Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Sep 06 2016

A Review of the Bloody Anastasia series by Anna Voo

Vampire Lust by Anna Voo

A review of a series of works in which the main character is, at least, a half-succubus, but in spite of her being so, there’s not a lot of focus on what that means. Most of that comes from the theme of the works, which are about vampires, and being so there’s actually very little …

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Sep 04 2016

A Review of Veronica’s Awakening: Tales of the Succubus by Twisted Dave

Veronica's Awakening: Tales of the Succubus by Twisted Dave

There are some ideas about succubi that give me pause. One of the larger ones is just how it works to have a Succubus that is also a vampire. I can’t quite accept the idea, mainly because a Succubus, at least a “true” one, is a demon and a vampire is an undead being. The …

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Sep 04 2016

A Review of Suck A Bus by Mark Allen

Suck A Bus by Mark Allen

Many times I come across a work that has all kinds of glowing reviews. They speak of something positive in the work, that it is worth reading. While I accept that everyone’s tastes are different, I can’t always agree. There are some works that simply do not have anything in them for me to enjoy. …

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Sep 02 2016

A Review of Princess to Pleasure Slave 10: Chaos Demons Edition by Amanda Clover

Princess to Pleasure Slave 10: Chaos Demons Edition by Amanda Clover

There are many stories in which succubi are minor characters and, as a whole, they are used in various ways to add a bit of sexuality to a story at best, or be used as nothing more than playthings at worst. As a whole I find that boring, uninteresting and tends to make me not …

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Sep 02 2016

A Review of Gwen’s Succubus Lover by Lucinda Leigh

Gwen's Succubus Lover by Lucinda Leigh

The concept of a succubus can be different things to different souls. At the core, however, the need for sex, whatever kind it may be, seems to be unshakable. When a work needs the erotica to tell the story, there is a danger that the story is pushed aside, left behind. It also becomes a …

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Aug 30 2016

A Review of Seduction From Hell by Kevin Landrum

Seduction From Hell by Kevin Landrum

There is such a thing as getting lost in the minutia of telling a story. While telling of a character’s need for a cup of coffee, and their reaction to it, offers a glimpse into them, it isn’t who they are. Telling that story, especially for the main character, matters. Leaving out the why for …

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Aug 30 2016

A Review of Lilitu by Craig McGray

Lilitu by Craig McGray

There is a dark side to the succubus myth and being so it is one that many authors take and tell the story of. Sometimes that story can be dark and erotic, sometimes it simply is dark. It can be horrific, without a doubt, but sometimes the horror isn’t all there is. Taking a slightly …

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