Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Dec 18 2016

A Review of The Succubus Seduction: Frenkel’s Battle Against A Demon’s Pervesion by Naomi Agate

The Succubus Seduction: Frenkel’s Battle Against A Demon’s Pervesion by Naomi Agate

To tell a story about Lilith, she does need to be a force. There needs to be power in her words, her form, and her desires. There will be darkness in that, of course, which leads to the question of how does a man resist her? Or really can he? To be trapped, ensnared by …

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Dec 16 2016

A Review of HSA-98: The Jackal by Quixerotic

HSA-98: The Jackal by Quixerotic

An ongoing series that I have been reading from time to time is the HSA Archive series by Quixerotic. The thing about this series is that the focus is on a hot flash which leaves, at least for me, a lot to be desired. The stories feel like a tease sometimes and when that happens they leave …

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Dec 16 2016

A Review of the Succubus Lives series by M.G. Bubbles

My Life as a Succubus Demon: Part 1 by M.G. Bubbles

  There’s more to writing a story than the actual writing. The story can be amazing, the characters stunning, but if the editing is a disaster, then the story can’t be what it should be. A review of a series that has a good idea, interesting characters but has several problems as well. Learning you …

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Dec 13 2016

A Review of Covetous: A Song of Sin: Book I – Interview From Hell by Patricia Sly

Covetous: A Song of Sin: Book I - Interview From Hell by Patricia Sly

Sometimes the most interesting thing about a Succubus in a story isn’t that she’s a succubus. It isn’t about what she does, if she claims soul, how she does that. What’s interesting to me is who she is, not what she is. Being a Succubus isn’t a character trait, it isn’t what makes a story, …

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Dec 13 2016

A Review of Insatiable: A Paranormal Succubus Romance by Mika-Rae Leone

Insatiable: A Paranormal Succubus Romance by Mika-Rae Leone

One of the issues I have with some stories is that they take a path to the ending that’s a bit of a cop-out. Rather that force the character to make a choice, to deal with their own flaws, they are taken to an event, or decision point, that comes out of nowhere and seems …

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Dec 11 2016

A Review of Little Love by Catherine LaCroix

Little Love by Catherine LaCroix

Quite some time ago, an author began a series, but didn’t bring the series to a conclusion. A while ago, I came across the works of this author and was captivated by the stories told. The shame was that the last work in the series had never appeared. To my delight, the author contacted me …

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Dec 11 2016

A Review of Killer Kisses by ML Michaels

Killer Kisses by ML Michaels

I do understand that authors are putting their works together into a collection. That’s mainly because of Kindle Unlimited of course. But the thing is when a story bills itself as being over 300 pages, one expects a story that long. A story that has character development, that takes the time to tell that story. …

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