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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Finally, Georgina and Seth get the happy ending they deserve !!!
(view spoiler)[Omg I am so exciting that Seth is Kyriakos or Kyriakos is Seth . I really loved that they were soul mates!!
(view spoiler)[ But I am feeling a little sad about Roman.. We don't even know what happen to him. He help ...more
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
WHAT AN ENDING! It's okay, no spoilers :)
This was a wonderfully, beautifully, perfect end to this series. It had everything that I've come to love from the Succubus series: a mystery, witty dialogue, my favourite characters and sex, of course. Things drew to a brilliant close that was dramatically fitting for a series of books that have kept me so thoroughly hooked throughout. Something huge is discovered that would be insane when told by some authors but is cataclysmically awesome when handled ...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
I used to like Georgina Kindcaid. Like most of Mead's characters she started life as an interesting, flawed personality with some major issues but an undoubted ability to kick ass and keep you interested. Then she found tru lurve (and oh no ...more
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3
AND OMG CARTER CARTER CARTER CARTER CARTER SERIOUSLY CARTER I LOVE HIM SO MUCH
BEST ENDING TO A SERIES EVER
Loved it even more than Hero of Ages...(sorry if that's blasphemous!)
My brain and heart right now ----> sglkdfslknfqeenoquiovosnconoiiwjeirwonwokmdal
This is one of the times that I need half stars cause this book is worth more than 3 stars but is less than 4 for me, so I'll just have to settle for 3 stars.
The writing,plot and characters in this series is up to point, this book tied up all strings and I certainly love how it ended.Can't believe this is the last book in the series, will definitely miss the characters. Their witty banter and comments is just so hilarious.
“Georgina doesn’t ...more
This is one of my favorite UF series, ever. Admittedly, the first book is the weakest of them all, while book 4 is my favorite. The plot, characters and romance get better and better with each installment.
The love story has an incredible arc and it is absolutely beautiful. You'll need to go all the way to book 6 to find out how it ends, and it is utterly worth it.
Georgina Kincaid is a great strong female character with all her faults. Her insecurities and weaknesses make h ...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
“Do you know the price of one soul, Georgina?”
There's this scene in Pretty Woman where Kit and Vivian are talking by the pool of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. That goes...
Vivian: I just wanna know who it works out for. You give me one example of somebody that we know that it happened for....more
[They start talking over each other.]
Kit: Name someone? You want me to name someone?
Vivian: Yeah, you know a person that it's worked for.
Kit: You want me to, like, give you a name, or so
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 rekindled. ...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 know I'm in the minority here, and I'm sorry about that but I really disliked this book. Please don't get me wrong, I absolutely loved the series, and I loved the ending, I just thought book #6 was not even a book. It was like a short story that began around the 65% mark. The first 65% was fluff, fill, junk or whatever else you want to call it.
So, let me repeat, I'm a huge fan of the series. Loved it. I'll review the book in a bit. I think.
It's December in Succubus Revealed and the new year is about to ring in substantial changes for Georgina. The final book in the series begins with an unexpected and somewhat subversive scenario.
Jerome sighed and set down his fork. "Are you still doing that, Georgie? Don't I suffer enough without having to endure the humiliation of a succubus who moonlights as a Christmas elf?"...more
"You always said I should quit the bookstore and find something else to do,"
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
This is the lowest I've given to any of the books in this series. I gave four to Succubus Shadows, so it should be obvious that I'm usually a fan of this series.
As part of a literature course I've taken at university, we learned authors don't put anything unnecessary in their short stories. Everything in it has a role and meaning because the word count is limited. It's likely we don't extend this principle to longer b ...more
A great story with a great ending, all fans of paranormal romance should abso-f%^king-lutely read it!
Succubus Revealed picks up shortly after the end of Succubus Shadows. Georgina and Seth are *FIN ...more
What was not to adore about ...more
Boom! I made it through the series with my heart intact. Barely.
So, I listened to all six books in the series within a four month period, and I’m incredibly glad I didn’t have to spread them out over years. That would’ve been painful. It was actually super difficult not to go immediately into one right after another, because they are like crack. A-freaking-ddicting! I thoroughly enjoyed each book individually, but also the whole series.
I already knew where it was all heading, but that didn’t at ...more
I laughed, I cried, I rejoiced, I mourned. Mysteries were solved. So much happened, both good and bad. THIS is how a series should end.
Richelle Mead has done it again. She has such an incredible voice. The only thing that stinks about all of this is now I have to wait several months for the final book in the Dark Swan series. Getting to read both Bloodlines and Succubus Revealed within one week of each oth ...more
First off, I must say that I really struggled with reading the early books of this series. I found them kinda boring and never did really like Georgina. Mostly, I hated all the cheating. But once I got to books 4 and 5 I was hooked and had to read this one so I could finally see Seth and Georgina get their HEA after all the crap they went through and did to each other!!
"We both have done terrible things to each other...but also made gr...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.”