Category: Incubi

A Review of Queen Succubus: Darla and Silvanus by Leith Brooklyn

Queen Succubus: Darla and Silvanus by Leith Brooklyn

In the telling of a story, things can be rushed to the point where the characters don’t quite have the chance to be all they might otherwise become. The erotica is rushed, the character development feels wanting. The story might get to a point where it offers a hint of something more, but really doesn’t. …

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A Review of Succubus Rage by Thaddeus Black

Succubus Rage by Thaddeus Black

It’s interesting to note the different mythos that authors create about succubi and incubi. Perhaps one the rarer concepts is that of their nature and what effects it has on what drives them to seek out what they need. In that need comes the realization of what they can do because of their physical abilities. …

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A Review of Sharing Succubus by K.T. Daring

Sharing Succubus by K.T. Daring

I’ve reviewed two prior works by K. T. Daring on the Tale in which they’ve been building a set of stories about Succubi and Incubi. This time, the third work in the series that I think overall is the best of the three for one simple reason. It’s really not enough to tell a story …

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A Review of First Day on the Job by Pen Ghost

First Day on the Job by Pen Ghost

Something a bit unique for the review this time on the Tale. It’s very short, it’s scattered and trying to find its way. At the same time there are notes which seem interesting and there’s some promise that what follows could be something fun. The thing is, setting a challenge as this author has in …

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A Review of Dahlia’s Kiss by Candace Adams

Dahlia's Kiss by Candace Adams

Harem stories don’t necessarily work for me. There’s a point where too many characters appear, there are too many conflicts and the story gets bogged down in the minutia of what tugs at the characters. If the story can keep from going off the rails, there’s a good chance that the story will be more …

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A Review of Suddenly Succubus by K.T. Daring

Suddenly Succubus by K.T. Daring

The theme of a character becoming a Succubus can be told in many ways. The most common are the stories in which it’s like a switch is turned and they have only one thing on their minds. That’s rather disappointing, not the least being that much of the time the character really isn’t who they …

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A Review of Summon Him by Kasumi Lee

Summon Him by Kasumi Lee

There are some stories about Succubi and Incubi in which they themselves aren’t quite as important as the events that unfold. They are the catalyst for other characters to learn about themselves, discover secrets held from them. It becomes more important that they keep to the shadows, appearing only when needed to push things that …

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