Category: Novels and Books

A Review of Seduced By Moonlight by Vivian Blake

Seduced By Moonlight by Vivian Blake

Succubi and angels in love is a delightful story to tell. The thing is, just having the story be a simple good and evil based theme really doesn’t do the characters justice. But if the characters are the focus, and that allows them to become more than where they begin, it gives the opportunity for …

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A Review of Against the Grain: A Human’s Guide to Wooing an Asexual Incubi by Nikole Knight

Against the Grain: A Human's Guide to Wooing an Asexual Incubi by Nikole Knight

Sometimes one’s own needs are, sadly, overwhelmed by their family. It’s a very poor thing to do, it causes no end of harm. It’s especially sad when one’s heart cannot be true to itself. A work then today in which the needs of two outweigh many. For in that understanding comes the one thing that …

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A Review of Sudden Succubus by A.B. Marie

Sudden Succubus by A.B. Marie

Not all stories about succubi and incubi use what can be described as the expected mythos. Overall, that allows for quite a lot of interesting storytelling and the construction of a story universe in which the unexpected can be. Perhaps the most amazing thing is when a new mythos is formed which brings something new …

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A Review of Skirting Fate by Salem Cross

Skirting Fate by Salem Cross

Another reverse harem work this time on the Tale. Overall I don’t mind these works, if the characters are more than the sex they have. It’s more interesting to have the female lead be a force to be reckoned with than being a lost character. More so when the male characters find themselves having to …

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A Review of The Alphas’ Proposal by Sassy Abigail Anders

The Alphas' Proposal by Sassy Abigail Anders

There’s quite a number of Alpha harem themed works appearing of late and, as would be expected, quite a number of them have succubus characters at the centre of the story. It does make sense from an erotica perspective to do so. The thing is, many stories don’t really have a strong enough succubus to …

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A Review of Demon Hunter: The Vermillion Cabal by Michael Dalton

Demon Hunter: The Vermillion Cabal by Michael Dalton

A review today of the second work in the Demon Hunter series by Michael Dalton, you can find my review of the first book here. Being involved with magic leads to complications. Whether that be close at hand or brewing on the horizon, sometimes there’s no real shelter from the oncoming storm. Title: Demon Hunter: The …

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A Review of Impossible Castle by M. Gregg Roe

Impossible Castle by M. Gregg Roe

A review of the first book in a new series today on the Tale and it’s one in which one of the main characters is a Succubus with all the trials and issues that brings. It’s a delight to discover a story in which a succubus is more than what she is. It’s telling when …

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