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A Review of Madison by Kayci Morgan

Madison by Kayci Morgan

Characters being transformed into succubi is a common story plot point. The issue becomes when the characters aren’t themselves, the story devolves into sex alone, and there’s little in the way of developing the characters beyond the transformation. A review then of the first work in the Succubi Gone Wild series which offers something interesting, …

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A Review of The Succubus by Madam K. Alexandra

The Succubus by Madam K. Alexandra

Heat alone does not a good succubus story make. The succubus needs to be seductive, intelligent and have a power onto herself. It’s the telling of their story, those that are drawn into her world and where that takes both the succubus and others in the erotica that matters more. A review then of the …

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A Review of The Succubus Situation by S. V. Kerres

The Succubus Situation by S. V. Kerres

Most of the succubi that appear in stories tend to be mature, intelligent and occasionally devious. It’s a bit of a trope as a whole, but it leaves something untouched and that’s the question of what they were like before they became who there are. A review then of a work in which a young …

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A Review of Little Slice of Hell by Clio Evans

Little Slice of Hell by Clio Evans

Love and desire can be an odd thing. One does not always fall into love, sometimes they are pushed or, more often, take a long and winding path to their happiness. A review then of the first work in the Creature Cafe series that gives hope and passion, but also the darkest of pain. Title: Little …

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A Review of All the Dark Reasons by Kitty Siberia

All the Dark Reasons by Kitty Siberia

Not all seductive demonesses are succubi of course, but sometimes it is really difficult to tell them apart. That said, there’s something delightful in a main character who would love to be in love, or more aptly lust, and can’t quite get there without some interesting fashion sense. A review then of the first work …

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A Review of Succubus Dreams by T.S. Lee

Succubus Dreams by T.S. Lee

The thing about short stories is that character development and personality tend to be set aside for the sake of getting to the erotica. It’s a shame really because sometimes there’s a character who offers a lot of possibilities, but they just never get the chance to show who they are beyond the sex. Title: Succubus …

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A Review of The Unwilling Succubus: Tales of the Shape Shifting Demoness by Anthony Fyver

The Unwilling Succubus: Tales of the Shape Shifting Demoness by Anthony Fyver

Personality matters in storytelling, especially when it comes to succubi and those that are captured in their orbits during the story. It can be quite interesting when they first are playful, but then their hidden motives reveal themselves. A review then of a work in which the main character has a problem and there was …

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