Tag Archive: Reviews

Jul 24 2018

A Review of BattleCat Vs. The Succubus by Jack Bixby

More often than not, if the word succubus appears in a book title, one can expect that there will be a succubus character appearing. Now, they can be a large part of the story or a minor thing as a whole of course. What’s quite disappointing is when they appear for barely a page and …

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Jul 15 2018

A Review of Demon Seed by M Wills

Temptation is, of course, a theme that crops up very often in stories with succubi appearing in them. It is the way in which the main character of the story is brought to temptation, lead sometime down the garden path, which can be very interesting to watch unfold. But in the telling of what happens, …

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Jun 08 2018

A Review of Succubus Seduction: Corrupting The Priest by Desiree Desire

One of the things that I’ve noticed of late in a lot of erotic fiction that has succubi appearing, is that the authors seem to never name the succubus character. They are called “succubus” they have no other name and as the story progressed that, to me, takes away a lot of the heat and …

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Feb 23 2018

A Review of Incubus Drive: A Sluttification Tale by Gale Crowley

At times there are books that feel like they were rushed to sale. That can be from the characters being one-dimensional, the plot being wafer-thin or the editing being almost non-existent. Perhaps the most telling thing is when a book is released and the summary reads “placeholder”. That’s fine for a few days or a …

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Jan 28 2018

A Review of Incubus by M. Reed

There are some stories where it really is a shame that things come to a close far too soon. Time is spent telling of the characters, making relationships and they trying to figure the other out. There’s a dose of the universe they exist in, there’s a hint of how things work. Something happens, it …

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Jan 26 2018

A Review of Any Job In A Haze by Chris Andrews

The telling of a story relies on not so much what the characters are as who they are. To say that someone is, for example, addicted to drugs, isn’t nearly as interesting as forcing that character to make a choice. Especially one that has dire consequences. It is the choice made, to trust in the …

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Jan 16 2018

A Review of The Succ: Enslaved by the Futa Succubus by Alison Osias

More and more often of late, stories about succubi are turning towards them being futa in nature. That can work, if there is a story to tell, if the characters are more than their own needs. But much of the time there’s a fixation on the futa theme that pushes all else into the background. …

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