Category Archive: Random Thoughts

Jan 27 2017

A Review of Hell In a Handbasket: Welcome to Hell – Volume 1 by Jason Hutchinson

Hell In a Handbasket: Welcome to Hell - Volume 1 by Jason Hutchinson

A review of the Welcome to Hell series by Jason Hutchinson today on the Tale. I’ve read the individual stories, but the author has released the series as a collection of the works so far, so I’ll be reviewing the series as a single work. I think, in all honesty, that it’s a better read as one …

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Jan 27 2017

A Review of Life Doesn’t Suck by Maria K

Life Doesn't Suck by Maria K

The appearance of succubi and incubi in some stories seems like a bit of a deus ex machina. They are there as a threat, a force to be opposed, hated and so on. There’s little time spent in telling about them, leaving them to be main cannon fodder for the moment when it arrives. That’s …

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Jan 25 2017

This isn’t anything that can make a Devil Costume work…

Wicked Delights Devil Cape Kit

Some costume accessories this time on the Tale which, for me, make me wonder. There are times when I really do believe that costume designers just toss things together anyway they can and then try to sell them… No matter how awful things may look. This is called the Wicked Delights Devil Cape Kit and it …

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Jan 24 2017

A Review of the Roxy’s Lust series by Melissa Heart

Roxy's Lust: The Club by Melissa Heart

A review of a series about a succubus that, as a whole, really didn’t have much in the way of story, characters or heat either when it came to the erotica. I find it disappointing when a series doesn’t allow the character to grow, to tell a story about her. Putting a character, even if …

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Jan 24 2017

A Review of Summoning the Incubus by L.C. Davis

Summoning the Incubus by L.C. Davis

Setting up what drives characters together in a story is rather important. Giving a hint as to why something happens leaves a lot to wonder about. The why of a story matters as much as the how after all. Beyond that, having a character’s answer seem to be a little unclear and confused doesn’t always …

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Jan 22 2017

A Review of The Demon’s Daughter Makes the Grade by Nessa Triskelion

The Demon's Daughter Makes the Grade by Nessa Triskelion

A review of the third work in the Demon’s Daughter series this time on the Tale. I’ve reviewed the prior works in the series before and you can find the first review here on the Tale, and the second can be found here. Overall Elodie’s story has been interesting, but missing something and a lot of …

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Jan 22 2017

A Review of All That She Needs by Anya W. Vossand

All That She Needs by Anya W. Vossand

There are some that believe that succubi need to be heartless. That it’s best to have no connections, to live for the moment and nothing more. Stories of that nature are, for me at least, nothing special. However, a story that dares to tell of change, of understanding, of becoming something more than simply a …

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