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A Sliver of Shadow by Allison Pang

Moira is in Faerie, dealing with court and the increasingly insane Queen, leaving Abby in charge of the shop and Midnight Marketplace. Brystion is sticking to the shadows in the garden surrounding Abby’s house in the Dreaming. Talivar is giving some seriously un-bodyguard like signals. And Benjamin, Moira’s newborn, is sporting some interesting appendages.
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Sleepy Hollow Dreams by Taryn Kincaid

Katy has spent several years trying to find her niche in the town of Sleepy Hollow where she grew up. Plagued by memories of childhood teasing for her interest in myths and legends, Katy sets out to prove to herself and the town that she can be normal—only it seems her humble cottage home is working against her dreams. Strange creaking noises and unexplainable fires have driven her only two real boyfriends away from her. Read More »

Love Lust by Amber Scott

Olivia Starr was turned into a succubus against her will and has been trying to find a way to become human again ever since. Along with her friend Paula, who saved her life and protected her from their cruelly-controlling maker, she is searching for a cure. Their curse requires them to feed on the sexual desire, hunger, and emotion of their sexual partners. Unfortunately, it also can make sexual partners addicted to them.
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Sin Undone by Larissa Ione

Sin has tried to resist the call of family ever since she found out about them. Being the first female Seminus demon in history does not make things easy. She is used to being on her own. The only thing she has ever wanted is her freedom, and if she lets her emotions go, she will never be able to be free. However, when things go awry on a hit she is given and she creates a deadly virus, she will have to work with the devastating dhampir, Conall, to find a cure. However, she did not plan on falling for Conall, and due to his dhampir heritage, Conall will do everything in his power to resist her.
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Succubus Revealed by Richelle Mead

Georgina is finally with the love of her life. While things are not perfect for her (quitting her job at the bookstore, and the illness of Seth’s sister), they still are pretty good. When the transfer notice comes, it is the last thing she would have expected But, something about her transfer almost seems too good to be true, except for the fact that Seth may not be able to go with her. The warning bells go off to some of her closest friends and they start to investigate. Has Georgina embarrassed her boss once too often with her slacker succubus style? Or will they discover that there is a secret that Hell is trying to keep?
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Falling Under by Gwen Hayes

Theia hates that her father is overprotective and feels trapped by his rules—she isn’t even allowed to pick out her own clothes. Constantly told that her mother’s free spirit is what led to her death, Theia longs to just be allowed to let loose and be herself. Growing up without a mother is tough enough, but living with a father who keeps himself at a distance emotionally and controls her every move is excruciating. Things start to change the night that Theia sees the burning man fall from the sky. Her interaction with this mysterious creature sets a chain of events into motion that will threaten everyone that she loves.
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Death’s Excellent Vacation edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner

Death's Excellent VacationThis anthology of all-new tales of the paranormal had one binding thread…they were all about finding a little rest and relaxation, taking a vacation and getting away from everyday life. As true with a lot of vacations, all does not run smoothly along the way. Reservations are misplaced, luggage lost, cockroaches in the bathtub…but not too many vacations have the endings that this cast of stellar authors have cooked up for their characters. Sit by the pool, crack a cold one, and put on some sunscreen. This book will give you an even better appreciation for staying home and forgoing that vacay for a while.
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A Brush of Darkness by Allison Pang

Having an enchanted iPod and a randy unicorn who likes to hump her underwear is the least of Abby Sinclair’s worries. It seems Moira, the Fae Protectorate Abby is Contracted to, is missing. Brystion, the sexy Asshole in Black himself, claims his sister and several other succubi are missing, as well, and he needs Abby’s help to find them. The disappearances seem to be related, but between thwarting the attentions of an incubus on a mission, battling her dream demons, and convincing a sword-wielding angel to back off, Abby’s a bit too preoccupied to put together all the pieces of the puzzle — that is, until she becomes one of those wonderfully mismatched pieces herself.
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Succubus on Top by Richelle Mead

Succubus on Top picks up where Succubus Blues leaves off. In book 2 of the Georgina Kincaid series by Richelle Mead, we find Georgina struggling to deal with her relationship with Seth Mortenson. She has to accept that fact that she can’t kiss him for fear of draining his life force and she isn’t sure how to balance her relationship with him and her job as a succubus.

The same lovable characters that we were first introduced to in the first book are found in this book as well. Georgina strikes out on a mission to find out why her friend and co-worker Doug is acting so strange. But his band is taking off and she wonders if that has something to do with it. Her boss tries to keep her from delving too deeply into the mystery surrounding Doug and introduces another supernatural and her former incubus partner into the mix and things are ripe for chaos to ensue. Ms. Mead writes a compelling story about Georgina and her struggle to balance her life. The romance with Seth, her job at the bookstore and her job for the local demon all lead to many strange situations.

I really enjoyed this book as much as I did the first book Succubus Blues. Book 3, Succubus Dreams, is due out in September 2008. I am looking forward to what happens next in Georgina’s life as a succubus.

Book Stats:

  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington; Reprint edition (January 1, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758216424
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758216427

To purchase a print copy of Succubus on Top go here.

Support this author’s work by visiting Richelle Mead’s Amazon Store here.

Books in the Georgina Kincaid Series in the order they should be read:
Succubus Blues
Succubus on Top
Succubus Dreams
Succubus Heat
Succubus Shadows

Succubus Blues by Richelle Mead

Succubus Blues by Richelle Mead
Succubus Blues is a fantastic start to a promising series (Succubus on Top – January ’08, Succubus Dreams -October ’08). Richelle Mead weaves a thoroughly fascinating book around Seattle succubus Georgina Kincaid and her very quirky life. Georgina has quite enough on her plate juggling an assistant manager spot at the bookstore down the street, doing favors for her crazy immortal friends, meeting her all time favorite author, and oh yeah, reluctantly seducing chaps for their life force.

Throw in two possible romantic leading men (even though she doesn’t date), several glimpses of Georgina’s life before succubus, and a killer of immortal beings (friend and foe alike) who is intent on focusing on her, and you have one heck of a story filled with character depth and a life all of it’s own. So if you’re looking for a book and series that will draw you into a character’s life and go beyond the summary at the back of the book, Succubus Blues and the Georgina Kincaid series are quite possibly the books for you.

Book Stats:

  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington (March 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758216416
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758216410

To purchase a print copy of Succubus Blues click this link.
To purchase a Kindle copy of Succubus Blues click this link.

Support this author’s work by visiting Richelle Mead’s Amazon Store here.

Books in the Georgina Kincaid Series in the order they should be read:
Succubus Blues
Succubus on Top
Succubus Dreams
Succubus Heat
Succubus Shadows