Tag Archive: Reviews

Oct 09 2015

Did anyone ever teach Lost Girl about the Birds and the Bees?

As much has I want to focus on the plots, the characters and what happened in this week’s Lost Girl episode, I find myself pondering something that really bothers me about it. That’s isn’t Aife appearing, Trick dying as well as Aife. It isn’t even about some of the disjointed plot lines and confusing moments …

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Oct 09 2015

A Review of The Magic Corset by Alina X

The Magic Corset by Alina X

A review of an anthology work today. There are very few writers that can tell stories about transformations, changes and magic well. Part of that is trying to tell the story about what happens in a way that doesn’t seem like the author is “telling” the reader what is happening but instead allowing the imagination …

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Oct 06 2015

A Review of Ganged By Demons by Mina Wyndam

A review of another new series today on the Tale, but one that, at least for me, is lacking a lot of things. As the opening to a series there needs to be something there and a hot flash really doesn’t quite manage that alone. To write a hot flash can be done with a …

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Oct 06 2015

A Review of From Spark To Flame by Vicky Payne

From Spark To Flame by Vicky Payne

A review of the first work in the Incubus Dreaming series by Vicky Payne today on the Tale. It is a story about an Incubus, a human, and the odd things that happen when one cannot believe in oneself… on both sides. There are the things we see within ourselves that define who we are. If not …

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Oct 04 2015

A Review of Evil Lust by Darla Dunbar

Evil Lust by Darla Dunbar

If a story summary mentions a succubus, a reader would expect that a succubus appears in the work they are considering. Beyond that, if the succubus in the summary seems to be a focal point of the story, then one might expect her to speak, be described, and if nothing else, at least be there …

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Oct 04 2015

A Review of Muff Diving Massage by Katz O’Connor

Muff Diving Massage by Katz O'Connor

Sometimes I shake my head when I read the titles of some published works. The title is obviously meant to garner attention, to be titillating, to draw attention. Then, generally, the book summary is so far over the top to be almost laughably so. Sometimes all that does is reinforce that the work itself isn’t …

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Oct 04 2015

A Review of Jade, Cody, And The Two Succubi by Joyce Melbourne

Jade, Cody, And The Two Succubi by Joyce Melbourne

Sometimes the events in a story are confused. By that I mean it is somewhat unclear to understand who, or more often, what they are at a particular moment. Sometimes the title of a story confuses things further when the reader expects one thing because of the title and instead something different seems to be …

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