Tag Archive: Reviews

Apr 07 2015

A Review of Succubus Tales: The Merging by Gregory Michelson and Julia Silvereyes

Succubus Tales: The Merging by Gregory Michelson and Julia Silvereyes

The beginning of new series about a Succubus today on the Tale, but quite a recent one, one that is written by an author in the MC community, and one that I think starts off the series in one of the most interesting ways that I have seen in quite some time. Some believe that power …

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Apr 05 2015

A Review of the Monster and Possession Erotica series by Desiree Silver

Falling for the Succubus: An Unexpected Demon Romance by Desiree Silver

A review today on the Tale of a short series of works, two of which involve Incubi and the third which has a Succubus as the main character. They are all, to a point, connected together and in their own way they are both quite good and perhaps not so much so. The series is …

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Apr 05 2015

A Review of The Bygone Times Saga by Andre Alan

The Bygone Times Saga by Andre Alan

To me, the one thing that really matters when a story comes together is… the story itself. There needs to be purpose to the words that appear. The emotions, the lives told, the moments, both good and bad, have to come out of a story that matters. The passions of the author, if they are …

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Apr 03 2015

A Review of the Catalina, Queen of the Nightlings series by J. Lee Roberts

Catalina, Queen of the Nightlings: Cleopatra's Pearls by J. Lee Roberts

It isn’t often that there is a Succubus, or Succubus-like character that has a bit of an Raiders of the Lost Ark feel about them that mixed well with who they are. For the most part, stories about such characters tend to focus on the erotica and not leave much for telling of their history, …

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Apr 03 2015

A Review of All This and Love by J. Libby

All This and Love by J. Libby

It is to me interesting when an author takes established myths and legends and tweaks them slightly. You are never quite sure where the story goes or why it does the things it does. I found a collection of such works which was a delightful read and the one work with connections to Succubi was …

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Mar 31 2015

A Review of The Second Circle by N. T. Gore

The Second Circle by N. T. Gore

There are some stories with Succubi in them that really don’t do a lot for me. The story itself can be very good, the characters interesting in all sorts of ways. But within the pages of the work comes something that just… rubs me the wrong way. The one thing, more than anything else, that …

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Mar 31 2015

A Review of Summoning the Succubus by Bellatrix Reneaux

Summoning the Succubus by Bellatrix Reneaux

Sometimes I find a story about Succubi and there’s a problem. Sometimes that’s the writing, sometimes it’s the characters. On occasion it’s too short, written poorly or there is something else that just isn’t right. In the case of this work, my problem is that, save for the character’s name, the entire story is, word …

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