Tag Archive: Reviews

Apr 14 2017

A Review of A Blasphemous Easter by Yura Rybak

The thing about an erotic hot flash is that many times the story is only about the sex and nothing more. To me, that’s boring and leaves so much story untold that it bothers me. It’s not enough to press two characters together, turn the heat on and then once the moment is past, just …

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Apr 11 2017

A Review of Emma Unleashes Hell by Shawn Seward

Emma Unleashes Hell by Shawn Seward

Personally I don’t enjoy works that are focused on horror. They simply don’t connect with me, they have very little that I enjoy. That’s not to say that the story isn’t interesting, or there is purpose however. The issue for me is when the story doesn’t make me care about the characters nor really want …

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Apr 11 2017

A Review of Demonic Possession by Desiree Acuna

A review of an anthology of incubi stories this time on the Tale. Many times incubi appear who seem to be perfect every way. While that saves time in the telling of the story, it’s far more interesting for them to be like fish out of water, needing to understand the world around them. It’s …

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Apr 09 2017

A Review of Demon Antics by Gregor Daniels

Demon Antics by Gregor Daniels

The author Gregor Daniels is quite a prolific author and as part of their body of works, there are quite a number which have a succubus appear in them along the way. They allow for the story to turn in a familiar direction, offering something transformational to occur to the main character along the way. Sometimes …

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Apr 09 2017

A Review of Jolene: A Paranormal Menage Romance Story by Giselle Renarde

There’s a subplot which really doesn’t appear very often in stories about succubi and incubi. It’s the question to what happens when two souls are in love and a succubus or incubus gets in-between those souls. In that comes a question as to what one would do for love, but more so, what happens when …

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Apr 07 2017

A Review of The Incubus Diaries by Kacey Chumley

The Incubus Diaries by Kacey Chumley

There are many literary devices that can be used to tell a story. One of them are diaries and within that comes the use of recorded ones. Telling a story by transcribing such memories into text is a very difficult process, more so when the topic is one that is unexpected. Narrative is sometimes a …

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Apr 07 2017

A Review of Doctor Q vs. Succubus by Skarlette One

The thing about coming into a series when it’s been going on for some time is that there’s an assumption the reader knows the main characters, has an idea what’s going on. There is a way to get around that, which is of course an info dump. Managing that, trying to keep it from being …

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