Tag Archive: Reviews

Nov 22 2015

A Review of A mystery & a meal. by David Gosnell

A mystery & a meal. by David Gosnell

it has been some time since David Gosnell published a work in The Wielder series, and I was really quite pleased to receive a copy of his latest work in my email the other day. The series is one of my favourites by far and, of course, Silithes, the main Succubus of the series has always fascinated …

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Nov 20 2015

A Review of Redneck Succubus: She Comes by Beatrice Evenmorne

Redneck Succubus: She Comes by Beatrice Evenmorne

A short time ago I reviewed two works in a series called Redneck Succubus here on the Tale. You can the first review here and the second book’s review can be found here. Overall, the series has left me wanting for quite a number of things, some of them being the background to how things have unfolded …

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Nov 20 2015

A Review of Succubus Week: Wednesday by Lisbet Laire

Succubus Week: Wednesday by Lisbet Laire

A review of the third work in the series called Succubus Week on the Tale today. You can find my review of the first work in this series here and my review of the second work in the series can be found here. Throughout this series so far, I have one single overriding question that, since it was mentioned, …

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Nov 17 2015

A Review of Taken by the Fiery Demon by Lucey Fur

Taken by the Fiery Demon by Lucey Fur

A story this time on the Tale of a Cambion, an incubus, meeting a human that’s more than she seems to be… and a Succubus that just made me smile when she appeared out of thin air. Stories that have a heart, feeling, some connection between the characters are some of the best stories by …

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Nov 17 2015

A Review of the Jacie Series by A. Del

Waking Jacie by A. Del

It is never quite a simple thing to put an idea into words. Turning those words into a story, having it make sense isn’t much easier. When that story turns towards erotica, the temptation sometimes is very great to leave a lot of the story behind for the erotica. Trying to tell a story in …

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Nov 15 2015

A Review of Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus! by Ros Allaway

Futa Secrets: I Live with a Succubus! by Ros Allaway

There seems to be a bit of a trope that has become rather prominent in many supernaturally themed works. In these stories, the characters are usually roommates, usually have been living together for some time and, naturally, they each are hiding what they are from the other. It can lead, on occasion, into a story …

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Nov 15 2015

A Review of Tales from the House by R.K.B. Kirin

Tales from the House by R.K.B. Kirin

The personality of characters is important. There needs to be, in a single moment, a defining presence to them. Once that is set, then the story that surrounds them comes into focus, the world turning on their words, actions, needs and desires. Being able to have that moment occur once is a challenge. To be …

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