Tag Archive: Reviews

Jan 26 2016

A Review of The Nexus Staff by Alana Sanford

The Nexus Staff by Alana Sanford

The idea of a character taking their revenge through a succubus is not all that uncommon. Usually that means the succubus being the one to take the revenge, usually amounting to some sort of soul being taken in the process. It is a bit more rare to find a story where the succubus is more …

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Jan 26 2016

A Review of Taming the Succubus by Eric Stray

Taming the Succubus by Eric Stray

A review of the first work in a new series that I think has some rather interesting promise to it. While the work seems to have its focus on things other than Succubi for the most part, this first work in the series offers something that I haven’t seen many authors attempt. Every succubus begins …

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Jan 24 2016

A Review of Sinful Amy: Promotion by Quixerotic

Sinful Amy: Promotion by Quixerotic

The theme of someone being offered a “deal” and then becoming a succubus seems to be happening a lot of late. Sometimes that story manages to take a turn where things become more than one might expect from the story itself. More often however the character in question becomes overwhelmed by their nature and the …

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Jan 24 2016

A Review of Angels and Succubi by Carl East

Angels and Succubi by Carl East

I have written many times about the Succubi stories that the author Carl East has published. Many of them I have really enjoyed and it was nice to find that a collection of these works had been published. The majority of these stories have been reviewed on the Tale in depth, so for this review …

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Jan 22 2016

A Review of Daughters of the Night by Carl East

Daughters of the Night by Carl East

One of the story concepts that I have had the most problems with has been the idea that vampires and Succubi are seen as being the same kind of being. That, at least for me, isn’t right because there are a lot of differences between them. Not the least being that vampires are “dead” and …

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Jan 19 2016

A Review of Hell and Back by Anthony Quill

Hell and Back by Anthony Quill

There are some story themes which I find to be the most interesting. One of these comes to how an author tells of someone being transformed into a succubus. The more unique that is, the more I adore things because, as I have said many times, I do not like stereotypical themes and characters. To …

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Jan 17 2016

A Review of Soul Mates by Carl East

Soul Mates by Carl East

The idea of a Succubus and an Angel meeting, becoming close and then something more has always appealed to me for my own personal reasons. I like the story idea, how that flows, how each of them changes and what, in the end, all of that means to them. I like to see that connection, …

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