Tag Archive: Reviews

Mar 12 2017

A Review of Scarlet Desire by Jack Harmen

The thing about succubi, at least in many stories, is they only really care about sex. That’s the impression one receives at times and when that becomes the core of the story, not really telling the story of the succubus herself, it’s a bit disappointing. The erotica can be very hot, the temptations quite telling …

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Mar 12 2017

A Review of Succubi High by Barry O’Neil

Succubi High by Barry O'Neil

Some works about succubi and incubi are just that little bit different to make them interesting, unique, and tell a story that’s more about the darker places within one’s soul than it is about the creatures that inhabit the darker places. Any good story being told needs to give life to the characters within the …

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Mar 10 2017

A Review of Incubus by Nine Sparrow

There is, in a lot of ways, a tendency about incubus characters when they appear much of the time. Their character seems to be focused upon one need, one desire and very little else. I find that creates a two-dimensional character that doesn’t interest me. Sex alone, regardless of the heat within the moment, isn’t …

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Mar 10 2017

A Review of Burning: An Erotic Horror Novella by Joan De La Haye

Burning: An Erotic Horror Novella by Joan De La Haye

There are some works in which there isn’t really any love to found. It’s a mirage, a dream, one that is used for the sake of one character to use another. Horror tends to work in that manner, at its core many such stores Are about the mirage of passion which wraps itself around the …

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Mar 07 2017

A Review of Falling For The Succubus by Siren Allen

Recently I reviewed the first work in the Succubus Nights series by Siren Allen and you can find that review here on the Tale. In that review I noted that the story was rushed, the main character didn’t develop, or have her story told as much as I would have liked. Today, a review of the …

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Mar 07 2017

A Review of Spook and Spell by Robert Hazelton

Spook and Spell by Robert Hazelton

There aren’t a lot of graphic novels or comic books that I review on the Tale. Mostly that’s because really there aren’t a lot of them that come to my attention as a whole. A review today of one that Amazon pointed me at, but I’m still a bit unsure as to why exactly. The …

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Mar 05 2017

A Review of One Night With A Succubus by Siren Allen

Quite some time ago a series called Succubus Nights began, a story about succubi and sci-fi, but for the longest time nothing really happened. I thought that was a shame as the series was set in a sci-fi theme with succubi appearing as the main characters. Recently a third work in the series appeared as …

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