Category Archive: Succubi

Feb 17 2017

A Review of Demon Hunters by William Harper

Demon Hunters by William Harper

The thing about fantasy adventure stories is that managing to gather together a group of characters that feel right, sound right, and don’t turn the story into a soap opera is sometimes a difficult thing to do. Perhaps the best way to make things work can be as simple as a good sense odd humour …

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Feb 17 2017

A Review of Her Welcome Intruder by Anthea Renard

Her Welcome Intruder by Anthea Renard

There are many different definitions of erotica. Some, like myself, prefer a lighter more passionate blend rather than something harsh or painful. That’s a matter of taste of course, we each like something different. However, there is a point in the telling of a story when the erotica isn’t really erotica, its more abuse of …

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Feb 16 2017

Succubi Image of the Week 474

Succubus by Rezelsheft

images of Succubi tell a story of course. Sometimes that story isn’t clear, a mystery. Sometimes there is a hint about what it might be, but that’s again left to the imagination. But then there are some works that offer a story, the ending at least, and leave one to fill in the blanks. It …

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Feb 15 2017

No, this isn’t all that fancy no matter what it’s called…

Fancy Red Devil Costume

Tacky returns this week, as it seems to regularly and I’m not speaking of the quality of the image I am using either. There comes a point where I wonder if the costume designers are really trying anymore. This is called the Fancy Red Devil Costume. This disaster comes with the horns, pitchfork and dress, but …

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Feb 14 2017

A Review of Hell is for Lovers by Ashlyn Selvatico

Hell is for Lovers by Ashlyn Selvatico

Much of the time when a succubus or incubi, or both for that matter, appear in a story, there’s a point to them being there. A reason, some sort of connection that explains something of what’s going on. Beyond that, they drive the story forwards, cause the main character, or characters to make a choice …

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Feb 14 2017

A Review of The Castle: Blind Date by Penny Prescott

The Castle: Blind Date by Penny Prescott

The thing about book summaries is that sometimes they reveal an important point about the story, or a character within the story, that doesn’t actually come through clearly within the story itself. While doing so gives some idea of what is happening behind the scenes, that doesn’t really give the author a reason to skim …

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Feb 13 2017

Chocolate By TeraS

It is almost Valentine’s Day and a little quirky story came to mind at the last moment. It may seem to be just something silly, but it also has a little bit of truth within it as well. Many times, once everything is properly heated, we can find what we need in …   Chocolate …

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