Tag: Books and Novels

A Review of Breeding A Demon: Seduced by a Succubus by Georas Sphinx

Breeding A Demon: Seduced by a Succubus by Georas Sphinx

In the telling of a story, there needs to be focus, To tell of an encounter, regardless of who it is or what happens, without expanding on the why of things is a shame. In the creation of the mystery, in the building of a story, it’s not enough to say a character is needed. …

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A Review of Lethia: Demonic Desire by Saria Darkwood

Lethia: Demonic Desire by Saria Darkwood

The cover of an ebook doesn’t always reflect the story within. A case in point is the work I am reviewing today where there’s a disconnect between the visuals and the story itself. That said, the summary however drew my attention and made me wonder what was going to happen from the opening page. My …

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A Review of Spirited! by Naomi Stone

Spirited! by Naomi Stone

A review on the Tale today of a work that originally appeared in 2013 and since that point has been reissued at least twice, the last being recently in November 2017. What strikes me most about these reissues is that each time the work reappears, it has gained in depth and breath. That’s not a …

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A Review of No Rest for the Wicked by Jennie Kew

No Rest for the Wicked by Jennie Kew

A review today of a story that asks a question that I have to admit I’ve never considered about succubi and incubi. What is the worst thing that could happen to them and what is the effect of that? Now, how that all comes together and what the result is, has to be left to …

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A Review of Succubus Autumn by Indigo Fulmen

Succubus Autumn by Indigo Fulmen

It’s been some time since the first work in the Seasons of the Succubus series by Indigo Fulmen was published and you can find my review of that work here on the Tale. Today then, the next work in the series in which things get not better at all. There’s a thing about telling a story …

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A Review of Pink by Misty Vixen

Pink by Misty Vixen

I’ve reviewed works by Misty Vixen in the past on the Tale, you can find one of them here and today I’ll be reviewing one of the author’s more recents works. What I particularly enjoy about the succubi the author tells of in her stories, is that while not all of them are nice, they …

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A Review of Who’s Your Daddy?: A Short Tale of Terror by Jack O’Donnell

Who's Your Daddy?: A Short Tale of Terror by Jack O'Donnell

A review on the Tale today of the 55th work in a ongoing series in which what appears to be an incubus appears. I say that because the story doesn’t quite come out and say that they are one, but it seems self-evident as a whole. In telling a story, there can be a point …

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