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A Review of Succubus: An Erotic Horror Tale by Mallory Green

Succubus: An Erotic Horror Tale by Mallory Green

Not all succubi are seductive, there are those that are domineering, controlling and, at their edges, simply more a means for bad things to happen in a story than much else. A review then of a work in which there’s a feeling of dread, a state of loss, and souls losing their light and lives. …

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A Review of Calamity Hollow by Nicholas Steam

Calamity Hollow by Nicholas Steam

One of the most common themes in 2021 was that of something called GameLit which means that the story takes place in a world that’s run by statistics and feels very much like a role playing game being run overall. There haven’t been many of these works with succubi or incubi in them that I’ve …

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A Review of Womb of the Arachne: Vengeance Unbirthed by Nicola Weber

Womb of the Arachne: Vengeance Unbirthed by Nicola Weber

Succubi appear in many works as minor characters which makes for some odd appearances from time to time. They might not be the focus of the work, but they do add an interesting viewpoint which can be something unique. Title: Womb of the Arachne: Vengeance Unbirthed Author: Nicola Weber Published By: Amazon Digital Services Length: 101 …

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A Review of The Caretaker of Tenants from Another World: Vol. 1 by Jammin’ Rabbit

The Caretaker of Tenants from Another World: Vol. 1 by Jammin' Rabbit

I’ve said many times that for me it’s the characters and how they develop over a story that matters the most. It makes the difference between something bland and something that’s amazing. Erotica by itself isn’t enough, a tale of adventure isn’t enough. But a story where life and love matters, that’s something wonderful to …

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A Review of Reign of The Demon Queen by Devon Jaxon

Reign of The Demon Queen by Devon Jaxon

Lilith is, of course, a very commonly appearing succubus character. The thing is that far too many times she’s portrayed as being stereotypically evil and that’s disappointing. It’s more so when Lilith’s character isn’t really that interesting or, in the case of this first work in a new series, simply a means to an end. …

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A Review of Incubus Slave by Carrie Hines

Incubus Slave by Carrie Hines

Characters in a story have to act in certain ways for things to happen. There’s a flaw in them, a belief that isn’t right or something burns within them that leads to their downfall. That can work really well, but sometimes the hints are far too obvious and the climax of the work, and the …

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A Review of Succubus by Erika Jenkins

Succubus by Erika Jenkins

Sometimes a work about succubi tends to focus on the darker side of things. There’s not that much light to be found, whether in the characters themselves or the tone. But if the characters learn something, if they are more than what they began as, that offers something interesting to be found. Title: Succubus Author: Erika …

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