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A Review of His Demon Prize by Stella Del Mar

His Demon Prize by Stella Del Mar

It’s interesting to see two characters come to terms with each other in spite of the flaws they have. A review today of the first work in a series in which the story revolves around needs and wants, but also the problems that arise when characters tell stories to themselves. It’s not uncommon for characters …

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A Review of The Incubus Trait by Draconis Lit

The Incubus Trait by Draconis Lit

An aspect that appears from time to time in some works that interests me is when a character can’t accept themselves for what they are, and tries to make excuses for their needs. It can be an odd way to tell a story, but it also can bring about needed development in the story. That …

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A Review of Cast a Slutty Spell – Stories of Magical Erotica by All These Roadworks

Cast a Slutty Spell - Stories of Magical Erotica by All These Roadworks

A review today of an anthology of short erotic stories which have various supernatural themes mixed into them. That does bring about, as happens, the appearance of succubi and incubi of course. However, one shouldn’t be expecting every story in the collection to have them, for in this work they most certainly are not. Title: Cast …

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A Review of Demon Hunter: Birthright by Michael Dalton

Demon Hunter: Birthright by Michael Dalton

Possibly one of the most popular erotica adventure themes are harem collection based stories. The thing about those based in a fantasy universe is that almost always there’s at least one succubus that appears. The question that I wonder about is whether the succubus herself will be more than a sex toy and something more …

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A Review of Anne On Bended Knees by Salem Sloan

Anne On Bended Knees by Salem Sloan

The telling of a story with D/s themes to it can be something of a tightrope to walk. Perhaps the hardest thing to avoid is moving events in the story to places that don’t fit with the needs of the characters. Reflecting on their needs, seeking out their truths and then playing upon them, when …

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A Review of Snow Print by Ellen Mint

Snow Print by Ellen Mint

Not every character in a story can be likeable. There are some who, in order to drive the story onward, have to be bothersome, or irritating or in some way simply unlikable. There are reasons for this, of course, but at some point the snark can become distracting to the story itself and it really …

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A Review of The Incubus’ Steamy Revenge by Anna Schuyler

The Incubus' Steamy Revenge by Anna Schuyler

Relationships are never an easy thing. It’s more of a problem when words can’t be said, emotions are misinterpreted, and when it really matters., fear of what might be is more important than what reality is. That can make for the core of a complicated story, but at the same time, it also gives a …

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