By Richelle Mead
Some days, a lady simply can't seize a holiday. . .
. . .especially whilst the lady in query is Georgina Kincaid, a shape-shifting succubus who will get her power from seducing males. First there's her courting with attractive bestselling author Seth Mortensen, that's unsatisfying on a few degrees. It's not only that they can't have intercourse in case Georgina inadvertently kills him (generally a turn-off for many guys). in recent times, even spending time jointly is a problem. Seth's enthusiastic about completing his most up-to-date novel, and Georgina's below demonic orders to mentor the hot (and strangely inept) succubus at the block.
Then there are the desires. anyone, or whatever, is preying on Georgina at evening, draining her strength, and providing eerie visions of her destiny. Georgina seeks solutions from Dante, a dream interpreter with ties to the underworld, yet his flirtatious allure in basic terms leaves her extra confused--especially because the scenario with Seth reaches problem element. Now Georgina faces a double challenge--rein in her out-of-control love lifestyles, and move toe-to-toe with an enemy able to wreaking critical havoc between mankind. in a different way, Georgina, and the complete mortal global, might by no means sleep effortless back. . .
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"This is a type of sequence I'm going to maintain following." --Jim Butcher, New York occasions bestselling writer
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