Tag Archive: Books and Novels

May 08 2016

A Review of The Naughty Succubus: Part 1: The First Meeting by Becca Lusk

The Naughty Succubus: Part 1: The First Meeting by Becca Lusk

A review of a newly begun series by Becca Lusk called The Naughty Succubus this time on the Tale. I’ve often said that there are some story ideas that have something about them that I find interesting, but then the editing, or the dialogue, or sometimes the erotica takes away a lot of that. The …

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May 08 2016

A Review of Case of the Missing Succubus by Gerald Costlow

Case of the Missing Succubus by Gerald Costlow

I do enjoy works in which the joy the author has in writing comes out clearly in the characters, the story, and the world they are creating. The thing kept in mind is making the characters tell the story, not the story tell the characters. By allowing them to “be” the story that places a …

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May 06 2016

A Review of Recruited by the Sexy Witches by Sally Fornia

Recruited by the Sexy Witches by Sally Fornia

I will be reviewing the third work in the Cult of the Futa Goddess series today on the Tale. I will say up front that I didn’t read the preceding works in the series, but that isn’t necessary to get an idea of what is going on in this story and who the characters are. …

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May 06 2016

A Review of Incubus Seduction by Lyra Valentine

Incubus Seduction by Lyra Valentine

A review of the first work in a new series called Witches Boone by Lyra Valentine today which has a rather different sort of incubus appear as one of the main characters. The story itself is interesting, certainly a bit different, and as the opening into this series it works well. But there’s a little something missing among all …

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May 03 2016

A Review of Dark Reflections by Alana Church

Dark Reflections by Alana Church

A review today of the third work in The Succubus series by Alana Church, a series that I have found myself captivated with as it has progressed. I reviewed the first work in the series here and the second work here on the Tale recently and how that second work closed left a rather interesting …

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May 03 2016

A Review of How I Became a Succubus Were-Woman by Abbey Lynn

How I Became a Succubus Were-Woman by Abbey Lynn

In the midst of telling a story, there are a series of things that need to be present in order for it to be more than “just” erotica. There needs to be a well explained world, a reason for things being as they are. There needs to be characters that you care about enough to …

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May 01 2016

A Review of Wake Up by Eugene Ahn

Wake Up by Eugene Ahn

There are those works that I come across which have such a deep, overriding sense of loss, of despair, of utter darkness that they are very hard to read. Sometimes these works are described as being horror. They tend to suggest that, bring it out at some point, and in doing so the overall impact …

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