Succubus Dreams by Richelle Mead

This is the third installment of the series. You definitely have to read this series in order, or a lot of things won’t make sense to you.

This one was a little slower for me than I remember the first two, but it was still a good one!!

In this one, Georgina has trouble keeping her energy. For some reason, every time she gets a fix that night she dreams about being a mother and having a family and when she wakes up…poof..no energy. At first, no one believes her, but then a group of Angels come around and are looking for something they won’t tell anyone about.

As well as this small mystery, Georgina and Seth’s relationship grows and well…falls in this book. I cannot…and I mean CANNOT believe that Seth would go out and sleep with Maggie, Georgina’s friend. WTF!?! Yes, Georgina sleeps with guys…she has to. She’s a succubus. BUT she never does it in the same body that Seth knows or with someone she knows. Seth freaking has sex with her good friend!! If I were Georgina I would be out of there…and I really hope that she is!!! There has got to be someone else out there!! Come on!! I would be pissed.

I guess I better put the next one Succubus Heat on order at the library!!

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Succubus on Top by Richelle Mead

I love paranormal fiction and this was one of the best ones that I’ve read. Yes, it has a lot of romance in it and I’ve always said that I prefer my reads to be paranormal with a little romance rather than romance with a little bit of paranormal, but it works in this novel. Plus this was more half and half anyway.

Georgina Kincaid is a succubus with moral ethics. She’s supposed to be one of the bad guys, but in reality, she does more good then harm. In this sequel, we get to see her relationship with Seth develop and also get to sneak a peek into her past when a long time friend comes to town for a visit. Along with her friend from the past, comes trouble. Trouble seems to follow Georgina wherever she goes. She has to find a way to keep her friend from being sent to the outskirts and to help her co-workers battle a drug that makes them think they are gods.

I really enjoyed this chapter in the series. We get to learn about the realm of gods and different religions and how they all play into Richelle Mead’s world. She plays with the idea that gods, demons, spirits and all things supernatural from different religions and cultures exist, but only if they are still believed in. The more you believe in one deity, the more power that deity will gain.