Wonderful. Sad to See it End.

Succubus Revealed (Georgina Kincaid) by Richelle Mead read by Elisabeth Rodgers

It’s a simple thing to be forgotten, erased from all memory, but can remembrance be something more than mindful, can it be soul deep.

Georgina’s life is finally coming together. Sure Satan’s little helper has been moonlighting for Santa, but her latest career choices are overshadowed by romantic bliss. Georgie and Seth are having another go of it and overcoming the challenges of her succubus state. But all that is about to change with an all too sudden transfer looming. Though it might not be so bad, with the new scenery comes just about everything Georgina has every wanted. Is it a blessing in disguise or too good to be true.

Richelle Mead’s sixth installment of the Georgina Kincaid series was wonderfully romantic. Georgie and Seth’s relationship have always been equally blissful and turbulent but Mead uses the highs and lows to punctuate how much in love they are, after all bonds are built on the kinks as much as the links. The storyline is simple yet effective, relying on Mead’s expert ability to build complexity through different situations and a well thought out conclusion executed in an interesting and unexpected way. Succubus Revealed also added to the already interesting crowd with some old and new characters in Las Vagas and Seth’s mom and younger annoyingly endearing brother.

I started this series about a year ago with the audiobooks and I just couldn’t end it in any other way. Elisabeth Rodgers is one of my favorite narrators breathing life into the words that form some of my favorite characters. This is really an excellent audio series.

Filled with humor and romance I am really sad to see this one end, but maybe Georgina Kincaid will spawn a series based on these beloved characters like VA. With all the possibilities left open, one can only hope.

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5 stars -loved it!

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