Tag Archive: Books and Novels

May 10 2015

A Review of Mildred and the Succubus by Christopher Bates

Mildred and the Succubus by Christopher Bates

There are some stories where I cannot manage to put what happens, or more accurately, why things happen clearly into my thoughts. In some cases it is a question of how the characters speak, or not. Coming into a work where it seems like there is something you should know and understand before reading it …

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May 10 2015

A Review of Dream Seductions: All The Queen’s Men by Celeste Hall

Dream Seductions: All The Queen's Men by Celeste Hall

It has been several years since I last reviewed a work in Celeste Hall’s Dream Seductions series. I reviewed the first book called Dream Seductions: Ethan, and then the second and third works here on the Tale as well. I have to admit that I lost track of the series and was quite surprised when …

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May 08 2015

A Review of Slutty Schoolgirl Demon Slayer by Jessie Krowe

Slutty Schoolgirl Demon Slayer by Jessie Krowe

Some ideas that I read in some stories really aren’t that bad. They have possibilities and in the end, it is that which interests me, or not, in them. What I hope for is that the idea leads into something more than a hot flash, or flashes, and there is some story as well. Sometimes …

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May 08 2015

A Review of Demonic Desires: An Erotic Transformation Story by Farleven

Demonic Desires: An Erotic Transformation Story by Farleven

Some of the most interesting stories about Succubi are the ones that tell of someone being transformed into one. It can be a lovely hot mix of seduction, mind control, transformation, dominance and submission. The transformation alone however cannot be enough to keep the story interesting. There needs to be a character with purpose, to …

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May 05 2015

A Review of Futanari Demon by Taylor Jax

Futanari Demon by Taylor Jax

Something I’ve noticed of late is that there is actually quite a lot of myths and legends getting mixed up in stories. Ghosts get mixed in with Incubi for example. While that sounds like a good idea for a story the problem becomes when the ghost/incubus doesn’t actually appear in the story. Rather one specific part …

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May 03 2015

A Review of Crave by Felicia Fox

Crave by Felicia Fox

In 2014 I reviewed the first two works in a series by Felicia Fox which told the most amazing story involving a Succubus. You can find the review of Consumed here, which I loved dearly and the review of the second work Captive, can be found here on the Tale, was, again, a wonderful read. …

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May 03 2015

A Review of Antiquity’s Scion by Zoe Miller

Antiquity's Scion by Zoe Mille

  There are some stories that, from the first word written, have a tone to them that simply works. That tone is in the characters, how they speak, how they act. It is the history that drives them forward, the secrets they hold. Sometimes there is a connection that forms in the story which, as …

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