Tag: Books and Novels

A review of Belong by George Wilhite

Belong by George Wilhite

Some stories have a different take on what Succubi are. Now, for the most part those stories have them being evil of course for that is what they are generally seen as. I found a story that has the Succubus in it as a very evil being, but in the end of the story, a …

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A review of UnWrapped by Danielle Gavan

UnWrapped by Danielle Gavan

Time to share a book I found with an Incubus within its pages… Now they are but one part of the overall story that the author has written, but they are… interesting… A quick, hot read, but it did leave me wanting more than we see in the work… Title: UnWrapped Author: Danielle Gavan Publishing …

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A review of Lust Eaters by Jack Shadow

Lust Eaters by Jack Shadow

It’s interesting to see how other people see the concept of Succubi and Incubi. More so when they take their ideas and turn them into stories and novels. Occasionally I don’t agree with the ideas, but I do give them a chance to give me story that keeps my interest in spite of what the …

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A review of My Sweet Succubus by Victoria Foxxe…

My Sweet Succubus by Victoria Foxxe

Occasionally, short flashes of erotic stories about Succubi appear here and there. Most are, okay, some are better, some are worse and then there are those stories where you expect one thing to happen and the author doesn’t take you there, but somewhere else. The question that comes then is, is that path as good …

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A review of Chocolate Bliss by Selena Illyria…

Chocolate Bliss by Selena Illyria

Chocolate is an interesting thing. Now while that might be interesting in taste or in other things, it is, occasionally, seen as an aphrodisiac. For Succubi this can be a good thing… Well most of the time at least unless of course someone does something that makes it a bit different… It’s all a question …

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A Review of Demon In Vegas by Kit Lang

Demon In Vegas by Kit Lang - Alternative Cover

It’s a rare story that I find about Succubi where I read the story and think… Darn she seems ffamiliar… Now by that I mean that it seems, in a lot of ways, that the Succubus of the story is, at least partly, acting or seems to have some of my Succubi-self’s personality. When I …

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A Review of Covenant of the Faceless Knights: Beginnings by Gary F. Vanucci

Covenant of the Faceless Knights: Beginnings by Gary F. Vanucci

I think it is important that when an author starts any sort of work, and this includes myself, there are three things that matter. One is character. It doesn’t matter how good the rest of the story is if your characters, especially the main ones, are not interesting. The second  is their motivation. It is …

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