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Succubus Blues

6 Ratings: 3.0
A book by Richelle Mead

The ability to look like whoever you please. The power to bring men to their knees. Sure, it sounds like heaven to be a succubus, but even after centuries, Georgina Kincaid is still haunted by her past and her loneliness, and her real job in the Emerald … see full wiki

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Author: Richelle Mead
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Kensington
4 reviews about Succubus Blues
review by . October 23, 2009
Richelle Mead does not disappoint in her Georgina Kincaid series. The series that focuses on Georgina, a succubus with a conscience and an assistant manager of a large Seattle bookstore that finds herself in a who done it mystery of immortal proportions.    Georgina, has the ability to shape-shift, and almost as punishment, she carries the guise of a very attractive female that men literally can't resist. But, Georgina, as a succubus, will suck the life out of anyone she gets …
review by . July 26, 2008
Georgina Kincaid has been a Succubus for centuries, luring men into sexual escapades and then using their life force to sustain her own energy. But lately she has lost interest in her seducing ways, she's not a ruthless succubus and she only seduces when she absolutely has to. She secretly covets the things normal women have, actual loving relationships and children.      When her circle of immortal friends, vampires, imps and angels, start getting attacked by some unseen …
review by . May 20, 2007
Honestly, when "Succubus Blues" arrived on my review stack, I was worried. It looked good, but it also raised a few warning flags; this could, I thought, be another lascivious sex romp disguised as urban fantasy/horror, proving little more than an excuse to have demons and other supernatural creatures get naked and sweaty with lustful mortals.    I was pleasantly surprised, however, to find relatively little graphic sex -- apart from a few torrid scenes here and there, and one …
review by . April 17, 2007
There's a lot to like in 'Succubus Blues' -- a sharp heroine who shows some unexpected depth as the story spins out, believable supporting characters to populate the world, great sex scenes, funny dialogue -- but I think my favorite thing about it is that it never takes itself too seriously. Though it is about immortals (succubi, angels, demons, vampires, etc.), it never falls into the brooding of Anne Rice and her denizens. Though it has serious moments and dramatic moments, it never becomes so …
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