Sunday, June 1, 2014

Richelle Mead - Succubus Shadow

Georgina Kincaid has formidable powers. Immortality, seduction, shape-shifting into any human form she desires, walking in heels that would cripple mere mortals—all child's play to a succubus like her. Helping to plan her ex-boyfriend’s wedding is a different story. Georgina isn’t sure which is worse—that Seth is marrying another woman, or that she has to run all over Seattle trying on bridesmaid dresses. Still, there are distractions. Georgina’s roommate, Roman, is cluttering her apartment with sexual tension. Then there’s Simone, the new succubus in town, who’s intent on corrupting Seth. But the real danger lies in the mysterious force that’s visiting her thoughts, trying to draw her into a dark, otherworldly realm. Sooner or later, Georgina knows she’ll be too weak to resist. And when that happens, she’ll discover who she can trust, who she can’t—and that Hell is far from the worst place to spend eternity…
Succubus Shadow concentrates on the jumbled disarray of emotions that Georgina Kincaid holds within her soulless body. Her character is developed in this book with an insight perception that allows ability, not to judge, but understand, how this living being came to stand where she is today. Belonging to Hell doesn't make you evil. For this series the line drawn down the middle to separate black and white is defiantly separated by a wide band of gray with the reasoning it reveals. Supporting Georgina throughout this series are an assortment of charming friends that truly care about her. Enticing vampires, attractive imps, bossy (sometimes scary) demons, along with heavenly angel and a human love come together into a story that has total commitment. Twisting together the plot brings heartbreaking emotions, suspense, revenge, happiness and most of all hope. The next installment for this series, SUCCUBUS REVEALED is planned for September 2011. Personally, I am very much looking forward to it.
My Rating - 4
Shonna

4 comments:

  1. sounds interesting... but i cant see me reading another series with one women in them all.. is this one like that?

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  2. Yes it is about one female throughout all the books but they are worth the read to me. I really enjoyed this series- except for I think it was book 3- knocked the wind out of me on a certain part!

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  3. Wendy is right It is a good series

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  4. well i will need a break from this type of series for awhile.. Hollows it too much of one person for me

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