Category: Incubi

A Review of The Cambion by V. Kent

The Cambion by V. Kent

Not all stories about incubi or succubi necessarily have them actually appear. Sometimes they aren’t really physically present, acting through possessing someone that makes a mistake. A review then of a work that offers something different but doesn’t quite follow through. Title: The Cambion Author: V. Kent Published By: Amazon Digital Services Length: 16 Pages Format: …

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A Review of Don’t Ask, Just Take by K.C. Kane

Don't Ask, Just Take by K.C. Kane

There are some stories that I can’t quite get deeply into. Sometimes that’s the characters, other times it’s the story. But more often than not it’s a question of my view of how submissives should be treated and seeing something occur that just doesn’t sit well. It may be the character’s need, it may be …

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A Review of Filling The Incubus by N W

Filling The Incubus by N W

A review today of a very short incubus work. Incubi exist in the dream world, they are shaped by it to be what they become for the souls they encounter. But that leaves some room for interpretation and changes which can be unexpected as well. Then the question of what desire means brings something that …

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A Review of The Devil You Don’t Know by Latrexa Nova

The Devil You Don't Know by Latrexa Nova

More than anything else when it comes to succubus or incubus erotica, there needs to be personality in the characters. Wooden or one-dimensional isn’t an option, it takes away from the heat most of all. But a story with both characters having life makes the story so much better when they come together. Title: The Devil …

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A Review of Chronicles of The Covenant: Succubus, Part One by Michael Aurelius

Chronicles of The Covenant: Succubus, Part One by Michael Aurelius

A review of the first work in a series that has complex depth, a main character with a lot of promise, and a story which holds one’s attention. Becoming a succubus has questions and issues to overcome, and if one is allowed to deal with them, the result of the story can be something unexpected. …

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A Review of Apartment 29 by Jules Hunter

Apartment 29 by Jules Hunter

Some of the most interesting stories are those in which the main character doesn’t know that much about themselves. It becomes a tale of discovery, mistakes and missteps through which, in the end, the character figures out who they are and what they want. The thing is, the finding isn’t always as good as the …

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A Review of The Incubus’s Impatiently Fertile Mate by J.B. Black

The Incubus's Impatiently Fertile Mate by J.B. Black

Something of a different story about incubi for review this time on the Tale. The mythos of incubi tells of course of their causing their mates, or partners, or those they encounter in a sexual way, to bear children. A different take in this work where the mate is male and what comes from that …

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