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A Review of Signed in Red and White by Damon Frostheart

Signed in Red and White by Damon Frostheart

There’s little point to stories in which the succubus character is simply in the story and not part of it. It’s far more interesting when they have a reason to be there, a goal in mind or, more delightfully, a relationship to explore. It’s in those stories where the fun appears and the succubus can …

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A Review of Incubastard by Charity B

Incubastard by Charity B

In the telling of a story there comes a point where the main characters reality might not be their truth. There’s a question about themselves needing to be answered, a hidden thought to be brought to the fore. Where that takes the character, what the meaning is, makes or breaks the story. It isn’t enough …

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A Review of A Quest From Heaven by Liberty Williams

A Quest From Heaven by Liberty Williams

To love another different from yourself tells something about who you are. Coming to see that an action is wrong in spite of all around you that claim it to be the way things are matters. We are the ones that carry our souls, live with our choices and tell our stories. Is it not …

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A Review of Turned into a Girl by a Futa Succubus by Felicity Heat

Turned into a Girl by a Futa Succubus by Felicity Heat

Perhaps there comes a point where too many themes get mixed into a story. Not so much that there is too many things happening, but rather that as the themes blend together there’s a point where the story loses itself in one fetish or another. Giving voice to the desires of the characters shouldn’t mean …

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A Review of Paranormal Cuckcake: The Cuckquean’s Revenge by Ariel Creed

Paranormal Cuckcake: The Cuckquean's Revenge by Ariel Creed

Tone and emotion are important means of connection between a reader and a story. Heat in the words spoken by the characters can offer a glimpse of who they are and why things happen. Lacking the means to press that emotion into the characters can leave a story lost and the story unfulfilled. Title: Paranormal Cuckcake: …

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A Review of Cursed By The Succubus by Nelia Noche

Cursed By The Succubus by Nelia Noche

In the telling of a succubus story, sometimes there’s something missing. The main character tells their story, but when they encounter the succubus, there’s a seeming lack of background to them much of the time. Adding depth to characters matters, whether minor or main, and when that doesn’t quite come through it leaves a gap …

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A Review of Feral Hearts by Molly Ellis

Feral Hearts by Molly Ellis

Something that I wonder about when succubi appear in stories as minor characters is why, exactly, they are there. If it’s just for a flash of sex and nothing more, that’s really not anything that interests me. It’s somewhat more of a question when they appear, have a little bit of a backstory mentioned in …

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