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text 2015-11-04 21:22
Gentlemen Prefer Succubi - Jill Myles

Apparently i own a copy of the book and pick it up from wellness and recovery, a place i go to see my doctor. However, they let you take the books from the social room because they know i take them and don't care. i ask a girl if we are allowed to take books and she said yeah. Well anyways i was reading this book and i was thinking," what am i reading." and look at the back of the book after it mentioned in the book that the girl woke up in the dumpster and that her boobs got bigger when she became a vampire. This is the weirdest, most bizarre book i ever came across!

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review 2015-01-08 20:03
Gentlemen Prefer Succubi by Jill Myles (Succubus diaries, book 1)
Gentlemen Prefer Succubi - Jill Myles

Of course.. they prefer succubi...



Jackie woke up in a Dumpster one day from weird encounters with two men the night before. She found herself befriended by a porn star slash succubus and an angel, one of the men who sired her. Apparently, she died and became a succubus that changed her body into a bombshell. She is still to meet the other being who sired her and was led into a vampire club to investigate their queen's dark plan that she's been brewing.



Very promising-sounded premise and I liked that it's link to archaeological stuffs. I like museums and Jackie is a docent. Her adventure was okay but no exciting actions and have no shocking revelations. Very predictable.


Very sexy tho.

There's a love triangle between Jackie's sires and herself. The conflict between them was important in the story. 


I am fond of reading paranormal sexy series even if it's totally worth setting aside. It's not very unique. Angels, Vampires, Succubus. All things paranormal are exciting enough even if you've read this story before about each of them with a unique girl between them and a lot of pheromones and mystery guys.




this girl reading


Source: iamcyndi08.booklikes.com
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text 2014-12-28 01:05
2015 - Series Clean Up Challenge Redux
Embrace Me at Dawn - Shayla Black
Honeymoon of the Dead - Tate Hallaway
Divine Misdemeanors - Laurell K. Hamilton
A Shiver of Light - Laurell K. Hamilton
Like a Charm - Candace Havens
Red Mortal - Deidre Knight
My Fair Succubi (The Succubus Diaries Book 3) - Jill Myles
Succubi Are Forever - Jill Myles
Demon Possessed - Stacia Kane
Moon Shine - Vivian Arend

I tried this personal challenge last year but it fizzled... if at first you don't succeed, try, try again. So here we go again for 2015.  I'll remove the books from the images above as I finish them. I got a head start with Dead Ever After so one down, 10 to go!


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Because of the genre I read, just about everything I read is a series. I can't even remember the last nonseries book I read. Needless to say, I have many unfinished series. I want to put some of these to bed so I can move on without them hanging over my head and taunting me. So to encourage myself to finally finish these series, I am doing a continuing personal series clean up challenge.

I am going to try and read the books below in 2015 (in no particular order) but if it doesn't happen, no big. Reading challenges should be fun, not stressful! I'm just hoping that posting it here publicly will encourage me to keep on top of it :)

The list below contains series where I have only one or two books left to read in order to either complete the series or get caught up on all currently published titles for an ongoing series (if I have the books). I expect I may have grown out of a few of these series and won't be interested in finishing but I'll give 'em a shot. 


1.   Embrace Me at Dawn by Shayla Black (The Doomsday Brethren)

2.   Honeymoon of the Dead by Tate Hallaway (Garnet Lacey)

3.   Divine Misdemeanors by Laurell K. Hamilton (Meredith Gentry)

4.   Shiver of Light by Laurell K. Hamilton (Meredit Gentry)

5.   Like a Charm by Candace Havens (Brownwyn the Witch)

6.   Red Mortal by Deidre Knight (Gods of Midnight)

7.   My Fair Succubi by Jill Myles (The Succubus Diaries)


8.  Succubi Are Forever by Jill Myles (The Succubus Diaries)

9.   Demon Possessed by Stacia Kane (Megan Chase)

10. Dead Ever After by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse)  DEC 2014

11.  Moon Shine by Vivian Arend (Takhini Shifters)

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review 2014-07-07 16:02
Gentlemen Prefer Succubi - Jill Myles

3.5 stars. I liked it. It made me smile/chuckle a few times.

I liked the two guys and I have to admit it's a tough decision to make between Noah and Zane as both are great in their own way. I'm intrigued as to what will happen later on in the series with these three.

The rest of the story, though, the Egyptology stuff, is not my thing at all and I kinda just skipped over those bits especially near the end, when I just wanted them to find the halo.

I haven't read too many books/series based on succubi so I enjoyed this tale. The addition of angels and vampires only added to my enjoyment and the wittiness of the characters at times was fun reading.

I definitely think I'll be picking up on the series at a later date.

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review 2014-05-25 06:04
Review: Incubus (Daughters of Lilith #2) by Jennifer Quintenz
Incubus - Jennifer Quintenz
Uh, Oh, Things are starting to get real for Braedyn. Coming out of Thrall there was a lot of sky high ups, like saving the day but there were a lot of unanswered questions to be answered and Incubus just made things a lot more complicated. Honestly I mean complicated in the best sense because the world expanded by leaps and bounds here. We find out there is a male version of succubus called incubus and that not much is known about him in The Guards world, which of course means danger lies everywhere. Braedyn goes through a growth spurt in this second installment that is both negative and positive and it's what I look for in a YA heroine that is growing up.
The negative is the way she pulled away from her friends and family. However, this is part of being a teenager so I applaud the author for showing a real life situation in the midst of a crazy fantasy paranormal world. She makes mistakes and that's okay because I expect a girl of her to make mistakes. It makes the story seem authentic but still being this awesome supernatural story. It also gives Baedyn the opportunity to learn from these challenges and grow into a hero that I can love. She did that in this story multiples times and I feel like this sequel has set her up to great things in the future of the series. I would have liked to see some progress in a couple of her relationships, such as Karayan, but as far as moving the plot along this sequel was no slump.
Mrs. Quintenz also got me. I didn't see the ending coming at all and when an author gets one over on me that is rare because usually I can see a plot twist coming a mile away. Not here. I audibly gasped and scared my dog who was sleeping next to me in the wee hours of the morning. She kept it fresh, she kept it moving and she kept it real and everything about this book I loved. I'm a little afraid of where we are heading in this epic battle between good and evil but I am so on this train, I have booked my seats way in advance and can't wait to see what will happen with Braedyn and all her loved ones!
Source: thebookblogattheendoftheuniverse.blogspot.com/2014/05/review-incubus-daughters-of-lilith-2-by.html
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