Tag: Books and Novels

A Review of Devil Red by Nova Chalmers

Devil Red by Nova Chalmers

Some stories have twists in them that almost make the journey though the story worth reading. Changing stories that we all know into something different yet familiar is really a talent that few authors have. The question that strikes me is whether the twist in the end is really needed in the story or is …

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A Review of Legacy by Niall Teasdale

Legacy by Niall Teasdale

I’ve been taken by a book series over the last year by the author Niall Teasdale, and to my pleasure he has released two more books in the series for a total of three so far with another to come soon as well. My first review of his first book, Thaumatology 101, you can find here. And I reviewed …

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A Review of Hot, Hexed, and Bothered by Lori Green

Hot, Hexed, and Bothered by Lori Green

It’s a new year and the first tale post will be a book review. But not a Succubus story, but an Incubus one that is, in its own way, an odd but silly story indeed… Title: Hot, Hexed, and Bothered Author: Lori Green Publishing Date: March 28, 2011 Length: 81 Pages This novel at Noble …

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A Review of Demon’s Moon by Niall Teasdale

Demon’s Moon by Niall Teasdale

I’ve been taken by a book series this year by the author Niall Teasdale, and to my pleasure he has released two more books in the series for a total of three so far with another to come soon as well. My first review of his first book, Thaumatology 101, you can find here. This week I will …

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A Review of Sexy Vampires, Beautiful Demons by A.J. Hamilton

Sexy Vampires, Beautiful Demons by A.J. Hamilton

Now I don’t particularly like vampire themed novels or collections. Thankfully I found one that is mostly not about them, and has at least one Succubus story in it… That’s a start at least isn’t it? Title: Sexy Vampires, Beautiful Demons Author: A.J. Hamilton Publishing Date: April 29, 2011 Length: 10 Pages ASIN: B004YR1F5Y This eBook …

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A Review of The Zero Dog War by Keith Melton

The Zero Dog War: Zero Dog Missions, Book 1 by Keith Melton

There are some stories about Succubi that are, unfortunately, quite short. As a result they appear in anthologies and collections that don’t really lend themselves to being seen. It’s rather satisfying when an author publishes their works on their own so that they can be seen by those that look for stories about Succubi… Like …

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A review of Love Can Be Dangerous To Your Health by Liz Strange

A review of Love Can Be Dangerous To Your Health by Liz Strange

One of the things that I haven’t seen a lot of in stories of late, is a Succubus that knows what she is, isn’t afraid of it, and has the personality and willpower to make of that something. It’s a refreshing change when a writer creates a character like that and it’s not simply a …

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