Category: Novels and Books

A Review of Love is My Superpower by Luna Blake

Love is My Superpower by Luna Blake

A review today of the first work in the Orion’s Bay Trilogy series by Luna Blake in which both succubi and incubi characters appear in what are minor roles. There is a problem however, and yes it’s a matter of my personal preference in succubi and incubi being more than what they are expected to …

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A Review of My Crush is an Incubus! by Thorn and Nin

My Crush is an Incubus! by Thorn and Nin

I’ve reviewed works from the ongoing series Horny Mage Academy by Thorn and Nin and overall they have been interesting if, for the most part, more focused on the erotica than the story telling. Now up to twenty stories, and not having been given a succubus or incubus themed work for some time, it’s time …

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A Review of The Succubi’s Apprentice by Alana Church

The Succubi's Apprentice by Alana Church

Back in April I reviewed the first work in the Hell’s Horny Angels series by Alana Church and you can find that review here on the Tale. The following work in the series was recently published to my delight and bemusement and once again Alana has reminded me why she is one of my favourite …

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A Review of Winter Solstice: A ‘The Incubus’ Secretary’ Bonus Chapter by Anna Kendra

Winter Solstice: A 'The Incubus' Secretary' Bonus Chapter by Anna Kendra

Works that tease a series or larger story can be interesting on their own, many times becoming a doorway into understanding the characters and the world they exist within. The question becomes one of where the story tease ends and what it begins to the overall story and characters. Title: Winter Solstice: A ‘The Incubus’ Secretary’ …

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A Review of The Warriors Of Rothenberg by Vivek Kumar

The Warriors Of Rothenberg by Vivek Kumar

Sometimes a story suggests there is a succubus involved in some way within the tale being told. There’s evidence of them being on the edges of the story, they push the characters to act in some way or other. The problem comes when the succubus doesn’t actually appear, doesn’t have a name and just is …

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A Review of Hell Has Come to Azania by Succumb To Me

Hell Has Come to Azania by Succumb To Me

Sword and sorcery is a very common theme where succubi appear. That is expected of course, but then comes the problem of dealing with the trap of having them be stereotypical, uninteresting and, as a whole, kind of boring. Really it’s the character themselves and how they make the world turn around them that can …

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A Review of Sketchbook by Jack Chance

Sketchbook by Jack Chance

Some plot ideas offer a lot to consider overall. Something comes into the possession of the main character and things happen. Sometimes for good or bad, many times it takes away the plot the work started with and turns things to another direction. That’s all good, but if what comes afterwards doesn’t have something in …

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