Tag Archive: Reviews

Dec 12 2014

Does the Lost Girl do windows?

The last season of Lost Girl started this past week and I have to admit that I was… disappointed with the premiere episode. The one thing that I cannot accept is when a storyline in the past says one thing, but then is completely tossed aside for the sake of having a rather inane scene …

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Dec 12 2014

A Review of Cecil & Bubba Meet a Succubus by Terry M. West

Cecil & Bubba Meet a Succubus by Terry M. West

I really do not like stereotypical characters. I just cannot bring myself to care all that much about them for one thing. The other is that when they are so far into being stereotypes that I cringe at their words in a story… That’s not a good thing. I do understand that can be done …

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Dec 07 2014

A Review of The Sorceress Next Door by Anya Merchant

The Sorceress Next Door by Anya Merchant

I’ve run into a bit of a problem of late and it comes to this: There have been quite a lot of novels written lately about Succubi and I haven’t really been keeping up with them all. As such, here and there, I will be reviewing two novels on my book review days from this …

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Dec 07 2014

A Review of The Succubus of Savannah by Tarrin P. Lupo

The Succubus of Savannah by Tarrin P. Lupo

I’ve run into a bit of a problem of late and it comes to this: There have been quite a lot of novels written lately about Succubi and I haven’t really been keeping up with them all. As such, here and there, I will be reviewing two novels on my book review days from this …

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Dec 05 2014

A Review of Summoning the Demon Brat by Vivian Archer

Summoning the Demon Brat by Vivian Archer

There are some characters who are Succubi that I just adore. That happens because they are not stereotypical, they have personality, and most importantly, they aren’t what they are expected to be. Being a Succubus does not, at all, have to mean that one has to be evil, cruel, or worse. It’s much more satisfying …

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Dec 02 2014

A Review of Taken By The Succubus by Della July

Taken By The Succubus by Della July

Sometimes there are books that give me pause when I read them. It’s not normally the themes or the characters that do, the problem comes when the story feels… off. Trying to understand why that is, at least for me, is important because I want to enjoy the stories I read and not wonder after …

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Nov 30 2014

A Review of Savion and the Succubus by Sara Kane

Savion and the Succubus by Sara Kane

Some stories have the creation of a Succubus as a curse. The way that happens varies, of course, but sometimes the larger question to ask is: Why was she cursed in the first place? What follows from that question can be so much more interesting than the curse itself. After all, history, especially the history …

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