Tag: Books and Novels

A Review of Succubus Temptations by Nastya Bednaya

Succubus Temptations eBook Cover, written by Nastya Bednaya

Relationships are a complicated thing in more ways than can be easily explained. Things get a lot more complicated when a work tells of a reality where things are going to hell, quite literally, and meeting succubi and incubi on the street isn’t anything special. But that brings with it the question: if nothing is …

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A Review of Hell’s Horny Demon by Alana Church

Hell's Horny Demon by Alana Church

A review today of a new work by Alana Church, the first in her new series called Hell’s Horny Angels. I’ve reviewed many of her works in the past, and I’ve always been delighted in her writing, her characters, and how her stories unfold. Evil is, when you think about it, a state of mind …

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A Review of Seduction of the RA by Devlin Price

Seduction of the RA by Devlin Price

A review of the first work in a new series today, which has some good aspects to it, but seems to be faltering on being a bit too focused on the sexual aspects of the story and not enough on the storytelling, which is a shame. Being alone isn’t the end of a story, it’s …

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A Review of Corrupted Mortal Vessel by David Gosnell

Corrupted Mortal Vessel by David Gosnell

It’s been quite some time since I last reviewed a book on the Tale. Eventually someone will read this note hopefully when I have filled in a number of years of reviews and other things that I haven’t been able to do. But with that said, a review today of a book written by an …

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A YouTube about Succubi Lore in Dungeons and Dragons

Succubi have been a part of Dungeons and Dragons from the beginning and while they have been, at times it’s been a little disappointing in the lack of sensuality and sexuality that they have. In later editions that undercurrent of sexuality and its use in controlling the… more feeble-minded and otherwise, has come a bit …

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A Review of BattleCat Vs. The Succubus by Jack Bixby

BattleCat Vs. The Succubus by Jack Bixby

More often than not, if the word succubus appears in a book title, one can expect that there will be a succubus character appearing. Now, they can be a large part of the story or a minor thing as a whole of course. What’s quite disappointing is when they appear for barely a page and …

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A Review of Demon Seed by M Wills

Demon Seed by M Wills

Temptation is, of course, a theme that crops up very often in stories with succubi appearing in them. It is the way in which the main character of the story is brought to temptation, lead sometime down the garden path, which can be very interesting to watch unfold. But in the telling of what happens, …

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