Tag Archive: Reviews

Apr 07 2017

A Review of The Incubus Diaries by Kacey Chumley

The Incubus Diaries by Kacey Chumley

There are many literary devices that can be used to tell a story. One of them are diaries and within that comes the use of recorded ones. Telling a story by transcribing such memories into text is a very difficult process, more so when the topic is one that is unexpected. Narrative is sometimes a …

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Apr 07 2017

A Review of Doctor Q vs. Succubus by Skarlette One

The thing about coming into a series when it’s been going on for some time is that there’s an assumption the reader knows the main characters, has an idea what’s going on. There is a way to get around that, which is of course an info dump. Managing that, trying to keep it from being …

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Apr 04 2017

A Review of Succubus #3 by Rob Hicks

It’s been a while since I last read an issue of the comic book series Succubus by Rob Hicks. I had previously written about the premiere issue of this comic book series in the Tale here and I reviewed the second issue in the series here as well. The one question that has been bothering …

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Apr 04 2017

A Review of Pleased by the Billionaire Incubus by Niele Notoki

Pleased by the Billionaire Incubus by Niele Notoki

There needs, at least for me, to be a connection between characters in a story. A reason for them to encounter each other, to become intimate, to have something more happen between them. One of the basic connections is a physical attraction, but there’s something else. Being on a first name basis with them. It …

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Apr 02 2017

A Review of Succubus4Hire by Thea Blakesley

Much can be made of building heat in erotica. At the same time, heat by itself doesn’t quite make for the best of storytelling. The balance between storytelling and telling of the erotic can make, or break a tale. Describing the thoughts of a character in the midst of passion is a difficult thing to …

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Apr 02 2017

A Review of Demon in the Mirror: Taken By a Demon by J. D. Braxton

Demon in the Mirror: Taken By a Demon by J. D. Braxton

The telling of a story, erotic or not, requires certain thing to unfold. There needs to be, in some way, a connection to the characters, a plot that offers a story to be told and a resolution of that plot that’s more than the waving of a hand and a solution coming out of the …

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Mar 31 2017

A Review of The Demonic Bride Trilogy by Lacy Lane

I’ve read some of the author Lacy Lane’s works, and I’ve reviewed one of their works on the Tale a short time ago. The author published a trilogy which tells the story of a man encountering a succubus, being transformed by her, and then having to deal with the aftermath. I do enjoy stories that …

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