Tag Archive: Reviews

Oct 19 2014

A Review of S.P.I.T. – Sexual Paranormal Incident Team by Nikki Hartless

S.P.I.T. - Sexual Paranormal Incident Team by Nikki Hartless

I wonder sometimes if it is too much to ask that writers have someone edit their stories before they publish them. I mean, you write something and then what makes you not have things checked? Is it because you wrote an erotica work? You don’t have anyone you could trust to read your work and …

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Oct 17 2014

A Review of The Succubus’ Sub – Session Eleven: Masquerade by John Dylena

The Succubus’ Sub – Session Eleven: Masquerade by John Dylena

Today I am continuing my review of the series The Succubus’ Sub, by John Dylena. You can find the review of the first book in the series here. The second book was reviewed here and the third can be found here. The fourth work’s review can be found here with the fifth book’s review here on the Tale and the sixth was reviewed here. The seventh book was …

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Oct 14 2014

A Review of Incubus by Angie West

Incubus by Angie West

A review today of a work that appeared so very long ago, told a wonderful story… But regretfully the author never took the work to the promise it held and into a second story… Nonetheless, it is a touching, heartfelt work that I enjoyed… But I so wanted to see more… The question of love …

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Oct 12 2014

A Review of Demon Sluts From Hell by Lauren Stone

Demon Sluts From Hell by Lauren Stone

Generally speaking Succubi do not possess others. Now, that’s not a rule mind you, but overall most Succubi seem to be quite happy with having their own forms and then mimic others to get what they want. The idea of a Succubus, or for that matter, many Succubi possessing bodies is in itself an interesting …

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Oct 10 2014

A Review of Two Boys and the Cocktail Succubus by B. Addler

Two Boys and the Cocktail Succubus by B. Addler

Succubi are supposed to be, in a way, the gateway towards sexual knowledge. By that I mean that they can look into the desires of others and in doing so… they know. They see what someone desires and what they need most of all, whatever that may well be. Sometimes that means one thing, sometimes …

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Oct 07 2014

A Review of A Spot of Bother: Four Macabre Tales by Chris Woodyard

A Spot of Bother: Four Macabre Tales by Chris Woodyard

The world of the Victorian age I find interesting in many respects. Possibly the one time, at least for Succubi, where things were… difficult for them. In that thought can be created some interesting themes and concepts of Succubi. Some of those are, of course, the usual… But sometimes they are the unusual and then …

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Oct 05 2014

A Review of Hunting for Possibilities by Emma Greer

Hunting for Possibilities by Emma Greer

There has to be an emotional connection between the reader and the characters in the story for one thing. That connect can’t be vague or a wisp of a thought either. It has to make the reader want to see what happens next and where the story goes. Then comes the story isn’t. It should …

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