An interesting 3D Morrigan Aensland YouTube

Another Morrigan Aensland YouTube this time on the Tale, but it’s one that’s a little bit different. Morrigan has many different looks and styles, but there’s not that many where her basic look doesn’t change but the colours are different.

If you cannot see this video on the Tale, please try this link.

As always, in the event the video disappears, here’s a screenshot from the video.

Morrigan Aensland Sexy Beach Strech by Kerry Girl

Morrigan Aensland Sexy Beach Strech by Kerry Girl

Morrigan’s character is really well done, I like the details and the various colours that appear. They are interesting choices to think about, and how it’s not just how her clothing is something different. Besides her usual look, there is of course a Lilith inspired colour scheme among others, but that’s not the one that I like the most.

There’s a version of Morrigan in the video where she has white hair, wings and outfit that I think works really well. The rest of the creations are lovely, but the white one strikes me as the most interesting.

Something unique with Morrigan, even if the poses are a bit silly at times…


A Review of Possessed: Lilith Erotica by Dennis Maier and Cholly Knickerbocker

Possessed: Lilith Erotica by Dennis Maier and Cholly Knickerbocker

Possessed: Lilith Erotica by Dennis Maier and Cholly Knickerbocker

Lilith, myths and legends about her, and certain themes appear in stories from time to time. Sometimes they are more fantasy based, others tell a more grounded story overall. Sometimes the story told is really less about Lilith herself than it is a reflection of the main character trying to understand themselves and what happens to them.

Perhaps in that path of self discovery Lilith is more a means to enlightenment than what else she might otherwise be.

  • Title: Possessed: Lilith Erotica
  • Authors: Dennis Maier and Cholly Knickerbocker
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 203 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09YP52FV8
  • Publishing Date: April 22, 2022
  • This work in Kindle Format at

The work tells of:

This is my true confession: I am possessed by a supernatural being that dominates me body and soul, forcing me to commit terrible sins of depravity and lust. If my mother or the Church ever found out they would crucify me. I fear them now that I have escaped their domination into the loving arms of my beautiful neighbors who waited for me to come of age. Why? Since our steamy ménage à trois I fantasize about them constantly, her breathtaking curves, her sweet kisses all over my tender young body. She is more of a mother to me than my real mother who now seeks to destroy me. Am I gay? No, I don’t think so. Can I be a lesbian if I love him too? Not like a daddy but a verily handsome alpha male–despite the age gap.
Thinking about them both now leaves me short of breath, flushed, and tingling with excitement. But I am also confused and conflicted, caught between the Church and my loves who opened up a secret world I never dreamed existed. Am I being led to hell by them, by the demoness Lilith, or am I freed, my own woman at last?

The path to understanding of one’s desires takes many turns. It’s never a simple thing, there are always questions seeking answers. Is the reality what we believe or is it the expectation of something other we cannot understand?

The work is mainly a mixture of self-discovery with some tepid erotica that appears from time to time to push the main character forwards on their quest. Written in something of a journal for the most part, it tells the path of the main character in finding a way to understand themselves through the theologies they have been taught and the new ideas they have been offered.

Lilith is referenced many times in the work, though she really never appears in it to any real extent. There are hints of her, but it’s mainly focused on the beliefs of those that follow her word. There might be the barest hint of succubi once or twice, but not much more than that.

The writing is a bit odd overall, both in the narrative and the dialogue. It’s uneven and seems to be trying to find a way to express the ideas the main character has and the events around her, but can’t quite manage it well. Perhaps a bit more time unraveling the story more would have helped as there’s a lot of missing pieces and the main character just doesn’t quite have the means to tell her story.

That well could be part of the theme, part of the way the story is told. But it hurts the story overall and just makes things more difficult to follow than they needed to be I think.

Three out of five pitchforks.

It’s not a story about succubi exactly, nor is it really at the core a story about Lilith. It’s a bit of a difficult read, but there are moments that make this interesting overall.


Succubi Image of the Week 756

Cute Morrigan Aensland art for this week’s image because of course it is both cute and it’s Morrigan. I just really like Morrigan when she’s being cute and a bit of a tease and today’s art reflects that part of her personality well…

Morrigan Aensland by yuki-oto

Morrigan Aensland by yuki-oto

This delightfully cute work is by the artist yuki-oto on DeviantArt and you can find the original page with this art here.

Yes Morrigan is being cute. Yes she’s being a complete tease. But really that’s the appeal of her character and story. This art is just so perfect in letting that mischievous part of Morrigan appear and I’m delighted in how her smile and pose are just so exactly right.


Better horns and this might be something… maybe

Gothic Devil Corset Costume
Another one of those costumes which. given just a bit more effort could just tip itself into being something that isn’t a disaster. The thing is, considering how much this costume is, I can’t see why they didn’t go the extra mile.

This is the Gothic Devil Corset Costume and it comes with the corset, horns, pitchfork and gloves the model is wearing, Bottoms as stockings are not included and it sells for $130 US on the website I found it on.

That actually isn’t that bad all things considered. Mind you the horns and the pitchfork have to go. Still that’s really not all that much given the corset is nice and the gloves work well with it.

Much like the corset I looked at a little while ago, this needs the right skirt, thigh high stockings and heels to really bring the look out well. But the idea is there and it could be made to work with not all that much effort.

Three out of five pitchforks.

It’s a start towards something better given the style and drive to do so…


A Review of Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner: A Demonic Romantic Comedy by Latrexa Nova

Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner: A Demonic Romantic Comedy by Latrexa Nova

Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner: A Demonic Romantic Comedy by Latrexa Nova

Some of the best stories come from taking an irreverent look at what characters find themselves in. Keeping up that humour can be really hard to do, but when it is done well, I am bemused.

A review then of the first work in a series by Latrexa Nova which offers quite a lot, has the characters to make the story work well too. Hopefully it’s just the start to something delightful.

  • Title: Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner: A Demonic Romantic Comedy
  • Author: Latrexa Nova
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 205 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09VFW1VW7
  • Publishing Date: March 12, 2022
  • This work in Kindle Format at

The work tells of:

Our lust for each other could shatter reality.
Asta: I only had one summoner left just begging to feed me her sin, and then I was supposed to be home free, finally soaking my aches in the fiery hot springs of the Fifth Circle of Hell for my vacation. Then they showed up. Asmodeus. Cocky, entitled, and a King of Hell, they’re top of the list for demons I’d like to crush under my foot after what they did to me. The worst part? Three hundred years without seeing them did nothing to break the irresistible tension between us. I want to bite their head off and get my mouth on that glorious incubus body all at the same time.
Asmodeus: I thought I was over Asta breaking off our friendship over a stupid prank. After all this time, I should have been. I had plenty of easily seducible humans to get over Asta. So how could I have expected the one time I get summoned in all those years would put me in their path? Now that we’re forced to complete our summoners’ deals together, I can’t get Asta out of my mind—which sucks (and not in the fun way), because if we act on our desires, it could spark a literal apocalypse. But one true taste of sin might just be worth damning all of creation.

Love and lust, from what Asta and Asmodeus have been told, should never be one. Especially for succubi and incubi for that would not be bad, but so very, very, very bad for everyone. Still there are some things which cannot be avoided, events happen that there is no means to control. It’s far worse when the universe itself has decided that they are going to be in more trouble than they could ever imagine.

The work is a well told comedy with some interesting story gymnastics which take various theologies and turn them inside out. It’s irreverent, the characters are both sarcastic and amusing in their own ways as well. It’s not so much focused on erotica or being evil exactly because the humour overrides everything else for the most part.

The succubus of the work, Asta, and Asmodeus, the incubus of the story, make for a delightful couple. They fight and argue, gripe about each other and there’s always something that one does to twist the other’s tail. They aren’t necessarily evil, really more naughty than anything else and I rather adored that aspect of them both. As such, they aren’t stereotypical and their characters build very much on that fact which brings a lot of favour to the story.

It’s a cute and fun story which goes running in a lot of different and unexpected directions. Perhaps a bit rushed, though that is mainly from the characters themselves being a little over the top sometimes.

Four out of five pitchforks.

The sarcasm bemuses me, the story works really well and where things end up promises quote a lot for what comes next. I’m looking forward to that, I think it will be a lot of fun.


Eternal – Part I by TeraS

I’m going to be setting aside Morgane’s story for the balance of August and the reason for this will become, I think, rather clear as this particular story unfolds. For you see, there are some truths that are …

Eternal – Part I
By TeraS

There are many things which the Queen and King of the Realm have in common. If not sharing in all of each of their particular likes, certainly there are some personality quirks which appear to be very obvious to those around them. Their birthdays being the most so, which surprises no-one. Neither really expects anything special to happen; they don’t go looking for adoration, flamboyant events, or such things. It simply isn’t who either of them are.

My niece is so terribly set in her ways about this. Her Eternal, my dear friend, even more so, if that’s possible. Honestly, it’s frustrating at times when his demure personality comes to the fore about the topic of his birthday, in particular. He’s well aware that in spite of his commentary–or perhaps to spite that, to my own amusement–his protestations will fall upon deaf ears.

The plans had been percolating in my thoughts for some time as the calendar turned over, the date circled in red appearing there on the bottom edge. I had been gathering my thoughts, my index finger tapping the date in question when his voice announced his arrival. “What are we pondering today, Simone?”

This was in jest, of course. He would never say or consider thinking such things in a way to give offence. From the first moment we met, there was a connection between us, an understanding. We all speak of him looking “right,” of course, that being not a consequence of being our King. It really wouldn’t matter in the slightest if he wasn’t, after all, a bright soul, one who loves freely and who openly is captivating.

My reply held as much teasing: “Where am I going to find a duck and a hose at this time of the afternoon.”

I do so enjoy his smile, as he knows he started this: “Never should have told you about that cartoon.”

Taking a sip of tea and strategically setting the cup right over the circled date, I regard him through my silver-rimmed glasses: “Humour is an artful concept, young man. One should be able to appreciate it when it is well done.”

I do appreciate our banter. It’s not a battle or a struggle to some sort of victory. It’s a bit of lightness to carry the other parts of the conversation to where they will end up. Casting my thoughts to the time when he first appeared, my pleasure in knowing him brings a smile that I’m sure makes him wonder what I’m thinking about.

I’d seen dear Cassiopeia challenge Tera for the throne, and that saddened me more than I have ever let on. Centuries later, the truth came out of course, but at the time all that I knew was that I would lose one or both of them to the throne. Neither had an Eternal which meant nothing but terrible things for the future. They both had their opinions, they both believed they were right. They couldn’t be, of course. How wrong that thought was then, and I’m ashamed that I couldn’t trust in this sorting itself out.

Our family has always loved libraries. It seemed like one of us was always in the Realm’s library, lost in the depths of the stacks with one or another of the books calling for our attention. In the midst of the strife between my nieces, I’d secreted myself in one particular reading room I adored. Far up in the upper floors, an enormous skylight and bay windows showing the skies above and the Realm far below. It was my private place to, as my dear mother said, gather wool and make up my mind about things.

Being the Receptionist, the Guardian of the Realm, I’m far more attuned than most to how things are. I had been feeling the tension, the loss, the confusion of our kind, and it weighed on me. It was quarter to three in the morning in that moment when I felt something change in the texture of the Realm. Looking into the night, there wasn’t a physical change, it was something else that I couldn’t explain at that instant.


Tera’s voice calling out shook my thoughts, and I turned to find her by the doorway. She was wearing the long red jacket that would become her trademark look in the years to come, my first thought was how she looked perfect, but of course she would. I was a terrible influence on her, so her mother said with a wink many times. “Tera?”

“I want you to meet someone.” The skyline of the Realm left my attention as I watched Tera hold out her hand and he entered, his hand slipping into her waiting one. I would have to be blind not to see how right they were for each other. I would have to be stupid not to see the love they shared. In that first moment seeing them together, there was no question what the next words would be.

“This is my Eternal, Keith.”

It was an awkward moment to be sure. I was close to tears, words failing as their love took root in the Realm. I felt the change, the tension ebbing slightly away both around and within me. In that moment, I knew that it would be better, that this mortal brought here by the rightful Queen would be the one to make a difference.

They shared a kiss, then Tera left the room, leaving me alone with the blue-eyed human she loved. I didn’t expect him to close the space between us, take my hand and kiss it in the formal way before taking me in his arms, my own finding their way to holding him, my tail wrapped possessively around his waist. I looked into those so-blue eyes, I felt the love he held, the brightness of his soul …

… and then he started to explain.

If i didn’t know his soul, the story would be impossible to believe. That he loved Tera more than life, but he also loved Cassiopeia as his first love. My silver-tailed niece had come to the mortal world long before Tera had found him, fallen into love and revealed the truth of the Realm. The Cassiopeia he loved wasn’t the one of the here and now, exactly. It was the Cassiopeia in the future–which was confusing, he admitted–but he would love her from afar until the moment happened and all was right again.

But that didn’t matter. He loved them both and, in knowing that, my fear of losing my nieces to the throne faded away. Of course I could accept the three of them being Eternals, of course I would do whatever had to be done to make that all come true. I would have to hide the truth for a long time, he made clear, but, in the end, Tera’s dream of what the Realm could be, would be.

I saw Tera in the doorway waiting for my verdict on her Eternal, hoping that I would approve. Our eyes met and there was only one word needed: “Yes.”

Because of a mortal with blue-eyes that shared a dream eternally.

My thoughts return to the present, where my dear friend waits on the other side of my office desk with a concerned expression. “Good memories?”

Raising my tea to him the answer came easily: “Always.” Then came the bemused smile my niece and I shared: “We’re still going to celebrate your birthday.”

He didn’t look at all disappointed in the revelation that plans were afoot, of course, not that I would expect him to be. It could be as simple as a cupcake with a candle in it for all he cared.

It was going to be somewhat more than that …

A Review of A Succubus’ Tale by Robert Hrzic

A Succubus' Tale by Robert Hrzic

A Succubus’ Tale by Robert Hrzic

Conflict is often the driving force in a story. While that provides the threads upon which the characters pull themselves, what comes along as an undercurrent is very often more powerful.

Sometimes what you see is exactly what will be. More often than not our drive blurs the reality to a point in which the obvious is overlooked. When dealing with a succubus, that’s not the best thing to do.

  • Title: A Succubus’ Tale
  • Author: Robert Hrzic
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 260 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B09TRD3S64
  • Publishing Date: March 1, 2022
  • This work in Kindle Format at

The work tells of:

The kingdom of Praecepia has known peace for generations and is ruled by a dynasty of benevolent kings. The young king, Tior, is now tasked with overseeing this prosperity. However, dark days befall on the kingdom and to add to their troubles, the endangered peoples see that they are not alone in the dominion that they call home. A demonic seductress has crossed into their world and their paths collide when the young king seeks the right answers. It is here that fate brings them together and the recompense… as well as the reverberations of their bond become his to bear.

Tior finds the crown weighs heavily upon him. His people look to him for salvation from the evil crossing the lands. A myth told might offer the means he seeks, but it also could bring a fate far worse and far more evil still.

The work is a fantasy adventure which is delightful in its complexity. The trials through which Tior must pass are not merciful. There is little in the way of joy to be found for there really isn’t with the evils that have befallen his people. The core of the work is that need to find a solution, someting to give hope and it’s well told and realized in all of the challenges.

There is a scattering of erotica, mostly in passing or summarized, rather than expressly told. I think that was a positive choice, considering that the work is told mainly from Tior’s perspective and he has other things to consider at least until he is drawn into the realm of the succubus of this work.

Dracona, the succubus of the work, is very much an evil succubus. It’s in her undertones, the movements and hints she places when she appears. She has a goal, a desire and Tior would seem to be the one she needs to have what she wants. There are points at which Dracona seems to be something more, hanging on the edge of not being stereotypical, but she’s fleetingly in the work which makes that telling seem lacking. It’s a shame that more time wasn’t spent with her and what she brings to pass as I really wanted to know more about her.

Well written, there’s nothing that really takes one out of the story. Again I wold have liked more focus on Dracona’s past, something more told about things from her perspective would have been interesting. Perhaps that’s the one part of this work that suffers as a result.

Three and a half out of five pitchforks.

I liked the overall story and the characters. How things unfold is a bit expected overall, but considering the fantasy world this is set in, that did have to be. I really would have liked to see something from Dracona’s perspective, perhaps as an epilogue of sorts. Considering her nature and desires, that might have brought something more to her character than how she was portrayed in the end.