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A Review of The Deluded Demi-God by S.E. Babin

The Deluded Demi-God by S.E. Babin

Matchmaking is an art, sometimes it’s more of a train wreck as things aren’t always perfect. But occasionally the problems give way to something more and that’s where things become so much better. A review then of a work in the Deadicated Matchmaker series by S.E. Babin today in which even an incubus may find …

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A Review of The Demoness In My Bed 4 – Delusion by Elliot Silvestri

The Demoness In My Bed 4 - Delusion by Elliot Silvestri

A review of the final part of the Demoness in my Bed series by Elliot Silvestri today. Overall there’s really not been that much in the way of a succubus appearing through much of the story, which made the series overall less interesting to me than it could have been. However in the concluding work …

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A Review of The Black Cat Cocktail Club by J.R. Rain and H.P. Mallory

The Black Cat Cocktail Club by J.R. Rain and H.P. Mallory

Some time ago I reviewed a work in the Poppy’s Potions series by J.R. Rain and H.P. Mallory in which there is a succubus character named Fifi. I rather liked her, wanted to see more of her and learn more about her. A review of a short side story this time in which the rare …

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A Review of The Soulless Consciousness of Depravity by Sherry Stone

The Soulless Consciousness of Depravity by Sherry Stone

The mythos of succubi allows for stories to be told in which the concept isn’t set in stone. That provides for stories that take a different look at things and how things unfold. Perhaps the telling thing is such stories is what happens to the succubus herself, and what she creates in her passions. Title: The …

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A Review of The Cambion by V. Kent

The Cambion by V. Kent

Not all stories about incubi or succubi necessarily have them actually appear. Sometimes they aren’t really physically present, acting through possessing someone that makes a mistake. A review then of a work that offers something different but doesn’t quite follow through. Title: The Cambion Author: V. Kent Published By: Amazon Digital Services Length: 16 Pages Format: …

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A Review of Don’t Ask, Just Take by K.C. Kane

Don't Ask, Just Take by K.C. Kane

There are some stories that I can’t quite get deeply into. Sometimes that’s the characters, other times it’s the story. But more often than not it’s a question of my view of how submissives should be treated and seeing something occur that just doesn’t sit well. It may be the character’s need, it may be …

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A Review of Succubus by J.L. Stanford

Succubus by J.L. Stanford

One of the aspects of succubus stories that doesn’t appear often are those that focus on the metaphysical, the dream state, and the perception of reality. In doing so such stories give something of a unique glimpse into the souls of the characters, but more so, what haunts them. Title: Succubus Author: J.L. Stanford Published By: …

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