Category Archive: Random Thoughts

May 23 2017

A Review of Breaking Hell’s Rules by Lyssa Dering

Breaking Hell's Rules by Lyssa Dering

Setting the stage for a story needs a hook, something that’s a bit different, a little distinct which then leads towards the telling of the story that’s unexpected. The characters themselves hold the core of the story, but then what happens around them needs to have meaning, a reason as to why things happen as …

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May 23 2017

A Review of the Lilith’s Kiss series by Roxxi Rhodes

Last year I reviewed the first work in what was to be the Lilith’s Kiss series by Jasmine Wright, but following that work’s appearance, nothing further came of the series. Recently the first work was reissued under a new author’s name and the series progressed to five parts. A review then of the series in which I …

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May 21 2017

A Review of Ritual Love by Julie Law

Sometime ago I reviewed the first work in the Futa Academy series by Julie Law, and you can find that review here on the Tale. What I particularly enjoyed about the work was the storytelling which wasn’t overcome by the erotica. The balance was more towards the characters, the situation and what happens than it was …

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May 21 2017

A Review of A Demon’s Desires & The Succubus Brothel Bundle by Satine LaFleur

A Demon's Desires & The Succubus Brothel Bundle by Satine LaFleur

A review of a collection of stories today on the Tale which brought with it a bit of a problem for me. There are certain names which place images and memories in one’s mind. For example, the use of a character’s name that appeared in a television series is a bit of a problem for …

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May 20 2017

A unique Succubus WIP YouTube

Be My Valentine by Ana Rodrigues

A YouTube this time of an artist creating what I think of as a somewhat gothic succubus work of art that is simply beautiful… The title of the work is interesting, the imagery quite striking, and most of all, there’s a presence in this art that I found captivating…   If you cannot see this …

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May 19 2017

A Review of The Incubus’s Kiss by Bree Branigan

The thing about some works is that the story that isn’t told is so much more interesting than the story that is. Touching on events seen “off-screen” leaves a lot of questions needing to be answered. More so, that story untold actually matters to how the main characters relate to each other. Skimming over things …

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May 19 2017

A Review of Seduced by a Demon by Rick Mann

Seduced by a Demon by Rick Mann

Sometime ago I reviewed the second work in a series called the Seduction of Sin in which a succubus appeared and you can find that review here on the Tale. The work left a lot to be desired in a lot of ways, but having come into things with the second work, I went back and …

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