Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Jan 10 2017

A Review of Awakenings by Emma Night

Awakenings by Emma Night

I don’t mind collections of works, really it is an opportunity to read many different stories and be captivated by them. The problem I have is when it seems like the work is one story, offered as such, but then in the pages you find the story you thought was going to be 600 pages …

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Jan 08 2017

A Review of Craving the Incubus by Ruby Thurston

Craving the Incubus by Ruby Thurston

A review of a prequel work today on the Tale. The beginning of a series in which there are D/s themes, the appearance of incubi, and possibly succubi in the future. It’s a unique universe, the themes are very emotional and pointed at times, which are good things. Along the way comes a lot of …

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Jan 08 2017

A Review of She’s a Demon by Vladimir Ostrovski

She's a Demon by Vladimir Ostrovski

There are some stories which never seem to find their footing. There’s never any traction in the plot, the characters don’t do anything save go in circles. There’s a lack of heat, a missing passion in the erotica. Things are worse when the editing leaves a lot to be desired and the overall story just seems …

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Jan 06 2017

A Review of The Job Swimsuits Her by Zayna Noble

The Job Swimsuits Her by Zayna Noble

The author Zayna Noble has been publishing quite a lot of works with succubi characters in them. Those characters are interesting, I think there’s a lot of depth to be explored, stories to be told. But as as whole, many of the stories aren’t really stories about the succubi themselves, even it the titles suggest they …

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Jan 06 2017

A Review of Dahlia the Demon by Danielle Voelkel

Dahlia the Demon by Danielle Voelkel

The creation of a story needs a setting, a reason for why things happen. They cannot just be, exist, or snap into being. Some kind of grounding needs to exist, to push the characters towards a goal, a moment, something. The universe works in mysterious ways, something that can, when the moment comes, change things. …

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Jan 03 2017

A Review of War of Lust by Sierra Lee

War of Lust by Sierra Lee

It’s a rare thing when Succubi appear in a swords and sorcery story and they are actually allowed to be seductive, use their powers to tempt and cause others to fall to them by lust instead of by sword. I like that theme, keeping Succubi from just being fodder and making them something more. But …

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Jan 03 2017

A Review of Red River Song by A. R. Mummey

Red River Song by A. R. Mummey

It’s necessary for characters to grow in a story. They can’t remain static in the face of their world changing. While there can be reasons for that, leaving a character in the depths of despair with no hope is a sad thing. More so when that is a weapon to be used against themselves. Some …

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