Tag Archive: Reviews

May 26 2015

A Review of Nice Guy by Mike Leon

Nice Guy by Mike Leon

*+-Succubi are not always the central characters of a work. Sometimes they are passing characters, a shadow in the background, even a thought and not much more. It is somewhat troubling when they are an afterthought, a means for theme in a story to continue, and the core of a character’s life to be brought …

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May 26 2015

A Review of Succubus Duel by Amanda Knight

Succubus Duel by Amanda Knight

*+-I understand why, sometimes, authors like to put a twist in a story. If that twist explains why things happened in the story, then that’s perfectly reasonable. Where I have a problem is when the twist is told in less than a paragraph, comes out of left field, and is not explained at all. In …

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May 24 2015

A Review of The Devil in Me by Carl East

The Devil in Me by Carl East

*+-The author Carl East has written quite a number of works in which succubi appear or are main characters in the story. Some of these have been really wonderful stories that I did enjoy and recommend always. The stories tend to go in some unexpected directions which adds quite a lot to this author’s stories. …

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May 24 2015

A Review of Night Waitress by Morgan Hawke

Night Waitress by Morgan Hawke

*+-I find that, for me, when Succubi have the will to choose who they are intimate with they are more interesting characters. Connected with that is, of course, that they also have the ability to choose who they want to take for their needs. That is not a duality, not by any means. It’s more …

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May 22 2015

A Review of Dentata by Layla Hart

Dentata by Layla Hart

*+-One of the themes that comes up fairly often with stories about succubi is erotic horror. Personally I find it hard to enjoy those sorts of stories because at the point where the erotica heats up, or the succubus appears and looks to be someone interesting, the story takes a turn directly into horror and …

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May 22 2015

A Review of Opus Covetas: Succubus Summons by Branford Hubbard

Opus Covetas: Succubus Summons by Branford Hubbard

*+-Dialog is one of the most difficult things to be able to write. If it is managed well, it ads a lot to a story and its characters. But a lot of the time there is something off, odd, or just wrong and it’s a jarring thing. It’s more confusing when a character appears with …

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May 19 2015

A Review of Nailed By A Nightmare by Chelsea Chaynes

Nailed By A Nightmare by Chelsea Chaynes

*+-Dreams and nightmares are the things that each of us holds within our own hopes, fears, lusts and wants. They can be the things of wonder, or the ashes of despair. They are also, sometimes, the stuff of legends. Telling a story of confronting those nightmares, the legend within them, and what it can do to …

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