Succubus Revealed (Georgina Kincaid #6)
In Georgina Kincaid, succubus and she-demon, #1 New York Times bestselling author Richelle Mead has created one of her most enticing characters. But with a shot at love, and maybe even redemption, is the ultimate seductress finally going soft? Like hell she is. . .
Georgina Kincaid has had an eternity to figure out the opposite sex, but sometimes they still surprise her. Ta...more
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Nothing much except Georgina's personal woes propels this series' finale. The book starts on a fairly ridiculous note - Georgina for some unknown reason works as a Santa helper at a mall. Continues in the same ridiculous way when she and her gang of friends are forced by Jerome to participate in a bowling tournament with another demon's crew. Things start picking up when Georgina is suddenly transferred to a new...more
I did have some problems with this book, and one of my biggest ones was all of the side trips that were seemingly tied to one another, but were knotted together so haphazardly. Some things got resolved, others didn't. Some side stories made sense and seemed meaning...more
After six books, I'm still wondering what was so important about Georgina and Seth. Georgina had a period of time where she was a productive succubus, but she fell back into being a slacker; she didn't even do any of her succubus duties in this book. Others out there could more than make up for h...more
This is a spoiler-free review but assumes familiarity with the Georgina Kincaid series.
And here we are... The End. Succubus Revealed is the last book in Richelle Mead's Georgina Kincaid series and I cannot begin to tell you how bittersweet reading this book felt. I wanted to hurry up and read it, yet slow down and savor the story. Ultimately I settled on "screw it, full speed ahead!" and read it in one seating.
We find Georgina working as a Sant...more
I finally figured out the issue with the conclusion of Richelle Mead's series: the last book is not necessary. This is the problem I have with Mead. She starts off relatively good with her plot; the third and/or forth book being the strongest. Her stride begins to really diminish at the fifth book and she crashes and burns with the final book. This is the direct result of there being too many books in the series. The ending to this series could have easily been included in Succubus Shadows and i...more
It’s here. The last book in one of my all-time favorite series has come...and gone. My love affair with it began last year, when I read the first four books in a span of a ten days. I couldn’t believe how these books affected me SO much! I was devastated after book three and the fourth one was just as heartbreaking. Waiting for the fifth book was agony, but once it arrived and I read it, hope for that happy ending was rekindle...more
"Yes," said Carter. "The question is, how are you going to let this affect your future?"...more
I frowned, starting to get lost in angel logic. "What do you mean?"
He hesitated, as though reconsidering what he was about to say. At last, he rushed forward with it, leaning close to me. "Here's what I can tell you. If this is real, then there's a reason for it, absolutely. Not some random re-org. And if there's a reason, it's because you've been doing something Hell doesn't want you to do. So, the questio
Georgie's good nature...more
I agree with one of the girls who wrote that Richelle Mead knows how to finish series, but I guess that I'm kind of a "tuned" on her writing style so everything in this book was predictable. Also, some parts could have been shorter - too much talking about what happened and I don't remember that Georgie was so slow when it comes to figuring out devilish plots. She was annoyingly stupid sometimes.
Fun to read, but don't expect too much.
I’ve been postponing reading the final novel in this series because I just couldn’t bring myself to say goodbye to Georgina Kincaid. The ride has been fantastic, nearly every installment is a 5 star read however, like all good things it had to end sometime. But, boy what a way to go! Succubus Revealed sure wrapped things up with a bang! I never really picked up on the overall plot line of this series; Seth and Georgie’s on-again-off-again relationship has always been at t...more
Wow!! It was what I expected plus some!
I can't believe this is an ending to such a great series,it kept me in a wild frenzy wanting the next book like it was my own personnel addiction.
Georgina and Seth finally have their relationship at ease and are beyond happy...... Until the inevitable happens.
Georgiana gets a transfer from Hell,saying she's to leave in one month to Las Vegas. When Hell has a job for you to do, saying "No" isn't a question, it's rather...more
So surprise surprise she didn't end up with Carter...more's the pity. Not that I have anything against Seth, but well he ceased to be amazing after the whole Maddie incident (which is ancient history, I know, but STILL).
Overall, I would say this was a disappointing end to what was in my head one of the better urban fantasy series out there. I still remember the excitement of reading Succubus Blues (Georg...more
One thing I still can't get over is the issue with Seth's soul darkening and lightening. His soul got darker when he cheated on Maddie because of the guilt? But it didn't darken when he cheated on Georgina with Maddie? Why because he felt no guilt? So how guilty you feel about something is what matters more than the action itself? This seems counter-intuitive seeing how plenty of sociopaths don't feel guilty in the slig...more
I'm so sad this series is over. But it was a perfect ending. Georgina find out more details about her contract that might be in her favor. In the meantime, she's offered a perfect job, surrounded by her favorite evil people and close to Seattle. It's too perfect for Roman though, so he starts researching things for her. Her and Sean also have ups and downs, with a down that looks like it might spell the end of their relationship forever....more
This is that kind of book that pulls at your heart strings. The kind of characters you root for to win at the end against the bad guys. Its the kind of book that makes the reader happy. Though the end is predictable (I know it is) it was still fulfilling, and seriously necessary. If the author had pulled a stunt of major horrible proportions I think mobs of angry as hell fans would have... Well, use your imagination, I would have been among those fans.
I was expecting this book for a long time and it was just as good as I thought it would be! The story of the succubus Georgina has now an end! The mystery is solved at last!
In this book, Georgina, is with Seth but there are a lot of problems. Seth’s sister-in-law is very sick and Seth has to take care of his brother’s children. Georgina has quit her job and now she’...more
For most people who have been following the series, the conclusion probably came as no sur...more
Some reviewers have complained that Georgina is even more whiny and self-absorbed than usual and yes, she is. She's definitely more emo than you'd ever expect from one of hell's servants. She's also frequently oblivious and a bit slow on the uptake when it comes to...more
I have loved this series up until this end but for what it was & considering that it's a Mead book (so if you're familiar w/her other work you'll know she is very formulaic & also blatantly rips ideas & actual verbiage from cult pop culture), it was a decent ending with no real shockers. However, I enjoyed it as a whole & think it'll be better on 2nd read as a guilty pleasure b'c it's certainly no Gone With the Wind.
What was not to adore about...more
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He reached out and tipped my chin up. "You do, Georgina. And if you don't believe me now, then strive to be. Live you life. Be kind. Love those you know. Love those you don't know. be worthy of your soul."
A tear escaped, rolling down my cheek and probably messing up my mortal mascara. "Thank you, Carter. Thank you for everything.”