Tag Archive: Incubi

Dec 02 2016

A Review of Lust in Winter: A Paranormal Erotic Anthology by Devi Ansevi, Emma Jaye, Ina Morata and Katherine Nevitt

Lust in Winter: A Paranormal Erotic Anthology by Devi Ansevi, Emma Jaye, Ina Morata and Katherine Nevitt

A review of a collection of erotic works this time on the Tale, one which has a somewhat darker focus within the stories found in the collection. Among these is a story which has an aspect to it of a character that is an incubus, but really isn’t. That’s a bit vague I realize, but …

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Nov 29 2016

A Review of Softly My Demon Lover by Penelope Middleton

Softly My Demon Lover by Penelope Middleton

Not all works with hints of succubi or incubi are focused upon them. At times there is no real need for erotica, for the telling of sexual encounters in detail. Many times what matters more is the exploration of the character themselves, their history and what occurs around them. What reality is can be fluid, …

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Nov 27 2016

A Review of Blessed by an Incubus by Christopher Maldini

Blessed by an Incubus by Christopher Maldini

Sometimes a story needs a hook, a twist, something to turn the story a little sideways from what it seemed to be. Sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn’t quite manage. A lot of that can be influenced by the characters themselves. Their voice, whether internal monologue or dialogue, can take heat from a story, or …

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Nov 25 2016

A Review of How to Summon an Incubus Boyfriend by Brigid Hart

How to Summon an Incubus Boyfriend by Brigid Hart

I adore cute love stories, especially ones in which the characters develop, they become more than they were but most of all, there’s real love within them which the story brings to the fore. When you love the characters, when the story is so captivating, the erotica doesn’t have to be perfect. All that it needs …

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Nov 13 2016

A Review of Duncan’s Tale by Roxane Crawford

Duncan's Tale by Roxane Crawford

Obsession is an interesting thing to make the focus of a story. It can drive the characters, push events and perhaps even give a reason for why things unfold as they do. There is however a darker side to obsession and when it comes to the fore it can end what otherwise was something interesting …

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Nov 13 2016

A Review of Soul Touch by Paige Coal

Soul Touch by Paige Coal

A review of a new series that started this month called Soulful Succubus this time on the Tale. There’s quite a lot to like about this opening work in the series as a whole. The main character has a mystery about them, there’s a undercurrent of a succubi/incubi society as well. The main character might …

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Nov 06 2016

A Review of My Incubus by Jack Stroker

My Incubus by Jack Stroker

One of the things that a story needs is emotion. Whether that is in the characters, the events that unfold, or something else, without the emotional connection a promising story can become much like reading a cookbook. All of the ingredients are there, but you can’t eat the pictures on the page to know what …

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