Tag Archive: Reviews

Jul 31 2016

A Review of Lovably Dead by Lex Allen

Lovably Dead by Lex Allen

The thing about anthologies is that they are, as a whole, somewhat uneven at times. That’s especially true when there isn’t quite a theme in the collection so much as there are a series of ideas. It’s a bit of a shame when the ideas are quite good and offer a lot of promise for …

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Jul 29 2016

A Review of Unholy Passion: Summoning gone wrong – who’s Master now? by Bronson Shover

Unholy Passion: Summoning gone wrong - who's Master now? by Bronson Shover

Sometimes I look at the title of a book and one thing comes to mind. What exactly was the author thinking when they came up with a title that’s about as long as the first chapter in the story? I’ll admit that’s a bit of an exaggeration, but honestly the work I will be reviewing …

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Jul 29 2016

A Review of Nocturne by Megan J. Parker

Nocturne by Megan J. Parker

There is such a thing as history in characters. There’s meaning to who they are now, who they were, and, with some luck, who they would be eventually. Telling the history of a character is important because without understanding that, what happens to them can be, at time, confusing. Hinting at the past in a …

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Jul 26 2016

A Review of the Incubus series by Lynn Carter

Scent of a Conquest by Lynn Carter

A review of a two book series about an encounter, or rather series of encounters, with a creature that can best be described as an incubus. The work is written well, the characters have depth and are powerful. The story takes the time to grow, to tell what the author seems to have wanted. But …

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Jul 26 2016

A Review of Into Their Dream by Nikki Heart

Into Their Dream by Nikki Heart

Many stories about succubi and incubi tend to leave a lot unsaid, unexplained, or, sadly, simply avoid the idea of a reason why things happen for the sake of the erotica. The reasons why something happens are important to underpin a story, to give it depth, to allow for the characters to have something more …

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Jul 24 2016

A Review of Lilith by Kelly Shamblee

Lilith by Kelly Shamblee

A review today of a work that was to be the first in what was to be called the Demon Chronicles series. I note this because the work appeared in 2012 and no further works in the series have ever appeared. That’s a shame because the series showed a lot of promise through the main character, those around …

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Jul 24 2016

A Review of Marked By The Succubus by Vivienne Black

Marked By The Succubus by Vivienne Black

There are many short stories appearing which have succubi as characters. The single most common problem with stories that are so short, is that there’s no time spent in actually telling a complete story. There is the suggestion of one, the offer of something more than happens. Many times such works seem to be an opening …

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