Tag: Books and Novels

A Review of Vengeful by C S Dixon

Vengeful by C S Dixon

Not all stories about succubi, or characters who might be defined as succubi are necessarily focused upon the erotic. Sometimes the focus turns to the aspects that are more horrific or sometimes their ghostly manifestations. A ghost story told from the perspectives of those being haunted allows for bizarre moments, confusion and moments of shock …

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A Review of Immortal Pleasures: Sexy Snacks 1 by R.C. Edwards

Immortal Pleasures: Sexy Snacks 1 by R.C. Edwards

The most frustrating thing is when a work appears that offers the beginning of a series and then nothing else comes afterwards. It’s more so when the characters are fun, the erotica has lovely heat, and the mystery that awaits is something you’d like to see the story move towards. Origin stories need to tell …

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A Review of Tall, Dark and Deadly by Kharma Kelley

Tall, Dark and Deadly by Kharma Kelley

One of the things that I’ve had problems with in the past has been the appearance of characters that are partly vampire and partly incubus, or succubus, in their nature. It comes to there never really being given a lot of thought as to how that works, exactly. Sometimes however, there’s an explanation that makes …

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A Review of Succubus Sex Tales 1 by CJ Masters

Succubus Sex Tales 1 by CJ Masters

Sex alone is not a story, at least not a good one and certainly it lacks in many ways if one is looking for interesting characters. Describing sex isn’t telling a story, it’s sort of like watching an adult movie and then trying to tell someone that hasn’t seen the movie what the porn stars …

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A Review of Confessions of a Succubus: Volume 1 by Barbra Spencer

Confessions of a Succubus: Volume 1 by Barbra Spencer

There are, of late, quite a number of stories which are told from the perspective of the main character, who happens to be a succubus. Being placed into the shoes, or horns, of the character can work, if there’s something to attach one’s interest to, or if there’s something in the words that has depth, …

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A Review of Incubus Touch by Siryn Sueng

Incubus Touch is an eBook written by Siryn Sueng

A review this time on the Tale of the first work in the Polar Nights series by Siryn Sueng. The series is set in a place rarely touched on in fiction, the themes are lovely and there’s a mystery to unfold that ties things and characters together quite well. The needs of one’s soul sometimes are …

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A Review of Curse of the Caller by Matthew Chapel

Curse of the Caller by Matthew Chapel

Motivation is an interesting theme to use, the idea of who wants something and what they are willing to do. That said, if the story can’t quite bring that out, or moves that idea aside for the sake of an erotic hot flash, there’s something missing. Overall, that’s the problem with a good idea being …

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