Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Dec 27 2015

A Review of Incubus by Aiden Darke

Incubus by Aiden Darke

There are some works that have characters that are interesting, have a past, and of course, their own secrets. It’s interesting to read and discover what they are, why they are, and, in the end, what drives them as characters in the story. But in doing so, the story cannot rush from moment to moment, …

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Dec 22 2015

A Review of Succubus Week: Thursday by Lisbet Laire

Succubus Week: Thursday by Lisbet Laire

A review of the fourth work, technically the fifth, as there was a collection released before this week came out, in the series called Succubus Week on the Tale today. You can find my review of the first work in this series here, the second work in the series here, and the third work was reviewed here on the …

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Dec 22 2015

A Review of Incubus: A New Adult Paranormal Romance by Alexis Darlington

Incubus: A New Adult Paranormal Romance by Alexis Darlington

A review this time of a work that appears in a rather long series of works. It has an incubus as one of the characters, which is a good start, but it is what has been called here many times a pamphlet in length and as such it’s disappointing. Sometimes a hot flash is a …

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Dec 20 2015

A Review of The Devil You Know by Richard Levesque

The Devil You Know by Richard Levesque

I have always found that the hardest thing to write is a story that is set in the past. Some eras are better known that others of course, but it is still a challenge to get the tone, the words, the moments right. It’s more complicated when you mix in a supernatural theme and then …

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Dec 20 2015

A Review of The Hipster and the Succubus: Volume One: The New Host by Christine K. Lahti

The Hipster and the Succubus: Volume One: The New Host by Christine K. Lahti

A review of what I hope, given how much fun I found the first work to be, of a Succubus series that appeared this past October. It recently was released on Amazon as well and this I hope is a sign that another work in the series is forthcoming. Myths and legends are exactly that. …

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Dec 18 2015

A Review of the Caitlin Faire Series by Skye Malone

Touch Me by Skye Malone

Earlier this year a new series started called the Caitlin Faire Series by Skye Malone. It’s been a little over six months since the second work appeared, but nothing has appeared since that time. I thought the series was interesting in its own right and so I’ll be reviewing the two works in the series so …

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Dec 18 2015

A Review of A Succubus Stole My Girl! by Haleigh Cookson Clark

A Succubus Stole My Girl! by Haleigh Cookson Clark

Succubi are, most of the time, the ones that bring fantasies to life. Occasionally they appear and take control of things, turn things to their advantage and, occasionally, find themselves with a new pet to play with. Sometimes that requires them to change someone’s attitude, if not take from them what they wanted. In doing …

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