Tag Archive: Reviews

Jun 19 2016

A Review of Urge of the Demoness by Alana Sanford

Urge of the Demoness by Alana Sanford

Succubi can be many things. They can be evil, indifferent, or mischievous among other things. To have them simply “do” without having a reason can be a problem. It isn’t enough to have a succubus character just so something for the sake of doing so. There needs to be a reason, some kind of meaning. …

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Jun 17 2016

A Review of The Haunted Cottage by Robin Macavity

The Haunted Cottage by Robin Macavity

There are some works which, just in their language, how things are presented, and the characters themselves, which can bring about some confusion. Perhaps not so much in the story itself, but trying to place the time when it is set. Expecting a story set in the past, because of the characters themselves, and then …

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Jun 17 2016

A Review of The Incubus Journal: Chapters 1 & 2 by The Mad Hatter

The Incubus Journal: Chapter 1 by The Mad Hatter

There are some concepts for stories in which either Succubi or Incubi appear which have an interesting core idea, but there is a problem. The story tends to wander, never really coming to the point of things. It becomes worse when the work reads very poorly with a vast number of spelling, grammar and other …

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Jun 14 2016

A Review of Tangled Limbs by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

Tangled Limbs by Natalie Severine and Eric Severine

The eighth review of the ongoing series called Lily Quinn written by Natalie and Eric Severine this time on the Tale. You can find my first review here, the second here, the third here, the fourth here, and the fifth review ere. The review of the sixth story be found here on the Tale and the review of the prior work in the series …

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Jun 14 2016

A Review of The Devil in the Detail by Jewel Jones

The Devil in the Detail by Jewel Jones

There are some stories that offer a Succubus, or Succubus-ish, character that seems to be interesting. Perhaps that is in their attitude, their appearance, something that seems to suggest they are meaningful to the work in question. Sometimes what is offered doesn’t quite work out for several reasons. Much of the time that comes to …

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Jun 12 2016

A Review of Loving and Loathing Vegas by Lex Chase

Loving and Loathing Vegas by Lex Chase

The creation of sexual tension in a story is not the simplest of things to do. There’s every chance to go a little too far, to complicate things more than they need to be. Managing to have that tension and mix humour into the moment is a bit of a art form. To be able …

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Jun 12 2016

A Review of Reamin’ Demons by Alana Melos

Reamin' Demons by Alana Melos

A review of the latest work in the Janus Key Chronicles series by Alana Melos. The series follows a brother and sister on a rather interesting quest through time, space and mythology which means, of course, that at some point one of them has to visit Hell. That means, of course, that someone becomes a …

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