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Na vrcholu (Georgina Kincaid #2)

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  23,617 ratings  ·  1,048 reviews
Že láska bolí, to ví Georgina Kincaidová lépe než kdokoli jiný. Miluje talentovaného spisovatele Setha, ale kdyby ho třeba jen políbila, vysaje tím z něj život. Není divu, že se tím trápí – tím spíš, že Seth její city opětuje. Ona je však sukubou, a jako taková čerpá sílu z mužů, kteří podlehli jejímu kouzlu.
Samozřejmě, schopnost libovolně měnit vzhled i nesmrtelnost jí mo
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 2011 by Domino (first published January 1st 2008)
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Ash Wednesday
01.24.14 The Buddy re-Read continues! Woohoo!

Georgina Kincaid can:

A. Eat endangered baby seals for breakfast
B. Cripple Benedict Cumberbatch ending Sherlock Mid-season
C. Kidnap Susan Ee to keep her from finishing Angelfall
D. Hoard every gram of coffee in the world
E. All of the above



"You had your heart broken much?"
He paused. "Of course. Everyone does. Part of life."
"Tell me her name. I'll kick her ass. I don't want anyone hurting you."

Although I am a little bit disappointed in Georgina (I'll elaborate later), this book still deserves 4 stars.

In the second book of the series Georgina continues her adventures. Her close friend and fellow incubus Bastien is visiting and needs her help in seducing a conservative figure; Doug is involved with some strange people and acts unlike himself; finally, Georgina now has a mortal boyfriend with whom she can't be intimate.

Once again, Richelle Mead delivers engaging and entertaining story,
Emily May



Jun 03, 2008 Pamela rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: urban fantasy fans
Wow. I really liked the first book in this series, Succubus Blues, but I didn't expect this one to exceed the first. Succubus On Top is great. It's funny, it's sexy, it's a good mystery, the characters are very likable... I can't praise this book enough.

We first met Georgina Kincaid, a succubus living in Seattle, in Succubus Blues. Aside from being a temptress employed by Hell, Georgie is an assistant manager at a local bookstore. In this book, she meets up with a very old friend, an incubus sh

I took down half of my drink in one gulp. “Sometimes I look around, and I can’t believe this is my life.”

OKAY. That was really weird. It was an entertaining book but I don't know. It lacked something to make my heart race. I mean we're dealing with something dark here. The evil forces are not very... well scary for me.

Georgina's relationship with Seth is really unrealistic. I mean, yeah I know, SETH is freaking perfect and he wasn't doormat but I still can't believe he can forgive THAT easil
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Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog)

Mead is one of my favourite authors. I absolutely love her voice. Whether she writes YA or UF, she’s able to capture me entirely until I flip that last page. It’s amazing how quickly I can devour one of her novels, and it’s almost unfair since she spends so much time writing them!

Succubus on Top is the second book in the Georgina Kincaid series and I loved it! Seth and Georgie are in a stable relationship, one where they go on romantic dates, spend time with Seth’s family
Kim  *Mo Chridhe*
3.5 stars

I won't lie. The beginning of the book brought back memories of a certain movie...

But let's not make this all about Georgie and Seth. Doug's been acting weird lately and Georgie's old friend, Bastien, is in town for a special mission requiring her assistance.

Ugh. Who am I kidding. I don't want to talk about Doug and Bastien. I caught on to their problems way before Georgie figured it out. What I really, really want to talk about is my problem with how the whole thing with (view spoiler
This series is quirky and riddled with humor as our beloved succubus Georgina Kincaid attempts to have a relationship with author Seth, fulfill her duties as a succubus and handle her day job at a local bookstore in downtown Seattle.

In Succubus on Top, Georginabecomes concerned when her co-worker Doug’s behavior changes and thinks there may be something supernatural at work. Bastien, her best friend and alluring incubus needs her help corrupting a conservative talk show host and her relationship
Actually 4.5 Stars for the awesomeness that is Seth Mortensen

This is the second book in the Georgina Kincaid series. Georgina is a succubus, which by definition means she has to have sex to survive, who is in love with a mortal. Unfortunately, their relationship has to be a chaste one because if Georgina makes love with him, she will suck the life out of him until he's dead. This is the premise for what is one of the most beautiful love stories I've ever read; why, because they can't have sex.
Christy LoveOfBooks

Two down, four books to go.

Ah, Georgina, I’m loving you more and more. I’m so glad I get to listen to each installment whenever I want, instead of having to wait a long time between release dates. After listening to Succubus on Top, it’s safe to say I’m completely, 100% hooked!

There’s so much that goes on in Succubus on Top, but Mead does a fantastic job weaving it all together. Seriously, Georgina is one busy lady! Even though there’s a lot of different threads, it’s all tight and pulls togethe
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Sue (YAHollywood)
Actual Rating: 3.8 Stars

Succubus on Top is not engaging as Succubus Blues but still theres the occasional moment of brilliance, funny dialogue, agonizing sexual tension between Georgina and Seth (Sobs, I literally cried again) & interesting mythology references. I wholly appreciate that in the past two books Richelle Mead emphasized a massive and healthy views about sexuality, feminism and a bunch of important talks.
“I want pancakes.”
“What? Right now?”
“No. For breakfast.”
“Oh.” He yawned. “You’d better get up early then.”
“Me? I’m not going to make them.”
“Yeah?” His sleepy voice carried mock sympathy. “Who’s going to make them for you then?”
“You are.”
“Am I? You think I’m going to make you pancakes? Is that how you think it’s going to be?"
"You’re so good at it,” I whined. “Besides, if you do, I’ll sit on the counter in a short robe while you cook.”
His soft laughter segued into another yawn. “Oh. Well then.
Robin (Bridge Four)
Re-read with Ash Wednesday, Bailey and Tandie:

This is a series that deserves a re-read. Wow the extra stuff I picked up the second time through. Let's just say that while I really was sure where the story line was going I definitely missed some of the biggest hints the first time through.

Seth is still my favorite Beta book boyfriend, Georgina could do almost anything, including but not limited to stealing my husband, and I'd still love her, Bastien can rot in hell or Omaha, Carter is my bright s
Megan • Reading Books Like a Boss

Georgina Kincaid series Reading Order

"I'm a succubus. My entire existence relies on making people - men in particular - believe and see what they want in me. I can switch from simpering virgin to sultry dominatrix in a heartbeat. All it takes is a bit of shape-shifting and a dash of playacting."

Succubus on Top was a phenomenal follow-up up to Succubus Blues. I am so in love with the Georgina Kincaid series and I'm only two books into the series. The characters and the storyline are phenomen
Kat Kennedy
Succubus on Top is a solid, positive continuation of the Georgina Kincaid series.

It continues the adventures of Georgina Kincaid and her immortal demon world. Old friends are back for this second installment. The plot was better executed in this version.

The character of Georgina continues to break the stereotypical puritanical mold that most romantic fiction adheres to and yet remain likable.

As always, the writing is witty, interesting and well crafted.
Domino (aka Meme)
This book was just ok for me. No were near as good as the first. The plot was weak and it all resolved to quickly. Plus, a portion of the plot was predictable.
I did love the ending. I wanting a sex between Georgina and Seth. It was sexy and humorous.
I did like Sebastian. He'd be an interesting character to have around more.
I just hope the next book is better.
P.A. Lupton
Even better than the last. On to the next, this series is addictive.
ugh stupid Maddie we dont like her...
28/12 - Really Georgina, drugs?! I am so disappointed in you. The alcohol in Succubus Blues was bad enough, but now you're smoking marijuana? *sighs and shakes her head in disgust* Besides my annoyance with her behaviour I'm surprised that alcohol or drugs would effect her anyway. She's immortal, which I would take to mean that she doesn't need to eat or drink, or breathe and that drugs (and other stimulants) would do nothing to her body. I don't really understand why Mead wrote that scene in. M ...more
Mimi Smith
4 stars

It's always the hardest for me to write reviews for UF's, excepting the 1st book. I feel like I've said it all, already. I thought it was fair to bump this book up, rating-wise, compared to the last one. Mainly because Richelle Mead has me, well and truly hooked. As to the rest, it's pretty unchanged. I love Seth, the angel/demon pair, the world, I'm still unsure about Georgina because she keeps making the same mistakes. I like that she's not a perfect character, but...I don't know. I'm w
What happened? I had such high hopes for this series and I was completely let down by this book. I felt, for the most part, the fun and witty character interactions were gone. Plot? What plot? No real villian. He was disposed of so quickly at the end it seemed like an after thought. This is the same problem I have with the VA books, many plot elements are so rushed or nonexistent. Supernatural? Demons, imps, angels, vampires who do nothing but cook and play poker are boring. The politcal theme a ...more
Steven Peterson
I can't believe that I am reviewing this book. I am an academic political scientist. But I find Richelle Mead's books in the Georgina Kincaid series irresistible. I read the first in the series because a couple Amazon Friends whose reviews I respect a great deal spoke well of that book. I read and enjoyed--and against all odds--reviewed that work. And when I discovered that a second book had been published, I found myself eager to read it. And, in some ways, I think that this is even better than ...more
Beth F.
Great title. Good start. I almost gave it four stars. But then the stupid ending happened and I downgraded to three.

I like Georgina Kincaid. And it’s weird because she’s a life force stealing succubus who sucks off other women’s boyfriends in order to survive and under normal circumstances I wouldn’t be okay with that. She is also a creature of hell and even though I’m certainly not a candidate for Christian of the Year due to my love of cursing, acceptance of premarital sexcapades and the fact
Lady Heather
excellent! Georgina!
Favorite scene:
The Set Up: Bastien is trying to capture on film the seduction of a fanatical religious group leader named Dana. He is living next door to Dana. Bastien and Georgina decide to do a little 'covert op' by turning invisible, and breaking into her home to see if they can find any evidence they can use against her. While in Dana's home, her teenage son Reese returns home with some friends to smoke some pot. The boys go outside to smoke, and Bastien steals the
Richelle Mead has built a whole new world with her Georgina Kincaid Series and I've fallen in love with the simple complexities of it. You know when you read a series and the author spends a lot of the time recapping what happened from the previous books... somehow Mead has found a way to incorporate past information into the present without the reader getting board. I read this book in a day and could not put it down, that's not easy to do with 2 small children.

I find Georgina's character to b
The Good: The introduction of Georgina's long-time friend Bastien brings equal parts fun and aggravation. He's part of her past, when she wasn't always playing good-girl succubus. He's just like her, yet without the moral qualms. He can me less likable at times, but he's a good time. Between helping Bastien with a super interesting project/mission and trying to figure out the key to Doug's new fame, Georgina is busy. The story moves very quickly and is almost always interesting and awesome.

The B
I really loved the ending, but the rest of the book, not so much...

There were a lot of thing that just could't caught up my attention; things like the drug issue, or this friend, Sebastian. I don't know, I just got bored in more than half of the book. It wasn't bad, just not as good as other books I gave 4 stars. I enjoyed much more the first book.

I missed to hear more about the angels and the demons as we do in the first book. Also every time her friends appeared, It felt forced.

And the fact t
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Scorpio Richelle Mead is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of urban fantasy books for both adults and teens. Originally from Michigan, Richelle now lives in Seattle, Washington where she works on her three series full-time: Georgina Kincaid, Dark Swan, and Vampire Academy.

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Georgina Kincaid (6 books)
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  • Succubus Dreams (Georgina Kincaid, #3)
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“I want pancakes.”

“What? Right now?”

“No. For breakfast.”

“Oh.” He yawned. “You’d better get up early then.”

“Me? I’m not going to make them.”

“Yeah?” His sleepy voice carried mock sympathy. “Who’s going to make them for you then?”

“You are.”

“Am I? You think I’m going to make you pancakes? Is that how you think it’s going to be?"

"You’re so good at,” I whined. “Besides, if you do, I’ll sit on the counter in a short robe while you cook.”

His soft laughter segued into another yawn. “Oh. Well then.” He kissed my ear again. “Maybe I’ll make you pancakes.”
“If not for me being stoned and clinging to a taco, it would have been terribly romantic.” 92 likes
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