes out who she is, why she has made some important choices, and what she desires. The search for this brings her to an encounter that is funny, odd and at times strained, but that develops her character and her story so very well. Every moment of this telling of that thread, the end result, and how much difference it makes, is one of the most wonderful stories about a Succubus that I have read this year.

This is a work of adventure, mystery and discovery and that holds throughout all of the works in the collection. The writing is excellent, there’s nothing that took me out of this universe, felt odd or out of place. There is a strong feeling of being in a fantasy world, with all of the trials and tribulations, but nothing is written for the sake of being so. There’s a point to everything said and done.

I wish that the story after Rielar made her choice was told more. There is more to be told about her life and leaving her story where it was I felt leaves too much untold. Her path isn’t going to be simple or easy, that much is clear, and seeing her deal with that, with those around her, I think is a story that needs to be told.

Highly recommended, I really would love to see a series of shorter stories come from this work focusing on the many wonderful characters that were touched on. Much promise in a world that has much to tell.

Four and a half out of five pitchforks.

I simply adored this work, the telling of the stories, the characters, but most especially Rielar herself. Following her story through the work, seeing where her quest takes her, and the results is something that I love to see. She is a succubus, there is no doubt, but she is more than that. Really that is that sets this work apart. It is more than what you might expect. In that I was the most thrilled by.



Jul 10 2016

A Review of Last Call for Love by Lila Shaw

Last Call for Love by Lila Shaw

Last Call for Love by Lila Shaw

I have reviewed many of Lila Shaw’s works, and really I have reviewed all of her succubus stories. In each I have found something that I adored, admired and was thrilled by. It is always a wonderful moment to discover another of her succubi stories and fall into the world she creates.

A reissued, and rewritten work this time from this author on the Tale, one that I had not been aware of before, but I am quite pleased that it has been reissued on its own rather than the anthology that it had been hidden in before.

There are some wishes that succubi cry out for. To know love, to experience it. But as well, in doing so, they know there is a price to be paid. In having love, and knowing the price, a moment can either damn or praise. Sometimes it can do both, but not always to the same soul.

  • Title: Last Call for Love
  • Author: Lila Shaw
  • Length: 31 Pages
  • ASIN: B01HYZ3AR8
  • Publishing Date: July 4, 2016
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

Penelope (Penn) is in love with a man she has denied herself for two years, not just because they are baseball teammates and good friends. Penn is a succubus, a demon creature sustained by sex, and the men she sleeps with must be mind-wiped after she feeds. Breaking the only law of her kind means death for the both the succubus and her man. When Penn succumbs in a weak moment, she has only hours left before she will be forever erased from Joe’s memory or destroyed.

Penelope, better known as Penn to her friends, loves two things more than anything else. One is baseball, the other is her dear friend on the baseball team. But being a succubus means she can’t touch him, as much as she loves him. But in a moment of need comes an admission of love and that love, as much as Penn wants it to be, can’t possibly be eternal.

I have to admit that I wasn’t quite sure how baseball and Penn being a succubus was going to work out. But as the story progresses, it’s less about the baseball and more about the game that Penn has been playing all of her life as a succubus.

As the story unfolds, Penn finds herself placed in a position she has been trying to avoid, needing to avoid. The meaning for that makes a lot of sense, the desire within Penn is palatable. When the moment comes, and she cannot help herself, the moment is a bit awkward, but there is love and passion within it.

From that comes a cute little scene, but it’s the resolution of the aftermath, in the telling of the truth coming out and Penn coming to terms with herself and her love. It’s that part of the story that I felt has the most joy and I adored that.

The erotica is lovely and hot, a pair of delicious hot flashes with the latter encounter being the better of the two in its romance, love and joy. It’s not silly or strange, it’s simply two souls in love and that’s the best erotica of all.

The ending is a bit unclear, I’m unsure if Penn’s outcome is as I think it is, that she remains as she was, but with an important change, two of them really. I know that’s vague, but it’s a core point in the ending and I don’t want to reveal it. I would have liked a little more clarity on that point, perhaps a bit more of what comes next for all of the characters.

A lovely story with quite a lot of joy, mirth and passion. It leaves me wanting at the end, needing to know a few little things, but overall I dearly enjoyed this work. Well worth a read and your time.

Four and a half out of five pitchforks.

A joy by far. A wonderful story with power and passion, love and need. Characters that tells their story and in doing so, offer so much. Really one of the most lovely stories Lila has written and one of my favourites.

Always hoping for something more, wishing the author the best always…



Jul 09 2016

A Morrigan Aensland Tribute YouTube with a slightly different beat…

Another Morrigan Aensland art tribute YouTube today with what I think is a rather upbeat music track behind it…


And if you cannot see the video here on the Tale, please try this link:


Normally I add an image from the video of Morrigan that I liked the best, but this time I am sharing an image that I hadn’t seen before. Most of the images in this video are the popular ones that have been seen of Morrigan, really in most videos like this, but this one is a bit different…

Morrigan Screenshot

I just think this is interesting mainly for those rings of power that are flowing away from Morrigan here… It has, at least for me, a hint of a hypnotic effect and I think that’s rather interesting…



Jul 08 2016

A Review of Creating a Woman Can Be Tricky by Susan Hart

Creating a Woman Can Be Tricky by Susan Hart

Creating a Woman Can Be Tricky by Susan Hart

There are some story ideas that, at first look, actually have something interesting to tell. Managing to take an idea and turn it into a story that holds onto the idea, but builds upon it can be a difficult thing to accomplish.

One of the pitfalls can in the characters, another can be in the telling of the story. It really never works to ignore substance. It also isn’t a good sign when the characters are rather stereotypical. Especially the one that is a succubus.

  • Title: Creating a Woman Can Be Tricky
  • Author: Susan Hart
  • Length: 13 Pages
  • ASIN: B019P7NM0S
  • Publishing Date: December 9, 2015
  • This work at Amazon.com

The work tells of:

When a man cleans out some trash from underneath his house he finds an old book of spells. Then, he tries it out…

Ben is forced to clean up the mess around his home and finds amongst all of the trash a book of spells that offers a way to summon a lover. But the thing about such books is there is always fine print and not paying attention can cost you.

The work begins with actually quite a lot of detail about Ben, his life, and what he wants, in a way. The events leading to the finding of the book start out relatively normal, but then become increasingly odd as things go. Upon finding the book, the story becomes a series of short scenes between Ben and a female being he has summoned through the book.

One of these, Kyra, is a succubus and overall she remains the longest in the work, but she is, as a whole, a rather stereotypical succubus in her words, actions, and what happens between her and Ben. There’s really not a lot of time spent in the telling of who Kyra is for getting to her entwining herself around Ben.

What follows after that is a series of encounters, rather short ones, before the final being appears and at least some of the underlying story is revealed. But in doing so the story really seems to lose its way. There is a lesson in the story, which is fine, but the telling of it, the person that does so, and how that is done doesn’t really get told well.

The work is short and to the point, the ending is quite sudden and leaves very little to the imagination. There’s really no redemption for any of the characters, nor is there in the ending something other than a twist followed by a taunt.

The work really could have been expanded on in a lot of ways. Each of the individual encounters could have been turned into ten or twenty page on its own, for one. As well, the climax of the work, the reveal, might have been drawn out as well. Perhaps in doing so the feeling of things being rushed at the end wouldn’t have been so much in the forefront of the work.

The erotica, which mainly focused on Kyra, has its moments, some heat, but it is rushed and in being so the heat becomes muted. There was the barest hint of some succubus mind control and other powers, and in some ways I liked that for the transformational aspects of it. But Kyra’s single minded focus I think took something away.

The writing needs some editing, if to just make the story be less rushed in the telling. The beginning of the work took quite some time to set everything up, but then when the story moved to the point of the work, that’s when things rushed by. Taking as much time in the latter two-thirds of the work would have made for a better read.

Two out of five pitchforks.

The concept is good, there’s a lot that could have been done with it. Instead the story cannot decide where it is going and by the time the ending arrives the opportunity is lost.



Jul 08 2016

A Review of The Naughty Succubus Part 7: Recollections by Becca Lusk

The Naughty Succubus Part 7: Recollections by Becca Lusk

The Naughty Succubus Part 7: Recollections by Becca Lusk

A review of the seventh work in The Naughty Succubus series by Becca Lusk today on the Tale, which brings to a close the first book in the Succubus In Love trilogy. You can find my firstsecond, and third reviews here. The fourth, fifth, and sixth reviews can be found here on the Tale as well.

There are forces in the universe which can be described as being primal. There are others than might be seen as being needful. But with all they represent and all they are capable of, they cannot resist one simple truth.

The issue is, however, what that truth is to each of them, and which truth is the one that really is…

  • Title: The Naughty Succubus Part 7: Recollections
  • Author: Becca Lusk
  • Length: 61 Pages
  • Publishing Date: June 22, 2016
  • This work at Amazon.com

The story tells of:

For countless millennia, angel has fought demon, knowing no other alternative. The world has been divided into Good and Evil. Now, a third force awakens. Barely defeated in the past, it arises again. And the only thing in its path is a sexy little succubus with a long name. But thankfully, she has friends. An angelic lover with a case of amnesia. A mischievous friend from the nether regions. A stern Archangel. And an ancient power – Tera, the Queen of the Succubi. Together, it’s up to them to protect the multiverse so people can keep doing the lewd and lascivious things that bring them pleasure.

What do you get when you start asking the wrong sorts of questions? When the status quo goes from being uncomfortable to just plain wrong? When you realize that life isn’t made out of black and white, but shades of grey?

Krys has found a miracle, one she never really expected to happen. Her Eternal has returned, and for a moment, a cherished one, they are together once more. But the story of the past, of how things came to be as they are, lurks close by and when that story is told, one thing is very clear. The joys of the moment come with a cost which will have to be paid. The question to be answered is, by whom?

There are quite a ew questions answered in this part of the series, some of them being given by Tera through her memories, but also through Krys as well. The telling of the conflict of the past, the events that came to pass through the action, and guided inaction of many characters makes quite a good deal of sense. The comparison between the battles of the past, and the “discussion” of the present shows that the characters have developed over time, but not really how that happened.

Thera are gaps, mainly in the relationship between Krys and Gabriel, which I really do want to know more about and not just in how the two of them are wonderful together when they are intimate. There is the start of a connection in the past, borne out in the events of the present. Telling that part of the story will, I assume, come in a later part of the series and I do look forward to seeing that.

The hint of the coming conflict in the past offers some insights to both sides involved, but what Chaos is, represents, or will do, is a bit shaded. Again, something to explore later. Tera can’t tell everything here, nor really should she, but the hints are there. At the same time, Krys’ character, once she is reunited with Gabriel, really shines and I adored that.

The joy she has in the here and now is bright and clear. The moment of the two of them being together, being intimate, and, for what has been so very long for Krys, feels right. There’s the lovely aspect of Krys being a tease, Gabriel being a little out of his depths. But there is love between them both. The best story of all to tell and explore.

As much as I adore the characters and story, there needs to be another editing pass overall. There’s some disconnects in the dialogue, some mistakes in word choices and so forth. Some of the things that one specific character says, a certain ebon haired Queen, are a little odd, but a needed editing will clear that up I’m quite sure.

The promise in this series are the characters, specifically Krys and Gabriel. The love between them is very clear and I do so long to see them be happy, for with all they have been through, it is something they both deserve most of all. Where things go from here I have a few ideas, one of which seems to make more sense than anything else does. We’ll see what happens next and that’s the singular thing about this series. The anticipation of what dear Krys will see, and what will come from that.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

The singular thing that I really wish to see is the author editing her works a little more. There’s a really interesting story here, and I really want that to come out in the best way possible. Where the story goes from here is something I am really looking forward to seeing.

I mentioned at the beginning that this work marked the end of the first work in the Succubus In Love series, and so it is. But that also means there is a collected edition of this series which was released on July 7, 2016 as Fallen Angel: Book One of the Succubus Trilogy.

I will be reviewing that work shortly, as much of my wishes with regards to editing, storytelling, and more, come into force with this release.

Postscript: My thanks to Rebecca for her dedication to me at the beginning of her work, but more, my love and hugs to someone I think of as a dear friend and sister…



Jul 07 2016

Succubi Image of the Week 442

A lovely Morrigan Aensland piece of art this time for the Succubi of the Week… It isn’t always important that Morrigan be showing off all of her “assets” to the world. It is, however. important that her strengths are…

Morrigan by sakimichan

Morrigan by Sakimichan

This work of Morrigan is by the artist Sakimichan on DeviantArt. You can find the original page on DeviantArt with this art here and this artist’s page can be found here.

Just a wonderful image of Morrigan, I especially like her expression as the focus here, but the detail in this art is simply amazing. I do so like the little hearts fluttering about her, I think that’s a neat touch here. The shine on her clothing works really well, her pose seems right too. The background is interesting, there’s a sense of mystery and that adds to the setting and how Morrigan is expressed here.

Really one of the best images of Morrigan for the year I do believe…