Monthly Archives: January 2014

Lesbian Succubus Diary: 9. High-Altitude Love

Dear Diary, Lake Constance (the one in New Zealand) is lovely this time of year. It’s a high-altitude lake surrounded by dangerously steep slopes, and passing walkers are rare. It’s a great place for some nude swimming – or nude … Continue reading

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Stars in Eden

Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk goodreads Shelfari I’m delighted that Regan Nicole of Lipstick Lesbian Reviews has reviewed Serpent in Eden. Only 3/5 stars, but a review is a review is a review, and I’m deeply grateful.

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Succubi – An Origin Story

I discovered I have a page on The Wiki of the Succubi (on succubus.net – run by Tera, Queen of the Succubi) with a story I wrote back in 2000. It’s a malicious little tale and makes me cringe a … Continue reading

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Lesbian Succubus Diary: 8. My Soul’s Delight

Denise, I loved you from the start, Believing we were worlds apart I gave a human all my heart Knew not we shared the mirror’s art Denise, my love, my soul’s delight My friend, my partner in the night I’d … Continue reading

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Lesbian Succubus Diary: 7. Batgirl

Dear Diary, Is there anything sexier than a woman with wings? Denise phoned me while I was having lunch. I must have left her a hundred messages since Saturday morning. I know I literally disappeared on her on Friday night, … Continue reading

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Dinner Party

Anya W. Vossand’s Dinner Party, published 2013, is a novella both erotic and romantic. Fledgling vampire Arianthe is the latest addition to the powerful vampire Julien’s collection. Julien is hosting a dinner party for the aristocracy of Europe (vampire and … Continue reading

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Lilith

Her eyes have seen a thousand nights Their cold depths echo dark delights Her silky hair and smooth-skinned hands Have travelled far ’cross sea and sands Her timeless beauty’s ancient lure Seduces all who think they’re pure Enraptured men have … Continue reading

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