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A Review of After I Break by Melissa Sercia

After I Break by Melissa Sercia

Something that I’ve noticed from time to time in a lot of works is that they tease about a character who has a lot to do with the story, but they don’t come into the story. A word or two, perhaps a flashback and then there’s not much else said. The thing is, sometimes that …

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A Review of Demon’s Offer – Corrupting The Innocent by Nadia Nightside

Demon's Offer - Corrupting The Innocent by Nadia Nightside

A review today of the second work in the Demon’s offer series by Nadia Nightside. I reviewed the first work in the series here and it really didn’t do much for me in a lot of ways. I’d hoped that the story might turn towards something with a bit more substance going forward to make …

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A Review of Incubus: A Novel of Boringville by Robert Clark

Incubus: A Novel of Boringville by Robert Clark

A short time ago I reviewed the book Boringville by Robert Clark and you can find that review here. I noted at the time some hopes I had for the second work,which I’ll review today. Overall it’s an interesting story, but there’s things missing which take away from the work as a whole compared to …

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A Review of Boringville by Robert Clark

Boringville by Robert Clark

There are some stories in which the succubus or incubus isn’t the focus. When that happens, what I like to see is that they appear with a purpose and aren’t part of the story for the sake of something erotic or stereotypical. It’s the connections made within the framework of the story that matter. The …

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A Review of The Futa Succubus Awakens by J. Harper

The Futa Succubus Awakens by J. Harper

Origin stories about characters can be interesting for their reflection, what they mean to their current being and, for the most part, they can set what the future of a series might be. A review then of the first work in a new series in which there’s a lot of questions and the title of …

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A Review of Cheating On My Girlfriend with a Succubus by Brian Beltane

Cheating On My Girlfriend with a Succubus by Brian Beltane

Sometimes in the telling of a story with a succubus, there’s something missing and many times that comes to the succubus herself. They can be evil or good, passionate or cold, needy or demanding. It’s very much up to the author to sort out who they are and why they act as they do. It’s …

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A Review of The Incubus Stories by Jennie Lee Schade

The Incubus Stories by Jennie Lee Schade

Many stories about succubi and incubi tend to have them either physical entities or spiritual beings. This makes sense of course, they are, or rather can be, such things. Where stories become interesting is when the succubus or incubus moves from the realm of thought to the realities that exist. Within that shift comes something …

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