Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Oct 20 2015

A Review of Nikki Noshit 2 by Nikki Lacroix

Nikki Noshit 2 by Nikki Lacroix

A story needs to have purpose. It cannot simply go around and around in circles looking for one, attempting to figure out what it wants to be talking about, what the characters will do, or won’t. It is never a good thing when the story seems to lose focus from the first turn of the …

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Oct 18 2015

A Review of Hell On Heels by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

Hell On Heels by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

Catching once more with my reviews of the author Dou7g of the series called Succubus Temptations. You can find my reviews of the series here on the Tale, here, here, here as well as here and here and also here. The previous five works in the series were reviewed here and here and here and here. The work prior to this one today, can be found here reviewed as …

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Oct 18 2015

A Review of Succubus: Lusting for a Werewolf and Succubus: Taken by my Boyfriend’s Present by Sinn Lee

Succubus: Lusting for a Werewolf by Sinn Lee

I am reviewing two works by the author Sinn Lee this time on the Tale as I think they are an interesting comparison of this author’s writing style. The first is Succubus: Lusting for a Werewolf and the second is Succubus: Taken by my Boyfriend’s Present. They are two rather different stories about two very different Succubi. …

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Oct 16 2015

A Review of Hellfire Desire by Velma Lock

Hellfire Desire by Velma Lock

It is always good when there is story that builds towards erotica. I like to know something about the characters, what drives them, what makes them who they are. It’s interesting to see how they come into being able to, for example, summon a Succubus, how the dots take someone from one place in the …

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Oct 13 2015

A Review of Succubus Prey by Emily Bennice

Succubus Prey by Emily Bennice

There are a number of ways to take heat out of a story. The simplest of these comes to just making the main character just about totally unlikeable due to their actions, thoughts, or words. While there are stories about succubi that have them be evil, uncaring, even aloof, that isn’t quite so bad when …

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Oct 13 2015

A Review of Overpowered by Sylvia Parker

Overpowered by Sylvia Parker

Some time ago I reviewed a work called Just This Once by the author Sylvia Parker, and you can find that review here on the Tale. At the time I noted that the appearance of the succubus in that work, named Ubana, was fleeting and as a whole didn’t seem to have any real point …

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Oct 11 2015

A Review of The Gender Swapping Succubus by Laurel Greene

The Gender Swapping Succubus by Laurel Greene

One of the most important things about characters in a story is that they have character. A personality quirk, some humour within them. A focus to them, something that makes them stand out in the story. Another important thing is… their name. To write a story in which a character is called by what they …

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