Tag Archive: Reviews

Jan 03 2016

A Review of No Angel by Pippa Jay

No Angel by Pippa Jay

Sometimes the most interesting thing about a story doesn’t come to the main characters alone. Sometimes to comes to the appearance of one single character who appears for but an instant and then is gone, leaving questions unanswered behind that one would really like to know the answers to. It is so very difficult to …

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Jan 03 2016

A Review of Eve Marshall: One For The Horde by Serene Makepeace

Eve Marshall: One For The Horde by Serene Makepeace

A short while ago I reviewed the first work in the series Eve Marshall by Serene Makepeace. and you can find that review here on the Tale. At the time I noted there was a lot of questions left unanswered, that the main character’s past and that of her missing sister weren’t delved into much as …

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Dec 29 2015

A Review of Tale of the Farm by R.K.B. Kirin and K. Bell

Tale of the Farm by R.K.B. Kirin and K. Bell

A little while ago I reviewed Tales from the House by R.K.B. Kirin and you can find that review here on the Tale. I rather enjoyed the story and the succubus Selina who was the core of the work was I thought a wonderful character. I had wondered about the possibility of future works, or a series, and …

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Dec 29 2015

A Review of Claimed by a Succubus by Naomi Silvera

Claimed by a Succubus by Naomi Silvera

I very much dislike stereotypical stories about Succubi. I do not like to read stories where the end result is, sadly, a complete and total destruction of what happened in the work before that point. I’ve never understood what, exactly, is the point in doing such a thing. To write a story that tries to …

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Dec 27 2015

A Review of Love Bites by James Newman and Donn Gash

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The myth of Succubi and Incubi can, of course, be told in many different ways. There are some ways that are more thoughtful, some more sexual, and some that sort of are missing the point here and there. Then there are the stories that tell you, right from the cover, that what awaits is something …

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Dec 27 2015

A Review of Incubus by Aiden Darke

Incubus by Aiden Darke

There are some works that have characters that are interesting, have a past, and of course, their own secrets. It’s interesting to read and discover what they are, why they are, and, in the end, what drives them as characters in the story. But in doing so, the story cannot rush from moment to moment, …

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Dec 22 2015

A Review of Succubus Week: Thursday by Lisbet Laire

Succubus Week: Thursday by Lisbet Laire

A review of the fourth work, technically the fifth, as there was a collection released before this week came out, in the series called Succubus Week on the Tale today. You can find my review of the first work in this series here, the second work in the series here, and the third work was reviewed here on the …

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