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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