Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Mar 22 2016

A Review of The Dark Queen Returns by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

The Dark Queen Returns by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

A review of the third work in the Succubus Apprentice series today on the Tale. You can find my review of the first work in the series here, and the second work in the series was reviewed here on the Tale recently. The thing about being on a quest is that, sometimes, you can’t quite tell …

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Mar 20 2016

A Review of Scarlet Dreams by Jeanna Pride

Scarlet Dreams by Jeanna Pride

A review of a new series today which has an incubus as the main character. There are some themes that I simply do not enjoy. Abuse, pain, suffering and so on, do nothing for me regardless of how the story might be presented. I cannot find a way into such stories and when this all is …

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Mar 20 2016

A Review of the Blood Prophecy series by Kathi Huggins

Bloodlust by Kathi Huggins

There are some characters who are a mix of different supernaturals. Part of their character is trying to deal with, for example, being a succubus and were of some kind. This sort of theme can add something to them if the rest of their character can support everything else. There is the struggle, the dealing …

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Mar 18 2016

A Review of Curvature: Part One by Amber Stuart

Curvature: Part One by Amber Stuart

A review on the Tale today of a new series that started recently that has me wondering about the main characters. Not all books I read have succubi or incubi in them, but there are those works that suggest there might be some in the pages to find. Sometimes that hit can be as simple …

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Mar 18 2016

A Review of The New Girl by Janus Rain

The New Girl by Janus Rain

Sometimes the concept of a story about succubi is interesting on its own. What usually makes, or breaks, the concept usually comes to the transformation of the character into being a succubus, if that happens, or how they deal with it. It can be humorous, frightening, interesting, or, sadly, indifferent. Beyond that point, if the …

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Mar 15 2016

A Review of Monsters of Pittsburgh: Succubus by Kate Whitaker

Monsters of Pittsburgh: Succubus by Kate Whitaker

Succubi are not always the main characters of a story. Many times they are minor characters who appear for the purpose of moving the characters and the story forwards. Most of the time when this happens, there is, at least some, sort of meaning behind them. However, at times succubi are simply cannon fodder to …

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Mar 15 2016

A Review of Eastern Jam by Gwen Alexander

Eastern Jam by Gwen Alexander

Short stories really shouldn’t have short summaries. That, at least to me, does nothing to offer any sort of an idea to a reader what the story is about, if they want to read it, and what awaits within the pages. It’s a shame when an author doesn’t make some effort in their summary as …

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