Tag Archive: Reviews

May 27 2016

A Review of My Best Friend is a Succubus: Book One: Summoning by Amanda Clover

My Best Friend is a Succubus: Book One: Summoning by Amanda Clover

One of the themes that is actually very difficult to write well is bringing a succubus character from the distant past into the present. By that I mean there is a certain tone of voice, understanding, experience, that should lead to a ‘fish out of water’ situation. If that’s done well, it can make things …

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May 27 2016

A Review of Incubus: An Intense Novella by C. De Melo

Incubus: An Intense Novella by C. De Melo

Not all stories written about the Succubi and Incubi tell of beings that, in some way, actually care about others. They can be aloof, cold, even spiteful. But being what they are, less so, who they are, can hide their true selves away. That in itself can be a good story, but when the same …

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May 24 2016

A Review of Lilith by Keith Vlasak

Lilith by Keith Vlasak

Stories about Lilith can take quite a number of different twists and turns. Some of them are outright horror, others try to find meaning, scope, something to define her. The most interesting stories are those that make one think about Lilith, who she is, her personality, why she is. But something that isn’t really touched …

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May 24 2016

A Review of The Naughty Succubus Part 2: Mysterious Beautiful Strangers by Becca Lusk

The Naughty Succubus Part 2: Mysterious Beautiful Strangers by Becca Lusk

A review of the second work in The Naughty Succubus series by Becca Lusk today one the Tale. I reviewed the first work a short time ago and found that the mystery surrounding the characters interested me, but the author needed to edit things a bit more than they had done so. As an aside, …

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May 22 2016

A Review of Ethereal Like Me by Tressa Messenger

Ethereal Like Me by Tressa Messenger

The creation of a book series can be complicated in many ways. One of these is creating the past of the main character, the world they live in. More than that, trying to insert into their lives who they know, what they mean, adds another layer of complexity to things. At some point the world, …

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May 22 2016

A Review of Sex Fiends by Linc Jericho

Sex Fiends by Linc Jericho

I came across a new book series called the Writ of the Succubus which, at least in the opening work of the series, isn’t anything like I was expecting. The questions are many, the characters are quite fascinating, but as for any real answers, that is another thing all together. Sometimes in the telling of a …

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May 20 2016

A Review of The Naughty Professor by Chase Jannock

The Naughty Professor by Chase Jannock

There are some stories where you aren’t quite sure about just exactly is the truth about a character. There can be a lot of innuendo, suggestions and hints, but overall the question remains unanswered. Sometimes that can be a problem, sometimes it make for something to muse over when the story is done. Perhaps one …

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