Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Mar 31 2017

A Review of The Demonic Bride Trilogy by Lacy Lane

I’ve read some of the author Lacy Lane’s works, and I’ve reviewed one of their works on the Tale a short time ago. The author published a trilogy which tells the story of a man encountering a succubus, being transformed by her, and then having to deal with the aftermath. I do enjoy stories that …

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Mar 31 2017

A Review of A Date with Lilith by J. D. Braxton

A Date with Lilith by J. D. Braxton

The mythos of Lilith can be interpreted in a lot of different ways. One of them, which bothers me to a large extent is that Lilith is a vampire in some way, shape or form. It bothers me, in a lot of ways, but if the story makes some sense, or if there’s something that …

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Mar 28 2017

A Review of Demoniality by Eris Omen

Demoniality by Eris Omen

A few thoughts today about a work I discovered which looks at the mythos of succubi and incubi from the perspective of dark magiks. There are very few works which I have that take a more scholarly approach to the concepts of sex magic, succubi and incubi and so on. It’s interesting to read a …

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Mar 28 2017

A Review of the Dark Rhythms series by Magi Silverwolf

Melody's Seduction: Acceso by Magi Silverwolf

From time to time I post reviews of stories that appeared years ago. I do so mainly because in most cases the works were never reviewed in the first place. It’s a shame that there’s so little reviewers of erotica. Another shame is when a series starts, is terribly short, offers something interesting and then …

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Mar 26 2017

A Review of Fortuna by Julie Law

Relationships within stories matter, they help to drive the plot, give depth to the characters themselves. Not all relationships have love, some are very dark and troubled. In the same way, the past of a character can shape them, whether they know of that or not. It’s the telling of that past, how it links …

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Mar 26 2017

A Review of Incubus: A Jacoby Ash Creature Feature is by M. R. Stover

Incubus: A Jacoby Ash Creature Feature is by M. R. Stover

The one sort of story that I have the most issues with are those in which the summary offers something interesting and then the story doesn’t deliver on that. A work can be described in a way to make it very appealing, but then having the story be a handful of pages with scattered thoughts, …

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Mar 24 2017

A Review of To Feed A Succubus by De’Vaughn Brathwaite

To Feed A Succubus by De'Vaughn Brathwaite

The thing about hot flashes that involve Succubi is, of course, that they usually involved not a lot of plot, little in the way of character development for the sake of having the succubus do things to the other character or characters. That can mean falling into a story with no real drive save the …

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