Tag Archive: Reviews

Feb 12 2016

A Review of Possessed by a Demon: Book 2: Incarnation by Kat Firestone

Possessed by a Demon: Book 2: Incarnation by Kat Firestone

Quite some time ago I reviewed the first work in a series by Kat Firestone which appears to have an incubus as one of the characters, and you can find that review here on the Tale. The second work in the series has appeared, though at the time of this review the third work has …

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Feb 12 2016

A Review of I Summoned a Succubus! by Georgia Peaches

I Summoned a Succubus! by Georgia Peaches

There are some stories about succubi that touch upon the idea that they can shift genders and become incubi as well. That in itself can be a hard thing to write about as what usually happens is that the succubus, now incubus, tends to go well over the top in being dominant and that changes …

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Feb 09 2016

A Review of The Book of Ecstasies by Amelia Ravenhearst

The Book of Ecstasies by Amelia Ravenhearst

A review of the first work in a new series called Daemon Lover today on the Tale. I enjoy series that begin with meaning, a purpose. Characters that are more than they first appear to be. I like the idea of a series exploring who they are, why things happen. I feel that the best …

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Feb 09 2016

A Review of A Tempting Demon by Cora Cross

A Tempting Demon by Cora Cross

A short incubus story to be reviewed today on the Tale. It has been some time since I’ve reviewed a work by Sinn Lee, as she has vanished, or mostly so. But there are a number of works that now appear under the author name Cora Cross, which are hers, and stated to be. I didn’t …

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Feb 07 2016

A Review of Sleep Beside Me Always by Jenny Mercer

Sleep Beside Me Always by Jenny Mercer

A review this time of the first work in a new series called The Mara that tells of succubi and incubi in a complex and telling way. By that I mean the author didn’t fall into the trap of making their characters stereotypical by any means. That in itself was a pleasant surprise and then …

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Feb 07 2016

A Review of The Succubus Wore Green series by Benzi T. McKelly

The Succubus Wore Green: Book One: The Journey by Benzi T. McKelly

A short Succubus story for review today on the Tale. It is a rare thing when within the pages of a story the characters break the fourth wall and talk directly to the reader. Sometimes that works, sometimes it’s odd, and when it is odd, it can really hurt what otherwise can be the most …

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Feb 05 2016

A Review of Drilled By A Demon by Kimberley Tracey

Drilled By A Demon by Kimberley Tracey

There are the occasional works about succubi that seem to have a problem in deciding what, exactly, the succubus herself is. Most attempt to make her dominate in some manner, which I prefer, but then in trying to be as dominant as possible they take the character into being more cruel than seductive and that, …

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