Tag Archive: Reviews

Apr 10 2016

A Review of The New Neighbor by Ray Garton

The New Neighbor by Ray Garton

There are some works of fiction which have a particular tendency within them to focus, as a whole, upon horror. They sometimes also add in as much darkness as possible in order to drive the characters towards doing dark things. While that can work, it also creates a story in which there’s no very little …

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Apr 08 2016

A Review of Trapped by a Song by Nicole Pouchet

Trapped by a Song by Nicole Pouchet

  Many times a Succubus appears in a work for the express purpose of being the “villain”. With that should be, to some extent, something about them that sees to their character not being stereotypical. However, it is also possible for the succubus to turn out to be far less a villain than the humans …

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Apr 08 2016

A Review of Dungeons and Dryads by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

Dungeons and Dryads by Dou7g and Amanda Lash

A review of the fourth work in the Succubus Apprentice series today on the Tale. You can find my review of the first work in the series here, the second work in the series was reviewed here and the third work was reviewed here on the Tale recently. Sometimes the question isn’t so much about what …

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Apr 05 2016

A Review of the The Summoning series by Kad Aver

The Summoning by Kad Aver

There is a certain temptation that authors are attracted to when writing stories about incubi. The thought of mixing horror with some erotica is, as a whole, really quite attractive to them. There’s the chance to write something that has a horrid character taking control of another, then doing awful things, and so on. Then …

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Apr 05 2016

A Review of the Satiating The Succubus series by Jennifer Coomes

Satiating The Succubus: First Feeding by Jennifer Coomes

A review of a series that was abandoned at the very moment when a larger story seemed to be about to be told. That, of course, is rather irritating for many reasons overall, but the major one is simply that the story really was interesting and different. Telling a story about a succubus leads naturally …

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Apr 03 2016

A Review of Infernal Desires by Prudence Sinclaire

Infernal Desires by Prudence Sinclaire

There are some works I review which, sadly, no longer can be found. It’s more the shame when the story is actually quite interesting, is written well, and tells a story that is different in its own way. This particular work is from several years in the past, but like all works about the Succubi and …

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Apr 03 2016

A Review of World’s Shyest Succubus 1: Awakening by Taylor Knobb

World's Shyest Succubus 1: Awakening by Taylor Knobb

A review of the first work in a new series called Philos University by Taylor Knobb for which I find myself rather amused, bemused and taken by the main character and her innocence. The theme of an innocent, or if you will, pure soul being transformed into a succubus isn’t uncommon. What is uncommon is …

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