Tag Archive: Reviews

May 03 2016

A Review of How I Became a Succubus Were-Woman by Abbey Lynn

How I Became a Succubus Were-Woman by Abbey Lynn

In the midst of telling a story, there are a series of things that need to be present in order for it to be more than “just” erotica. There needs to be a well explained world, a reason for things being as they are. There needs to be characters that you care about enough to …

Continue reading »




May 01 2016

A Review of Wake Up by Eugene Ahn

Wake Up by Eugene Ahn

There are those works that I come across which have such a deep, overriding sense of loss, of despair, of utter darkness that they are very hard to read. Sometimes these works are described as being horror. They tend to suggest that, bring it out at some point, and in doing so the overall impact …

Continue reading »




May 01 2016

A Review of World’s Shyest Succubus 4: Sisterhood by Taylor Knobb

World's Shyest Succubus 4: Sisterhood by Taylor Knobb

A review of the fourth work in the World’s Shyest Succubus series by Taylor Knobb. You can find my first review of the series here, the second review can be found here, and the third is here on the Tale. Becoming a succubus isn’t the entire story, it’s just part of it. The larger story is the question …

Continue reading »




Apr 26 2016

A Review of Black on Blue by Jeanna Pride

Black on Blue by Jeanna Pride

A review of the second work in the Incubus series by Jeanna Pride today on the Tale. In my review of the first work of the series, which you can find here on the Tale, I didn’t really find much that I enjoyed in the story for all of the pain and suffering. The second …

Continue reading »




Apr 26 2016

A Review of The Warlock & His Succubus by Nicarea Stone

The Warlock & His Succubus by Nicarea Stone

I happen to like stories that have little quirks in them. I also like stories where the Succubus characters are not what most write them to be, that being evil. It’s more interesting to me when they have… a soul. There are very few stories where the Succubus is innocent. Fewer still with a story …

Continue reading »




Apr 24 2016

A Review of My Student Summoned an Incubus! by Thorn and Nin

My Student Summoned an Incubus! by Thorn and Nin

A review of a follow on work in the Horny Mage Academy series today on the Tale from a work that I reviewed previously.  I haven’t read the rest of the series as there are no other appearances of succubi or incubi in the series save for these two works, but overall I did like both of …

Continue reading »




Apr 24 2016

A Review of Spring Break Ecstasy by Maxwell Avoi

Spring Break Ecstasy by Maxwell Avoi

I’ve reviewed many of the stories written by Maxwell Avoi here on the Tale as from time to time succubi appear as minor characters, or are the theme of their works, or the main character is transformed into, or by, a succubus. Their works focus upon gender swapping and transformation as a whole and the author …

Continue reading »




27/1381st...20...262728...4060...Lst