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A Review of Demon by AV Evely

Demon by AV Evely

A review of a gender transformation story this time on the tale in which a succubus appears. I find such stories interesting and given a good story that builds on the erotica, there’s a lot of good to be found. but when the succubus is somewhat fleeting in the work, something’s missing for me. Title: Demon …

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A Review of Mirror Twin by Allen Barnaby

Mirror Twin by Allen Barnaby

Something that makes succubi interesting is how the basic idea can be used towards changing the mythos and giving a story direction. The thing is, making a change brings the question of what that change becomes and is it worth it to the characters within the story to allow the change to occur. Title: Mirror Twin …

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A Review of Corrupting the Coed by Roxxi Rhodes

Corrupting the Coed by Roxxi Rhodes

A review today of the first work in the Legacy of Lilith series by Roxxi Rhodes that has some succubus aspects to be found, but it’s far more a transformation story than anything else. Sometimes one can be trapped by their own needs and desires. It’s not always a matter of knowing why things happen …

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A Review of Lifeline by Kay David

Lifeline by Kay David

Telling a story isn’t an easy thing. Sometimes the story just flies out, needing to be known and sometimes that leaves a part left behind that doesn’t quite make it to the page. Perhaps the hardest thing is making the story flow, the interactions real, and, sometimes, that missing piece matters. Not all succubi are …

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A Review of Passion of The Succubus by Danica Dark

Passion of The Succubus by Danica Dark

There aren’t really that many stories in which there’s a lot of focus and time spent on a character’s transformation into a succubus. Many times the moment is less than a page, a scattered thought and then the story continues to the erotica. The thing is, if time is spent on dealing with the need …

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A Review of The Witch Ritual: Taken by the Incubus by J. A. Keynes

The Witch Ritual: Taken by the Incubus by J. A. Keynes

Sex alone does not make a story interesting. It can add, or take away heat, it can tickle the imagination or douse it completely. But it shouldn’t be the singular thing that holds the story together. Characters need to be more than paper-thin, what drives them needs to be more than the promise of sex. …

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A Review of Succumbing to the Succubus by Janet Graceland

Succumbing to the Succubus by Janet Graceland

There’s a lot of succubus transformation stories of late, many of them having a futa theme to them. The thing is, in many cases the story isn’t really that much concerned about plot or character development. It seems that the transformation, which usually has a gender one as well, is the main thing and then …

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