Tag Archive: Reviews

Sep 30 2016

A Review of That’s The Spirit by Belinda Burke

That's The Spirit by Belinda Burke

There are some stories that are, in a way, eternal. Such as the story of Dr. Frankenstein, for one. Putting a new twist on things makes that story renew itself and the tales that can come from that have their own appeal. A review then today of the second work in the series Dr. Frankenstein’s School …

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Sep 30 2016

A Review of The Cult of E by Ivona Dikson

The Cult of E by Ivona Dikson

There are some works which just are missing something. Sometimes that is plot, sometimes that is heat. Many times the problem is a lack of direction, of purpose, of making the story speak. There can be a focus on odd erotica, of actions or words spoken that give me pause and wonder… why? Character names …

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Sep 27 2016

A Review of A Surprising Summons by Kaysee Renee Robichaud

A Surprising Summons by Kaysee Renee Robichaud

The transformation of a character is, at its core, a very complex thing to explore. Some resist change, some explore it and some cannot quite understand why things have changed for them. Beyond that, then the question becomes if their own nature matters or if they have a semblance of mercy within them when there …

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Sep 27 2016

A Review of Possessed by a Demon of Desire by Claudia Skyes

Possessed by a Demon of Desire by Claudia Skyes

There are some works that have succubi or incubi-like characters appear that are, as a whole, somewhat confused. By that I mean there’s a lot left open to interpretation by the reader about them. It’s a bit more confusing when the overall plot of the story seems to revolve around the female lead being taken …

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Sep 25 2016

A Review of Kissing Darkness by Fionn Jameson

Kissing Darkness by Fionn Jameson

Short stories offer, when the characters have depth, the story has some meaning and, occasionally, when the erotica isn’t overwhelming all else, something interesting. Avoiding the stereotypical and focusing on why the characters have become who they are can give the meaning, but also, the heat as well. History matters in telling a story. It …

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Sep 25 2016

A Review of Izzy’s Fight by Nicole Clark

Izzy's Fight by Nicole Clark

One of the more interesting concepts that appears from time to time is that of a succubus who is Lilith’s daughter. Sometimes that leads to a character who is made to be “evil” in every way possible, be over the top in being so. The more interesting type of character to me is one that …

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Sep 23 2016

A Review of Seducing the Succubus by Sabryna Nyx

Seducing the Succubus by Sabryna Nyx

At times there are certain things which are good to know in a story. Knowing the main character’s name, for one, I find to be quite helpful in being emotionally involved in the story. A story that is driven by the characters is something I rather like as well. But sometimes it’s difficult to give …

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