Tag Archive: Reviews

Dec 06 2015

A Review of Desired by the Demons by Amber Delray

Desired by the Demons by Amber Delray

Sometimes there are stories that offer characters that seem to be more than what they appear to be. By that I mean there are hints about them, who they are, what they want, but the story doesn’t quite go into that much. The characters don’t develop much because the point f the work tends towards …

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Dec 04 2015

A Review of The Incubus Club series by Cora Blanchett

The Incubus Club 1 by Cora Blanchett

A review today of the series The Incubus Club by Cora Blanchett, a series that I thought had an interesting premise, good characters, and a hot story. But, unfortunately, the series came to an abrupt end after the second work in the series leaving a really good series unfinished and wanting. Sometimes the attraction for another …

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Dec 04 2015

A Review of Siren’s Heat by Lillian Oliver

Siren's Heat by Lillian Oliver

When a character’s background is created for a story, no matter how short the story may be, if there is mention of an event, it should be explored. It isn’t enough to say that someone was “hurt” or something similar. That lessens the impact of the event, leaving it open to interpretation. It is more …

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Dec 01 2015

A Review of Devilish Dazzle by Gregor Daniels

Devilish Dazzle by Gregor Daniels

Occasionally a story has a rather serious problem. The characters could be interesting, the moments in the story could work well. There’s even the possibility that the erotica might be quite well done. The issue comes when something happens that is very stereotypical happens, or a well used trope is used far too much. In …

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Nov 29 2015

A Review of Taken by the Demon by Katie Riddle

Taken by the Demon by Katie Riddle

Origin stories about Succubi always interest me. I like to find out about someone before they became one of the Succubi. I’d rather know who they were and why they changed or became than just having them appear in a story with no background or explanation. The better stories about this, at least for me, …

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Nov 29 2015

A Review of Succubus: Book One (Devour) by Simone Evars

Succubus: Book One (Devour) by Simone Evars

There are some characters that, for one reason or another, seem to resist developing through a story. Whether that is their personality, they being in a rut, or simply not seeing that they can be more than they are. they don’t change. Being “ancient” isn’t a good reason of that. It is an excuse. While …

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Nov 27 2015

A Review of Forever Young by Kurt Dysan

Forever Young by Kurt Dysan

Characters that are Succubi tend to lend themselves to be written as Femme Fatales with some regularity. It does make sense in that they attract their pray, entwine themselves to them and, eventually, they create some sort of bad ending for whom they are with. That isn’t true of all Succubi of course, but it …

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