Tag Archive: Reviews

Jun 23 2017

A Review of the Wicked Futa Succubus series by Reed James

I’ve reviewed several works by Reed James from time to time here on the Tale. The author is very prolific in their writing, publishing a remarkable number of books each month on various subjects. I’ve found the singular problem with this author is that there isn’t enough focus on storytelling for the sake of getting …

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Jun 20 2017

A Review of Inviting the Incubus Inside by Viktoria Skye

The one thing that either makes, or breaks, a story is the ending. There’s a certain tone that comes before in how the story is told and what happens to the characters within the work. Turning that story on its head by moving away from storytelling to something close to an adult movie script, erotica-wise, …

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Jun 18 2017

A Review of Incubus by Matthew Slough

Book summaries are interesting things. They offer a glimpse of the story behind the cover. A suggestion of what might be told, an outline of the story that awaits and the promise it hold. The problem comes when the book summary offers a story that is interesting, but half of the summary doesn’t actually appear …

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Jun 16 2017

A Review of Bombshell by Candy Quinn

The problem with some works that are listed on Amazon’s keyword of succubus, is that, on occasion, it’s very difficult to actually see where there is a succubus in the story offered. Sometimes that’s more than just the oblique nature of the story, how the character is revealed. Some characters are, in the end, succubus …

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Jun 13 2017

A Review of Pacific Rimmed by Sasha Black

Pacific Rimmed by Sasha Black

The length of books as listed, can be a bit misleading. For example, a book of 30 pages can contain two stories, meaning the main story might be a bare 12 pages overall. It happens a lot now, and it’s a bit of a bother because in many cases there’s no real clue that a …

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Jun 11 2017

A Review of Saints and Sinners: Tales of Temptation and Innocence by Victoria Bai

A review today of a work in which one of the two stories has an incubus appearing as one of the characters. The first work has a vampire theme, and as such I won’t be discussing that story in the following review. The thing is, in all honesty, the second work, Angelus, really stands very …

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Jun 09 2017

A Review of The Wrapture by Castiel Vitaro

The Wrapture by Castiel Vitaro

There are quite a number of BDSM themed works that have appeared of late, some of these having succubi and/or incubi characters appearing within the pages. I’ve found it interesting the personality traits that are applied to many of these characters, which are, as a whole, quite exclusively dominant in nature. That does make sense, …

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