Tag Archive: Reviews

Jul 07 2015

A Review of Taken by Her Mechanic by Tori Kiss

Taken by Her Mechanic by Tori Kiss

Some time ago I reviewed a work by an author that I thought had quite a lot of promise. It told the story of a Succubus encountering her one unexpectedly. You can find that review on the Tale here. Imagine my surprise when a work with a similar title, published under a different author’s name, appeared. …

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Jul 07 2015

A Review of Begone, Demon Conjured by Unnatural Lusts! by Tasha Starr

Begone, Demon Conjured by Unnatural Lusts! by Tasha Starr

An incubus-themed work for review this time on the Tale. Sometimes I wonder about the book summaries that authors create. On occasion they aren’t exactly… correct. By that I mean one reads the summary, expects one thing as a result, but then something completely different unfolds. That’s not always a bad thing, sometimes it makes …

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Jul 05 2015

A Review of The Price of Changing by Abigail Pierce

The Price of Changing by Abigail Pierce

One of the themes that is booming more popular of late is to combine Succubi and Incubi with other, wider fetishes. Notably among these are stories where a character is, or is transformed, into a futa or some description. Overall this usually leads to a work that has a lot of sex it in, not …

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Jul 05 2015

A Review of Witch Lover by Eden Redd

Witch Lover by Eden Redd

There are some aspects of the Succubus legend that aren’t really made the focus of many works about them. The rather significant part of the legend says that Succubi mate with men in order to take from them what they need to create new Succubi and Incubi in women elsewhere. Taking that legend, and putting …

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Jul 03 2015

A Review of Succubimbo by Skye Maze

Succubimbo by Skye Maze

There are, I have to admit, some ideas which make me wince a bit. I really have never quite liked the idea of mixing bimbos and Succubi together, mainly because it just doesn’t quite fit my own view of Succubi. However, that doesn’t mean that an author can’t write something that might be more than …

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Jul 03 2015

A Review of Slave for the Incubus: Catholic Schoolgirls Sinful Journey Into Lust by Arcadia Black

Slave for the Incubus: Catholic Schoolgirls Sinful Journey Into Lust by Arcadia Black

A story with an Incubus at the core this time on the Tale. Sometimes the title of a story tells you exactly what a book is going to be about. You might hope it is something more than what you expect it to be, you might expect that from the beginning of the story things …

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Jun 30 2015

A Review of A Harvester of Souls by R. N. Fontenot

A Harvester of Souls by R. N. Fontenot

Some stories are filled with sadness. It becomes the core of the story and cloaks all else in the darkness that comes with that sadness. The question of how one deals with loss, despair, and in the end, the sense that nothing is worth anything any longer is a difficult story to tell. Love, it …

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