Tag Archive: Reviews

Mar 08 2015

A Review of The Succubus’ Sub – Session Twelve: A Day in Pink by John Dylena

The Succubus’ Sub - Session Twelve: A Day in Pink by John Dylena

The twelfth work in the Succubus’ Sub series by John Dylena was released this week. I have always loved this series, and in this work things take a very interesting turn for Brett. The author wrote a short little bit of flash fiction about Brett, or rather his alter ego Brooke quite some time ago, …

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Mar 08 2015

A Review of Enslave by Felicity Heaton

Enslave by Felicity Heaton

Sometimes the concepts of Succubi, and Incubi for that matter, get a little bit entwined with vampires. Sometimes that really doesn’t work, mainly because the two concepts really don’t work together well. However, if you take a slightly different view of both sides of things, you can, if you try, come up with an idea …

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Mar 06 2015

A Review of Black Shadow Detective Agency: The Angel and The Demon Caper by Sigurd Olson

Black Shadow Detective Agency: The Angel and The Demon Caper by Sigurd Olson

Some think that Succubi are weak beings that do not, or can not, or will not, fight for something. The question isn’t one of something, but rather someone. There comes a point where a choice has to be made and like all beings, Succubi can choose. They can choose to know love, they can choose …

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Mar 03 2015

A Review of Damned and Desired by Kathy Kulig

Damned and Desired by Kathy Kulig

A review this time of a work that appeared almost five years ago. Some might wonder about my reviewing books like this from time to time. My thoughts are that every work deserves to be looked at, thought about, and talked about. A short little flash or a massive story, each one should stand on …

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Mar 03 2015

A Review of Incubus Stories: Werewolf Lust by Felicity Quill

Incubus Stories: Werewolf Lust by Felicity Quill

A review of a new Incubus series that recently started on Amazon today on the Tale. It’s never an easy thing to begin a series in a way that holds a reader’s attention, connects them with the characters, and, most importantly, keeps you involved with the story. But that’s the thing in a lot of cases …

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Mar 01 2015

A Review of Hellcursed by Erica Hayes

Hellcursed by Erica Hayes

The transformation of a character into a Succubus can be a many varied thing. Sometimes it is out of love, sometimes out of hate. Occasionally they want what they become and other times the transformation was never wanted. With this comes two possibilities. One, that the character changes from who they were into something unrecognizable. …

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Feb 27 2015

A Review of The Return of the Yeti by Dou7g

The Return of the Yeti by Dou7g

The sixth in my continuing reviews of the works of the author Dou7g in the series called Succubus Temptations. You can find my review of the first work in the series here on the Tale, the review of the second work here, the third can be found here and the fifth work was reviewed here on the Tale as well as the …

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