Category: Novels and Books

A Review of Raising Cain: A Succubus Always Gets Her Man by Jerico Knight

Raising Cain: A Succubus Always Gets Her Man by Jerico Knight

The story of Lilith brings with it a lot of interesting questions to think about. There’s one particular aspect of her that, for the most part, really isn’t quite touched upon as much as I might like it to be. There’s a question of what it’s like to be, for all intents and purposes, immortal …

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A Review of the Souls On Fire series by Piper Hayes

Souls On Fire series by Piper Hayes

It’s a delight for me when I come across a series in which the characters are more than “just succubi”. More so, when the characters have depth, emotion, hopes and a past, that level of storytelling give rise to some of the most wonderful tales by far. Most of all, having a glimpse of the …

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A Review of the anthology book Sexy to Go Halloween 2

Sexy to Go Halloween 2

A collection of stories for review this time on the Tale. Being that it is a collection, in this case there’s only one story that really interested me, and that will be the focus of this review. I will add an overall thought about the entire collection as well however. The past hurts us all. …

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A Review of Werewolf!: Hell High Book 3 by Michael-Scott Earle

Werewolf!: Hell High Book 3 by Michael-Scott Earle

It’s been a few months since there’s been a work in the Hell High series by Michael-Scott Earle, and I’m delighted to say that the third work in the series has appeared at last. You can find my review of the first work in the series here and the second work was reviewed here on …

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A Review of Succubus by Jenna Adams and Amanda Blaze

Succubus by Jenna Adams and Amanda Blaze

There are stories in which succubi and vampire characters mix. Sometimes that’s a question of how succubi are defined, usually meaning that the vampires are more sexually focused, those being called succubi or incubi. Occasionally, the idea of a succubus and a vampire having a child comes up and the daughter is, to some extent, …

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A Review of Hungry Touch by Shona Husk

Hungry Touch by Shona Husk

Occasionally incubi appear in science fiction, and for me the thing I look for is, how that works, exactly, with who they are and what they can be. Beyond that, comes the question of their society, how that functions, and, hopefully, that the conflict is one with purpose, not something that is a flash in …

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A Review of Incubus by Kat Cotton

Incubus by Kat Cotton

A review today of a short prequel work to a series which, according to the author, will be appearing sometime in June of 2017. There’s a lot to like about the main character, there’s some really good storytelling as well. There’s just one little problem and while that doesn’t break the story completely, what happens …

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