Tag Archive: Reviews

Aug 23 2015

A Review of Caught in the Temple of Forbidden Lust by Haleigh Cookson Clark

Caught in the Temple of Forbidden Lust by Haleigh Cookson Clark

The second review today of a pair of works by the same author on the Tale. I reviewed the other work Never Summon a Succubus here on the Tale last Friday. I am reviewing them in reverse order of publication as the last work released is billed as the prequel to the first one. Both have some …

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Aug 21 2015

A Review of Possessed by a Demon: Book 1: Awakening by Kat Firestone

Possessed by a Demon: Book 1: Awakening by Kat Firestone

A review of a recently began series in which an Incubus appears to make a college students life more interesting than she expected it would be. There is that moment for some where they turn from what they appeared to be and become who they actually are. The question that comes along with that decision …

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Aug 21 2015

A Review of Never Summon a Succubus by Haleigh Cookson Clark

Never Summon a Succubus by Haleigh Cookson Clark

A pair of works by the same author this time and this coming Sunday on the Tale. I am actually reviewing them in reverse order of publication as the last work released is billed as the prequel to the first one. Both have some rather interesting characters and events in them and I do think …

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Aug 18 2015

A Review of The Ghost and Devlin Muir by S. K. McClafferty

The Ghost and Devlin Muir by S. K. McClafferty

Sometimes a Succubus isn’t a Succubus…  Or perhaps more accurately, sometimes a Succubus is a ghost with one hell of a sex drive. Now there are some stories that I have read where all the story wants to focus on is the sex and nothing more. I found a work that is hot at the …

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Aug 18 2015

A Review of the Incubus series by Abigail Fox

Ravaged by the Incubus by Abigail Fox

Two works with incubi in them in this review, both seemingly set in the same universe, in some way. Sadly, neither of these works are available any longer, both of them being removed from sale and the author vanishing as well. Still, they deserve to be reviewed, and so they will be. As an aside, …

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Aug 16 2015

A Review of Just This Once by Sylvia Parker

Just This Once by Sylvia Parker

One of the things that bothers me is the summaries that some books have. They do tell something of what is going on, but there is a problem that crops up from time to time. Sometimes they tell a very small part of the overall work and leave out everything else. I do realize that, …

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Aug 16 2015

A Review of Julie’s Ascent by Emily Walker

Julie's Ascent by Emily Walker

Quite some time ago, I reviewed a work on the Tale in which I thought that the story had some promise, even though it was so very short. I mentioned at the time that the work seemed like the beginning of a longer, more detailed origin story for a series and I wondered if that …

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