Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Oct 04 2016

A Review of Seductress Seduced by Kira Barker

Seductress Seduced by Kira Barker

Quite some time ago there was a series called The Embassy in which each work in the series told the story of one supernatural being or another. In one of these, of course, the main character turns out to be a succubus. While that garnered my interest, what kept me was something about her that tugged …

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Oct 04 2016

A Review of His Darkest Desires: Transforming Him into a Fertile Succubus by Lily Fey

His Darkest Desires: Transforming Him into a Fertile Succubus by Lily Fey

The problem with a lot of erotica, regardless of the theme or anything else, is that sometimes there are things missing. For example, a major character who drives a plot forwards, one that without whom there wouldn’t be a story… doesn’t have a name. It seems to me that is something important, even necessary I …

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Oct 02 2016

A Review of Spells of Binding by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

Spells of Binding by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

The twelfth review of the ongoing series called Lily Quinn written by Natalie and Eric Severine today on the Tale. You can find my first review here, the second here, the third here, the fourth here, and the fifth review here. The sixth review be found here and the review of the seventh work can be found here. The review of the eighth work in the series …

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Oct 02 2016

A Review of The Devil Lives Inside My Husband! by Rose Black

The Devil Lives Inside My Husband! by Rose Black

When writing a story, there are some things that do need, at some point, to be explained. Problems with relationships can be told, desires brought out and explored. But along the way when something happens to a character, and it isn’t explained, that leaves questions that take away from the story overall. Putting a twist …

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Sep 30 2016

A Review of That’s The Spirit by Belinda Burke

That's The Spirit by Belinda Burke

There are some stories that are, in a way, eternal. Such as the story of Dr. Frankenstein, for one. Putting a new twist on things makes that story renew itself and the tales that can come from that have their own appeal. A review then today of the second work in the series Dr. Frankenstein’s School …

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Sep 30 2016

A Review of The Cult of E by Ivona Dikson

The Cult of E by Ivona Dikson

There are some works which just are missing something. Sometimes that is plot, sometimes that is heat. Many times the problem is a lack of direction, of purpose, of making the story speak. There can be a focus on odd erotica, of actions or words spoken that give me pause and wonder… why? Character names …

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Sep 27 2016

A Review of A Surprising Summons by Kaysee Renee Robichaud

A Surprising Summons by Kaysee Renee Robichaud

The transformation of a character is, at its core, a very complex thing to explore. Some resist change, some explore it and some cannot quite understand why things have changed for them. Beyond that, then the question becomes if their own nature matters or if they have a semblance of mercy within them when there …

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