Tag Archive: Reviews

Oct 28 2016

A Review of Bred by the Untamed Futa Succubus by Felicia Dumont

Bred by the Untamed Futa Succubus by Felicia Dumont

The names of characters matter, at least to me they do. It’s hard to become involved in what happens when their name is never spoken, never mentioned, never thought of. It’s a bit more concerning when the character’s life is told in detail, explaining much about them and still nothing is said about their name. …

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Oct 25 2016

A Review of A Succubus for Halloween by Zayna Noble

A Succubus for Halloween by Zayna Noble

The author Zayna Noble has written a number of works set in a universe where succubi and other myths exist. While I haven’t reviewed their works so far on the Tale, those reviews will be popping up from time to time in the future. However, the author released a work on Smashwords that connects to their …

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Oct 25 2016

A Review of The Haircut by Lusty Soul

The Haircut by Lusty Soul

The thing about book summaries is that they offer a glimpse at the work in question, but cannot give everything away. But such summaries that tell a part of the story, one that is tangential to the core story, tend to suggest there’s more. Something different, something unexpected. A work that tells a story about …

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Oct 23 2016

A Review of The Coed’s First Futa by Jocelyn Saragona

The Coed's First Futa by Jocelyn Saragona

A review of the second work in the Succubus in the Sorority series this time on the Tale. The series has, as one of the characters, a futa succubus named Sharis. You can find my review of the first work in the series here. In the prior review, I noted that the author needed to …

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Oct 23 2016

A Review of Broken Wings by Rebecca R. Pierce

Broken Wings by Rebecca R. Pierce

There comes a point when we all look into who we are, where we’re been, and what has happened to us. Many times in doing so we lose a part of ourselves in the exploration. At the same time, if one is inclined to doing so, a soul can find their own truth, what matters …

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Oct 21 2016

A Review of Impaled by the Incubus: A Sexual Demon by J. D. Braxton

Impaled by the Incubus: A Sexual Demon by J. D. Braxton

The thing about writing very short stories is that there are opportunities missed. The semblance of a plot gets left to the side, characters that need to be explored become afterthoughts. Most of all, and this is the largest issue. compression of detail becomes the need to summarize. For story, never mind erotica, this never …

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Oct 21 2016

A Review of Consuming His Passion by Quinn Dixon

Consuming His Passion by Quinn Dixon

The thing about creating succubus characters is that they can’t be simply “evil” or “have a need” alone. To say that they appear in a story for a singular purpose is one thing, but then to offer some other story ideas and not allow them to play out is a little disappointing. Sometimes in the …

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