Tag Archive: Reviews

Dec 30 2016

A Review of Succubus by Richard Biggsley

Succubus by Richard Biggsley

Not all succubus stories are sexy or seductive. There is a darker side which appears from time to time and when it does, there’s a certain tone the story takes. A focus on the more horrific nature of the legend and mythos. If the story is set up in the right way, the characters lend …

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Dec 27 2016

A Review of Succubus Sundries 2 by Zayna Noble

Succubus Sundries 2 by Zayna Noble

Last Friday I reviewed the first work in the Succubus Sundries series and you can find that review here on the Tale. The thing that bothered me the most about the work was, and still is, that Lala, the succubus of the series, wasn’t so much part of the story as she was drifting along side …

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Dec 27 2016

A Review of the Slaves in Atlantis series by Lacy Grand

Mounting Medusa by Lacy Grand

There are many different kinds of supernatural erotica of course. From something romantic through things quite horrid. There are moments in the more harsher works where I find myself wondering what’s the point of the story. This happens most of all when there’s really not much plot beyond the sex and not much told about …

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Dec 23 2016

A Review of Angel’s Keeping by Brantwijn Serrah

Angel's Keeping by Brantwijn Serrah

A review today of a work that first appeared in 2014, then was removed and then suddenly reappeared in 2016. I missed this work when it first appeared and I was rather pleased to see that it had some back to life once more. Christmas is a time for joy, and this is a work …

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Dec 23 2016

A Review of Succubus Sundries by Zayna Noble

Succubus Sundries by Zayna Noble

The first of two reviews today on the Tale of a book series called Succubus Sundries which I thought was a lot of fun. The main succubus character in this work, Lala, has appeared in some other series by this author and I’ll get about to reviewing them in the future here on the Tale. …

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Dec 20 2016

A Review of Lips of the Succubus by R. J. Skye

Lips of the Succubus by R. J. Skye

The telling of a story needs to manage one very important thing. There needs to be a connection. Not just to the reader, but within the story to draw the characters together, to make the tale more than what otherwise could be something far less. That means the characters need depth, need to have personality. …

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Dec 20 2016

A Review of A Domination of Demons: A Paranormal Tale of Infernal Menage by Adriana Belle

A Domination of Demons: A Paranormal Tale of Infernal Menage by Adriana Belle

Period pieces can be really quite amazing things. There’s a certain talent in being able to have one’s characters walk, talk and act as they should. Draping characters in the style of the time isn’t enough, there needs to be the backdrop to make things work. Beyond the setting, the characters and the plot, there …

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