Tag Archive: Books and Novels

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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May 01 2015

A Review of The Virgin Possessed by Reed James

The Virgin Possessed by Reed James

As a whole, the concept of someone being “possessed” by a Succubus seems to be a rather interesting idea. The trap is, for many writers, that instead of having the person become seductive, they turn… well… let’s say that their animal instincts get ramped up and things devolve from there. I don’t think that as …

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May 01 2015

A Review of The Midnight Carnival: One Night Only by Cecil Evans, Jessica Hoffman, Ashley Garst, Erica Hopper, Liz Neering, Ali Wagner and L.C. Hu

The Midnight Carnival: One Night Only by Cecil Evans, Jessica Hoffman, Ashley Garst, Erica Hopper, Liz Neering, Ali Wagner and L.C. Hu

An anthology collection for review this time on the Tale. It revolves around a carnival where many supernatural beings ply their trade. And one of these is a Succubus who, quite aptly I think, runs a kissing booth there. The sense of wonder is something that is very precious and means very much to those …

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Apr 28 2015

A Review of Seduced by a Succubus by Missy Carmel

Seduced by a Succubus by Missy Carmel

I believe that having interesting characters is what drives a story forwards. Without that one thing any story cannot stand on it’s own. Having an adventure, no matter how interesting, no matter how action packed. cannot make up for that. It is their voice that matters. They have to have personality. They have to be …

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Apr 28 2015

A Review of My Submissive Desire by Reed James

My Submissive Desire by Reed James

Succubi are the means to the desires and dreams of those that they encounter. I’ve always enjoyed that aspect, that purpose to them and with that comes the doing of good in spite of what they look like. The way in which they are encountered can be the most interesting part about them and if …

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Apr 26 2015

A Review of The Wielder: Death Curse – Part One by David Gosnell

The Wielder: Death Curse - Part One by David Gosnell

I have adored The Wielder series by David Gosnell from the first line of the first book and it was with joy that the third book in the series appeared earlier this year. I have, of course, reviewed the other works in the series on the Tale here and here and a little outtake piece here as well …

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