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A Review of What Comes at Night by NJ van Vugt

What Comes at Night by NJ van Vugt

The ensnaring of a soul in succubus stories can be told poorly, being not much more than the erotica, or be something more complex and delightful in its exploration. Sometimes it isn’t the game one expects and if there’s games within, that can make a story that much more interesting. A review then of a …

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A Review of Hannah’s Halloween Demon by Elle A. Wild

Hannah's Halloween Demon by Elle A. Wild

There are some characters that just aren’t really that appealing. Perhaps it’s the voice that seems to come from their words that takes something away. Attitude, even a bad one, sets a character’s tone and if they aren’t very appealing at the beginning of the story, how does the story keep your interest? Erotica alone …

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A Review of The Student’s Nightmare by Orphanos

The Student's Nightmare by Orphanos

Succubi and incubi are the things of dreams and when an author tells a story in which they are more than just the sex they create, that I find to be unique and interesting. Perhaps the dreamscape being told means more than the characters at times, but even so, it can be captivating. Title: The Student’s …

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A Review of The Ouija: A Halloween Erotica Special by C.B. Blackburn

The Ouija: A Halloween Erotica Special by C.B. Blackburn

There are many beings in fiction that are described as incubi. It’s very much a word that falls either into being a description of what the character does, or what the character is. It varies with author and setting of course and as such whom the incubus character is depends on what the story needs. …

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A Review of The Incubus by Lily Jennings

The Incubus by Lily Jennings

A story without hope is, most of the time, not that appealing. A sliver of light, a chance for something better can make the difference for the characters in the story and usually does. A work then about a soul lost, an incubus found, and the possibility of something better for them both. Title: The Incubus …

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A Review of Dealing With a Devil by Adrienne Kingsle

Dealing With a Devil by Adrienne Kingsley

Seduction, as the focus of a story, can be a lot more interesting when there’s two personalities jousting against each other. It’s more so when the underlying tension is tempered with mischievousness. A review then of a work in which the unusual somehow has something familiar within. Title: Dealing With a Devil Author: Adrienne Kingsley Published …

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A Review of Succubus Desires by Nikki Crescent

Succubus Desires by Nikki Crescent

Nikki Crescent has written a number of futa themed works, and today’s review is of the second work she has done in which a succubus appears. There is a difference between need and want, it matters which of the two means more. Perhaps in coming to realize that getting what you want isn’t as important …

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