Category Archive: Novels and Books

Jul 21 2017

A Review of Diary of a Succubus by James Patterson

It’s not unheard of for an action story to have a succubus as the main character. The thing about doing so is that, at least for me, there needs to be some real focus placed upon telling her story among the bullets, knifes and fighting. As it is with erotica, an adventure story needs something …

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Jul 18 2017

A Review of Stu Boling and the Lap Dance of Death by Nic Brown

Origin stories need some specific things to work well. There needs to be a hook in the character, a reason as to why they are on the path that leads them forwards. Beyond that, their personality should be attractive in some way, whether that be amusing or otherwise. But if that origin is confused, or …

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Jul 16 2017

A Review of The Witch in the Woods by Remo Santomauro

There always is a reason as to why things happen and it is the discovery of that reason that makes for an interesting story. That can be a convoluted path with many wrong turns and things to sort out. But when that reason is cloaked behind the past, it can become murky and uncertain. Not …

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Jul 14 2017

A Review of A Vampire’s Seduction by Angel Lawson

Vampires appear quite often in stories about succubi and the same frequently happens as well. The thing that makes that a problem sometimes comes to offering a larger story, then not playing off that and telling that story. Being that a series focuses upon vampires, it’s not that surprising that when succubi appear, they aren’t …

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Jul 11 2017

A Review of Circles Within Circles by Cori Vidae

The thing about telling a story is what’s left behind, not told, when the story is over. There are questions that pile up as a story unfolds, hints of things to be, or were long before, that come up and need to be said. Sometimes those questions aren’t answered, the past not explored, the needs …

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Jul 09 2017

A Review of the Family Succubus series by The Wolf

There are some themes which I don’t really care for when it comes to stores about succubi. One of those is vore, which is something I can’t quite understand the attraction to. That said, I came across a series in which the theme of vore is very present, and takes up almost all of the …

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Jul 07 2017

A Review of Vengeful by C S Dixon

Not all stories about succubi, or characters who might be defined as succubi are necessarily focused upon the erotic. Sometimes the focus turns to the aspects that are more horrific or sometimes their ghostly manifestations. A ghost story told from the perspectives of those being haunted allows for bizarre moments, confusion and moments of shock …

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