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Foreplay: A Succubus Diaries Prequel (The Succubus Diaries) Kindle Edition

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Length: 14 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 306 KB
  • Print Length: 14 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: October 16, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0047GNDXE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,094 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Jill Myles is a pen name for New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Jessica Clare. As Jessica Clare, she writes erotic contemporary romance. As Jessica Sims, she writes fun, sexy shifter paranormals. She also has a third pen name, because three is more fun than two.

As Jill Myles, she writes a little bit of everything, from sexy, comedic urban fantasy to fairy tales gone wrong. Basically, the Jill Myles books are a melting pot of silliness, sexiness, and fun. Which is awesome.

Jill/Jessica (Jillessica!) lives in a teeny tiny town in North Texas that has no Starbucks, which is a cruel and unusual punishment. She spends her time with her husband, pets, and Keurig. Because, coffee = love.

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This "book" is more like the essay or outline to the actual book. It is about two chapters...two short chapters. It does leave you wondering but should be labeled as a teaser
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This story fragment will only be of interest for those who have read the other books.

Typically, a prequel will draw upon an awareness of books set later chronologically while still telling an actual story that can stand on its own. This doesn't do that. It's more like the prologue to a book.

I wish that publishers and authors would be honest about which free items were capable of standing alone and which are only of interest for people who have bought other books in a series.
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This prequel to the Succubus Diaries is a fun, short read. I was curious about what happened that day that Jackie's life changed forever. And I felt I learned a few more details-- but this left me wanting to know even more! It seemed much more was revealed in Zane's Tale. In any case, I do hope that future books in the series will delve more into the beginnings and the motivations of the characters.
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This is a prequel to the Succubus Diaries. Fourteen whole pages of prequel (268 on the Kindle). Please note that I am giving this book a "4" for the great writing and I'm trying not to let my annoyance get in the way.

I received this eBook from the author.

My Take
Myles is a very good writer, and I still feel gypped on this. It's only as long as a start into a chapter, but the amazing part is how much story Myles managed to tell in this extremely short book without actually giving anything away. Just enough to hook ya.

And I have to confess that as curious as I am as to what happens next, I'm too irritated to want to pursue it with the actual start, Gentlemen Prefer Succubi (Succubus Diaries, #1). I'm suspicious that Myles will throw me 28 pages for a full-length novel.

Why would a docent expect to get a job as a museum coordinator? Am I totally ignorant of what docents do in a museum?

Myles made good use of Jackie's drunkenness to set her up for whatever is coming next. It's also a good excuse as to why she doesn't tell us what's going on.

The only way I know there's a succubus involved is through the series name. At least...I'm assuming there's a succubus. Maybe by chapter 3...?

The Story
All her dreams are smashed. Two years of putting up with her boss, no raise, all in the hopes of snagging her dream job as the Museum Coordinator.

Nine martinis later, Jackie is still feeling the pain until she meets up with that pretty flare of light in the alley.
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I thought that this was a good book because I have always wanted to know how Jackie became a Succubus. I am excited to read the last book in the series since her other books were so interesting. I also thought that this was a good book because unlike other books I have read by other authors from the ebooks store she didn't have any grammatical errors.
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I enjoyed the way this book was worded but it was left on a pretty large cliff hanger and a lot of questions are unanswered. My advice is, for a quick read it's half and half but don't bother starting unless you buy every copy of her future works since they seem to be all connected.
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MY REVIEW
I downloaded this mini-novella prequel from Amazon.co.uk free!
This book is basically the story of how Jackie Brighton was turned into a succubus. It begins with Jackie sat in the office at work, waiting to hear if she ahs got her dream job, the one she has been working for, for two years. Actually Jackie is told that she hasn't got the job. Even tough Jackie has the academic qualifications needed for the job she is passed over.
So Jackie's mood is what you would probably say is low. She decides to go to the pub and drink her troubles away. Finally she is asked to leave as she has drunk enough! Jackie leaves the pub and then makes the decision that changes her life. She decides to take a shortcut down an alley and meets a mysterious man......the man who will become her master. I don't want to go into anymore detail as I think you should read this for yourselves
So did I enjoy the book? Yes, Would I recommend the book? Yes, even though the title suggest, it is not steamy really, yes there's sex but its not detailed or done in a really graphic way. (Hope that makes sense) Would I read more of the series? I'd give it a go yes. Would I read more by Jill Myles?...mm.. Yes.
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It seems to me that a lot of readers seem to think that free books should have a lot of substance. In fact, it's quite the contrary. 90% of free books have absolutely no purpose other then starting off a good night, or killing a few minutes. So going into a short story you got for free, and expecting it to paint a picture is completely unreasonable.

When you open this book, you will find a very nice and smooth writing style, and a pretty decent slice of a much bigger story. But it does have a pretty abrupt ending that leaves you wondering what just happened. But that is entirely up to the reader to decide whether or not it's worth it to continue.
I thought the story was okay, but the problem with short freebies, is that the offshoots tend to be equally short, and lead you into another purchase you otherwise wouldn't make. I suggest getting this story and deciding for yourself whether or not it's good.
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