Category Archive: Novels and Books

Aug 04 2017

A Review of The Bimbo Effect by Devin U.P.

The Bimbo Effect by Devin U.P.

Occasionally I stumble across a work that, at first glance, wouldn’t seem to have any sort of connection with succubi at all. Still, KDP can be a useful thing to skim over a book before buying it and seeing if there’s anything within the pages that interest me. Sometimes it can also reveal a work …

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Aug 04 2017

A Review of Summoning Succubi by Frater Azrael

Summoning Succubi by Frater Azrael

There are, from time to time, works that appear with regards to succubi that take an approach which steps over towards the discussion of the occult. The works tell of how one could summon a succubus, how that works, and some related aspects to learn and consider. Many times the works are clearly fantasy, the …

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Aug 01 2017

A Review of The Deal by L.L. Frost

A little while ago I reviewed the first work in the Succubus Bargain series here on the Tale and you can find that review here. I adored the main character Adie, the humour and more the delights I found in following her battle to make her single dream reality. Today a review of the second work …

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Aug 01 2017

A Review of Huldra by J.P Knight

Not all those characters that appear in stories I review on the Tale are, exactly, succubi. There are other beings that are close to succubi, or are, in a way, part of the succubi family. This then brings me to a story about such a character who is, in a lot of ways, a succubus, …

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Jul 30 2017

A Review of Nefarius by Cinnamon Sin

There are some book summaries that don’t tell the truth about what’s contained in the pages. They skirt around the story, sometimes being very untrue as to what things are about. There’s something about a summary that’s brutally honest, leaving nothing to the imagination and in doing so making it clear that the work is …

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Jul 28 2017

A Review of Succubus by Kamaya Tarpley

When stories are told about succubi who’s creation is from other cultures, that’s interesting to me. I enjoy reading how they are seen, what makes up their character. Similarly, the construction of their mythos, the beings that make up that world, matters very much as to how the story unfolds. In the telling of that …

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Jul 25 2017

A Review of The Make-Up Artist by Marlon S. Hayes

Sometimes a short story doesn’t tell all. There’s a mystery left behind, sometimes many of them and it can leave the story feeling unfinished in a way. Setting up a story, the characters and then evolving them both to tell something different is a difficult thing. Occasionally that’s done very well, but at the same …

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