April 2, 2017 archive

A Review of Succubus4Hire by Thea Blakesley

Succubus4Hire by Thea Blakesley

Much can be made of building heat in erotica. At the same time, heat by itself doesn’t quite make for the best of storytelling. The balance between storytelling and telling of the erotic can make, or break a tale. Describing the thoughts of a character in the midst of passion is a difficult thing to …

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A Review of Demon in the Mirror: Taken By a Demon by J. D. Braxton

Demon in the Mirror: Taken By a Demon by J. D. Braxton

The telling of a story, erotic or not, requires certain thing to unfold. There needs to be, in some way, a connection to the characters, a plot that offers a story to be told and a resolution of that plot that’s more than the waving of a hand and a solution coming out of the …

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