Tag Archive: Reviews

Aug 22 2017

A Review of Damned In Glam: Metal Magic by Brian Barr

Damned In Glam: Metal Magic by Brian Barr

Having a succubus appear in a story isn’t quite enough. She can be evil and do evil things, but if she’s not much more than that, really anything could take her place. The reason why she’s there, who she’s ensnared matters. She might not be the focus of the story, but she should have some …

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Aug 22 2017

A Review of A Vampire Turned Me Into A Blood Gathering Succubus by Dwindle Gee

A Vampire Turned Me Into A Blood Gathering Succubus by Dwindle Gee

There are some 1950s movies that have a certain tone to them. It’s very present and when it’s done well, there’s something attractive to those sorts of movies. In telling a story in a similar fashion, the tone matters. Similarly, the telling of the story shouldn’t get bogged upon in minutia, nor should the erotica …

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Aug 20 2017

A Review of Temptress by Xandra James

Sometimes what a character needs drives their story. It’s not always about the passion or the sex. It’s about finding that one thing they’ve wanted, needed, but just couldn’t manage. There comes a point when one has to gamble on belief, and in doing so, sometimes, someone does listen. Telling a story needs more than …

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Aug 20 2017

A Review of Coed’s Hot Futa Wish by Reed James

I’ve reviewed just about every one of the works by Reed James that has a succubus character appearing in them. Sometimes they are the focus of the work, sometime not so much so. This time on the Tale a review of the first work in the Succubus Cafe-Futa series in which there is a succubus, …

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Aug 18 2017

A Review of The Magician’s Curse by Linda G. Hill

Sometimes, actually, much of the time, we’re not sure of many things. It can be hard to figure out what to do, what is happening around you. Things get more complicated when there’s an encounter that takes you from what you expected into the unexpected. In the telling of that story, managing to not overcome …

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Aug 18 2017

A Review of The Ethical Succubus by Lana Firestone

The Ethical Succubus by Lana Firestone

The thing about writing stories about succubi is that there needs to be logic to the story. Things can’t happen out of thin air, there had to be a reason why they did and how they worked. The characters, plot and world have to fit together otherwise the story can’t quite hold things together. There …

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Aug 15 2017

A Review of Love Tokens by Megan Derr

Storytelling shouldn’t be rushed, for doing so leaves much lost in the winds that swirl and tear among the tapestry of story and character. One can create characters that are deeply involving and push past who they are for the sake of getting from one scene to the next. No story, regardless of its length …

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