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  • Paperback: 480 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam (5 May 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0553819127
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553819120
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 3 x 17.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 316,328 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Don't take this book to bed - you'll be up all night. Richelle Mead delivers sexy action and tongue-in-cheek hellish humour - if damnation is this fun sign me up!" (Lilith Saintcrow, author of THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND)

"Like all great heroines, Georgina Kincaid is an intriguing blend of contradictions; sexy but sweet, an immortal who remembers her humanity, and a girl who knows exactly what she wants in a man and a drink, but who can still lose herself to both. With sharp prose and a powerhouse voice, Richelle Mead took a death grip on my imagination and refused to let go" (Vicki Pettersson, author of THE SCENT OF SHADOWS)

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The second novel in the fresh, sassy Georgina Kincaid/Succubus series from the bestselling author of the Vampire Academy books.

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Basically, if you enjoyed the first one, you'll love this one too. Once again it's massive fun, well plotted and a quality bit of prose. Plus, of couse, more than a bit sexy - Georgina's love life is as tricky as you'd expect for a succubus, but at the same time it's all incredibly human. Highly recommended. I like the "urban fantasy" genre for its mix of supernatural fun in the modern world, often based around good old-fashioned crime novel plotting, and Richelle Mead is for me about as good as it gets.
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The second outing for Georgina Kincaid and one that proves that Richelle's Succubus is here to stay with her witty way of looking at the world as a sex demon ensnared by true love. Enthralling, entertaining and downright hilarious in the witism exposed the only thing that does let it down to a certain degree is the descriptness of the sex within its pages. Rather than the way it glossed over a lot in the previous novel and knowing that Georgina is a reluctant Succubi these days, Richelle seemed to take great delight in allowing the reader to get the full uncensored act thrust beneath their eyes as if she was taking a leaf from Laurell K Hamiltons book(s) and going for a certain demographic. Don't get me wrong I still enjoyed the book but when the sex scenes came up I'd have accepted one or two of the pertenant ones but would have preferred to have had the others where she's just absorbing the partners energies glossed over with a discrete veil.

Although that said, the book is hard to put down and the plot extremely well done I just hope that Richelle doesn't try to take on LKH for scene by scene as I feel it would ruin what is quite a light fun Urban Fantasy series.
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I liked this book but didn't love it. I felt there wasn't a main plot like the first one just too many sub plots trying to make the story flow together. Making it hard to know what to focus on. Still wanting to finish the series though to see how it all plays out.
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I enjoyed the first book in this series 'Succubus Blues' but felt that too much time was taken up with character introductions and scene settings which left the book a little short on plot but with some great characters. Enter book two, with an already good set up of characters etc. and a bit more plot and action.
If you're looking for a book with a complex plot and many cliffhangers then this isn't the right sort of book at all. The main plot is really just Georgina living her life, she just has a few unusual problems to deal with in this book and they're only partially related to her being a succubus. Georgina has to try to help her long time friend Bastien, an Incubus, hook up with a not so nice lady, Dana and work out what could be causing the strange behaviour of her good mortal friend Doug. These don't appear to be story lines which will massively affect the rest of the books in the series but they make for a good read.
Mead's writing is witty as always and Bastien is a great additional character. Through him and in this novel in general we learn a lot more about being a succubus and their reminiscing is a nice touch. I worked out the Dana story fairly early on but it didn't spoil it as it wasn't too obvious, I just wanted to know I was right! Nice sideline plot that I enjoyed. The other plot where Georgina must unravel Doug's mystery behaviour is interesting but seems to end a bit too easily and I can't entirely work out either Mead or Georgina's viewpoints on this issue.
Throw Georgina's relationship with mortal Seth and their issues with regards to the fact they cannot have any sexual contact, including kissing without her draining his lifeforce and shortening his life for a few years.
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Poor Georgina starts this book at a demon award ceremony, could her week get any worse! Totally love all the humour in these books.

Bastian her incubus friend, is also an ex-lover, ex-partner in "crime" and is dumped back into her life to bring down a huge Evangelist in the shape of the very austere Dana.

Doug, her book store buddy get wrapped up in a whole "ambrosia and God mystery" which was a brilliant and thrilling story line.

RM reveals another failed relationship from poor Georgina's fated history. As she and Seth dance around the relationship that they have the torment for both is beautifully written.

All previous Demons, Angels, Imps and Vampires make appearances and spice up the story line even further.
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Succubus Nights is the second book in Richelle Mead's Georgina Kincaid series & I really loved both books. These books are probably easier to read as stand alone than some other series out there but I'd still recommend you read them in order to get the most out of them.

Georgina is a fantastic character - obviously as a succubus she is beautiful but she has a great sense of humor and a caring personality that shines through. She cares deeply about her friends - both immortal & human and does her best to look after everyone. As a succubus she has to have sex with humans in order to steal their life force & retain her immortality which she really hates doing. This makes life particularly difficult in regards to her relationship with Seth Mortensen her famous author human boyfriend.

If Seth & Georgina so much as kiss her succubus instincts will kick in & she'll end up taking years off his life. Now that they are officially an item this is a major issue within their relationship, not to mention the fact that Georgina has to sleep with other men in order to survive so she constantly feels like she is cheating on him.

Of course relationship issues aren't all Georgina has to deal with - her incubus friend Bastien is in town & needs her help to corrupt a local radio talk show host, her human friend Doug & his band are acting very strangely & she still has her day job at the bookstore to contend with. It's enough to drive anyone crazy.

Her immortal friends from the last book make regular appearances with all the humor they showed in the first book. They are constantly teasing Georgina about the fact she is dating a mortal and add a lot of comedy to the story. The book is fast paced and has plenty of twists and turns that are guaranteed to keep you reading right to the last page.
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