Tag: Reviews

A Review of Midnight Witch by C. J. DeSade

Midnight Witch by C. J. DeSade

A review today of the first book in what promises to be an interesting series, mainly for the fore of the main character to be developed from the tease that comes in this work. I like complex stories, more so when the characters have depth and are more than just a means to get to …

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A Review of Lost Angels: As Above, So Below by Brian Thomas and Loren Rhoads

Lost Angels: As Above, So Below by Brian Thomas and Loren Rhoads

A review of the first work in a series that has some very unique characters, quite a number of succubi, and along the way a tale of redemption, loss, and discovery. The main characters are strongly told, they hold the story together, but along the way there’s some flaws among the good things to be …

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A Review of Bronco’s Rough Ride by Siobhan Muir

Bronco's Rough Ride by Siobhan Muir

A little while ago I reviewed the work Second Chance Succubus by Siobhan Muir in which the main character, Lady Aislynn appeared. You can find that review here on the Tale. I enjoyed that work and a note by the author that Aislynn appeared in another work drew my attention and so I will be reviewing that work …

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A Review of The Forbidden Kiss by Christopher Mentzer

The Forbidden Kiss by Christopher Mentzer

Sometimes in the telling of a story, there’s another story hinted at which offers something as much, if not more so, interesting than the story that’s being told. Relationships matter, the past has meaning and when that story isn’t told, then it tends to shift attention from the main story towards what hasn’t, or isn’t …

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A Review of My Best Friend is a Succubus Book Four: Rising Heat by Amanda Clover

My Best Friend is a Succubus Book Four: Rising Heat by Amanda Clover

It’s been a short time since I’ve reviewed the My Best Friend is a Succubus series by Amanda Clover. I reviewed the first two works in the series in 2016, and you can find them here and here on the Tale and the third work in the series I reviewed earlier this year here. The work has been somewhat uneven throughout, not seeming …

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A Review of Witches in the Tinderbox: The Succubus Realm by Richard Mikolitch

Witches in the Tinderbox: The Succubus Realm by Richard Mikolitch

There are some stories that read as being scattered in their focus, the meaning within them. It can be a difficult read trying to come to terms with this, trying to understand what’s going on. This doesn’t always happen, the meaning can be submerged within the telling, the characters, the scenes themselves. Perhaps where things …

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A Review of Second Chance Succubus by Siobhan Muir

Second Chance Succubus by Siobhan Muir

The mysteries which envelope a character can be, in many ways, more important than the overall story at times. That can be, for the most part, simply a question of whether what is told is the whole story or if there’s something left waiting in the wings. Each character has their own flaws, problems, wants …

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