Tag Archive: Books and Novels

Jan 28 2018

A Review of Incubus by M. Reed

There are some stories where it really is a shame that things come to a close far too soon. Time is spent telling of the characters, making relationships and they trying to figure the other out. There’s a dose of the universe they exist in, there’s a hint of how things work. Something happens, it …

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Jan 26 2018

A Review of Any Job In A Haze by Chris Andrews

The telling of a story relies on not so much what the characters are as who they are. To say that someone is, for example, addicted to drugs, isn’t nearly as interesting as forcing that character to make a choice. Especially one that has dire consequences. It is the choice made, to trust in the …

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Jan 16 2018

A Review of The Succ: Enslaved by the Futa Succubus by Alison Osias

More and more often of late, stories about succubi are turning towards them being futa in nature. That can work, if there is a story to tell, if the characters are more than their own needs. But much of the time there’s a fixation on the futa theme that pushes all else into the background. …

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Jan 14 2018

A Review of Sinful Lust by Caitlyn Norrel

There are some stories about succubi which tend to focus on one idea about them. Sometimes that’s a theme of evil, others tell of sex and sexuality. But a story needs something more than a event, or action, to drive things onwards. Characters have to be more than an emotion or action. The telling of …

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Jan 09 2018

A Review of Lilin by Electa Graham

Not all stories about succubi and incubi are works of erotica. Much of the time, they tend to be the “big bad” of works with an action tone to them and that can be a difficult tightrope to walk. Done well, they can be evil creatures with evil intent. They have a plan, or goal, …

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Jan 07 2018

A Review of A Dish Served Cold by Grace Lovejoy

There are many stories in which succubi appear as a bit of a deus ex machina and, at least for me, that can be a disappointment. Appearing out of thin air, pushing the story in the direction the author wishes things to go and then vanishing tends to be not that interesting to me. While …

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Jan 05 2018

A Review of Incubus: A Very Short Horror Story by Gretchen Grimm

There’s a certain talent in writing a story in which in the telling of what’s happening is a train of consciousness. Beyond that, trying to explain what’s happening, without necessarily telling of the why of things is that much more difficult. Such stories can lose their way, become events without much meaning and it’s at …

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