Tag Archive: Reviews

Sep 04 2015

A Review of Claimed by the Demoness by Kelly Freer

Claimed by the Demoness by Kelly Freer

There needs to be, at least for me, something in a story that isn’t quite expected or assumed. The further away the story is from what I think to be stereotypical, the more it tends to draw me into the story and enjoy it for what the story tells. A work cannot stand on its …

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Sep 04 2015

A Review of First Time with the Incubus by Savannah Harlow

First Time with the Incubus by Savannah Harlow

A short time ago I reviewed a work on the Tale called Taken by the Incubus and His Tentacles by June Harper, the work originally released in August 2014. Last month, the same story, save that the editing is better, reappeared under another author’s name. For the sake of completeness, what follows is the review …

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Sep 01 2015

A Review of Warrior Demoness by Fran Heckrotte

Warrior Demoness by Fran Heckrotte

There was a series released a very long time ago which had within it the appearance of many myths and legends, telling the story of some of the more well known, but also stories about others around them. The sad part is that to find any copies of this series is really very difficult. Having …

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Sep 01 2015

A Review of B’Les and the Immortal by David Hamman

B'Les and the Immortal by David Hamman

Honour. Trust. Belief. Three things that are, at least to me, important to see in a Succubus, whomever, whenever, or whatever she is. More so if she is the Mistress of others or in any way, shape, or form, having a place of power or responsibility. The one thing that is telling most of all …

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Aug 30 2015

A Review of Passing the Exam by Viktor von Priapis

Passing the Exam by Viktor von Priapis

A little while ago on the Tale I reviewed the first work in the Summoning the Succubus series by Viktor von Priapis. You can find that review here on the Tale if you’d care to see it. At the time I was wondering where the series would go next, what Cassandra’s choice would mean and how …

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Aug 30 2015

A Review of Rune by Cera Bryn

Rune by Cera Bryn

With the popularity of Lost Girl, a series that I really do miss very much, stories about the Fae, of all kinds, have been popping up here and there. And, of course, there are the occasional stories about Succubi, in all of their forms, personalities, and passions. With stories like these, there is history behind …

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Aug 28 2015

A Review of In Her Dreams by J.E. Keep and M. Keep

In Her Dreams by J.E. Keep and M. Keep

There are those stories in which things seem… lost. A lot of that can be explained by events happening in a dream-like state to the main character sometimes. In other cases the plot is hard to find, or to follow. Then there are those stories in which the final few pages tell of something completely …

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