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A Review of Succubus Soccer Mom by Jacquelyn Fay

Succubus Soccer Mom by Jacquelyn Fay

Possibly the best stories about succubi are those in which they aren’t at all what they are normally expected to be. It’s the mixture of humanity with their existence that gives that bit of character in a story which just brings me joy to read. It need not be snark or being overly wrapped up …

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A Review of Worship by Trixie Adara

Worship by Trixie Adara

The battle between good and evil is a common theme in stories about succubi. The stories that I particularly appreciate are the ones in which there’s a long drawn out encounter in which the fall isn’t in an instant, that there are consequences and, most of all, some sort of acceptance. A review then of …

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A Review of Borrowed Succubus: An Erotic Body Swap by L.M. Gregory

Borrowed Succubus: An Erotic Body Swap by L.M. Gregory

A common theme that is found in succubus stories is of the succubus possessing another for their ends. What’s a bit rare is when the transformation goes in reverse and the succubus is made human and vice versa. It’s a unique theme and it does bring up a lot of questions to wonder about. A …

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A Review of Amber’s Erotic Possession by Kyle Canon

Amber's Erotic Possession by Kyle Canon

A succubus possessing someone is somewhat of a trope, usually involving Lilith much of the time. When this is at the core of the story, there needs to be more than the erotica, more than words spoken. There needs to be a reason for why things are, what is at stake and, most of all, …

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A Review of Succubus: Arise by MC Sizematters

Succubus: Arise by MC Sizematters

Succubi can be, as part of their nature, quite expect in their manipulations of others. They may not make themselves fully known until it is too late for whichever soul has their attention. It’s that seeming control one has which ebbs away as the succubus’ plans unfold that can make for some delicious temptation and …

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A Review of The Futa and the Devil by KayDee Sommers

The Futa and the Devil by KayDee Sommers

There comes a point in a story series where the main character needs to find themselves. Perhaps not just in a state of mind, but more in an understanding of what matters most to them. If nothing else, resolving their internal conflict tends to bring something that makes them a lot more interesting. A review …

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A Review of Invasion of the Sorority Bee Girls by KayDee Sommers

Invasion of the Sorority Bee Girls by KayDee Sommers

A review of the second work in the Futa Academy series by KayDee Sommers today on the Tale. It’s something of a world building pause in the series overall, which has its moments and offers some interesting problems for Brittany, the main character to deal with. Sometimes there needs to be more to a story …

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