Tag Archive: Incubi

Feb 21 2017

A Review of Ravaged by the Incubus by Lex Templeton

Ravaged by the Incubus by Lex Templeton

There are some stories in which the characters have little in the way of being complex. They are single-minded, having but one purpose and nothing more. This leads to a story that is missing a hook, a means to make it more interesting than the sex itself. The theme of domination appears quite a lot …

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Feb 21 2017

A Review of the Taken series by Lee Clarkson

Taken In The Temple of Forbidden Lust by Lee Clarkson

A review today of a series of works in which the themes revolve around an incubus, or similar being, being summoned and the telling of what comes afterwards. There’s also a very strong D/s and BDSM theme to the series of works as well, which I have some issues with, but I’ll get to that …

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Feb 19 2017

A Review of the Dominated by Demons series by Jeniffer Grant

Dominated by Demons: Insistent Incubus by Jeniffer Grant

There are many series that come and go on Amazon and other ebook stores. Today’s review is of a book series by one author that came to ten books in total, including the book bundles and so on. but then vanished into thin air soon afterwards. There series was a mixture of various supernatural beings in …

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Feb 19 2017

A Review of Sins of the Son by Sins of the Son

Sins of the Son by Sins of the Son

There are some works which use the idea of succubi, or specifically Lilith, a bit loosely. It’s one thing to have a character actually be Lilith or be a succubus. It’s another when there is only the thought or comparison instead. Saying that a main character can be compared to Lilith makes for certain expectations. …

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Feb 17 2017

A Review of Her Welcome Intruder by Anthea Renard

Her Welcome Intruder by Anthea Renard

There are many different definitions of erotica. Some, like myself, prefer a lighter more passionate blend rather than something harsh or painful. That’s a matter of taste of course, we each like something different. However, there is a point in the telling of a story when the erotica isn’t really erotica, its more abuse of …

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Feb 14 2017

A Review of Hell is for Lovers by Ashlyn Selvatico

Hell is for Lovers by Ashlyn Selvatico

Much of the time when a succubus or incubi, or both for that matter, appear in a story, there’s a point to them being there. A reason, some sort of connection that explains something of what’s going on. Beyond that, they drive the story forwards, cause the main character, or characters to make a choice …

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Feb 14 2017

A Review of The Castle: Blind Date by Penny Prescott

The Castle: Blind Date by Penny Prescott

The thing about book summaries is that sometimes they reveal an important point about the story, or a character within the story, that doesn’t actually come through clearly within the story itself. While doing so gives some idea of what is happening behind the scenes, that doesn’t really give the author a reason to skim …

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