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Seduce (A Succubus Kiss Novel) (Volume 1) Paperback – March 17, 2015
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About the Author
Jennifer Snyderlives in North Carolina where she spends most of her time writing New Adult andYoung Adult Fiction, reading, and struggling to stay on top of housework. Sheis a tea lover with an obsession for Post-it notes and smooth writing pens.Jennifer lives with her husband and two children, who endure listening to songsthat spur inspiration on repeat and tolerate her love for all paranormal,teenage-targeted TV shows.
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Kenna has morals and that was something I really enjoyed. Randall still has me curious and so does Sage. I want to love Sage, but I feel like there might be ulterior motives there. Dex is awesome! I wish everyone could have a werewolf friend like Dex!
The only thing I didn't like about the book, was the pacing. I felt like the build up came too late and then it just stopped. There was no sort of resolution to tie everything together. I don't mean that it was just a cliffhanger. The story needed more punch throughout with some sort of resolution in the end, even if it was stopping with a cliffhanger.
Overall, I love Jennifer's writing and am looking forward to book 2! This book gets 4 glittery stars!
Seduce provides a very interesting twist on the typical paranormal storyline. Kenna is a reluctant supernatural who isn’t comfortable with the behavior of her kind. Most succubi just feed without much thought or care. They enjoy the thrill of the experience. Kenna has managed to find a balance between keeping herself alive and also remaining true to her moral compass. She keeps very specific guidelines for who she will feed on and hopes to make men better people by removing their worst qualities when she does feed. It’s really a neat take on a succubus.
In addition to dealing with being a succubus, Kenna is also struggling with the same things a lot of young women are…trying to find a boyfriend, working to support herself while she tries to start her own design business and balancing friendships and a very strained relationship with her mother. You really end up wanting to be best friends with Kenna and hang out on Friday nights because she is so relatable despite being supernatural.
Seduce introduces several characters who are part of Kenna’s adventure. Sage, a slightly conceded but lovable vampire, is a coworker and close friend of Kenna. Dex, a goofy but sexy werewolf, is also friends with the girls. And the extremely interesting Randal Vincient, who has ties to Sage. Randal is an ancient vampire whom Dracula is based on. He’s pretty much a rockstar in the supernatural world.
This part of the series really focuses on reintroducing you to Kenna and her lifestyle. You also get to see Sage and Dex interact with her as their friendships grow and evolve. Kenna is working, getting new design jobs, and spending time with her friends. She also meets the elusive Randal and he becomes an interesting possibility for love. However, Kenna’s hopeful perspective is stolen away when she is attacked by another supernatural being that brings up memories of the past for Randal. When Randal walks away, Sage and Dex step up to stand by Kenna’s side. There is a big cliffhanger to keep you in suspense until book two.
I really enjoy the writing style of Seduce. It’s an easy but entertaining read. Jenn creates a very interesting plot line that has amazing character development and plenty of twists to keep it interesting. But she doesn’t overly complicate the story where you have a lot to keep up with. Some stories get so complex that you constantly feel the need to go back and fact check. Jenn has found a wonderful balance of enough details to keep you deep in the story without drowning in it.
Seduce is a 5 star read. I highly recommend this book for anyone who a paranormal romance fan. Even if you generally don’t like the paranormal, this could still be a good read for you. The characters are really well rounded and you will relate to them on levels beyond their supernatural status.
Kenna is just getting use to living in a world of Supernatural's, after finding out the year before she is a succubus. Now lets add a breathtaking vampire, a handsome, witty werewolf and a sinister wraith and you have yourself one heck of a story.
As this story unfolds you find yourself wanting to be best-friends with Kenna and Sage. You just find yourself connecting with Kenna, even though you have never been a succubus. Dex, the handsome, witty, werewolf is such a great character. You will find yourself wanting to date him; or at least want to hang out with him. Randal, the too good to be true, vampire will have most readers infatuated, but I'm a werewolf gal and Randal was just too "perfect" for my liking.
This was a great Supernatural read.
There were a couple things I didn't like and in fairness of leaving an honest review I should mention them.
A little more editing could have been done. There were places what words were omitted and others where the wrong word was used. This is very minor to the wonderfulness of this book. Also I disliked Dex ending every sentence or paragraph.
I highly recommend this book, but be warned it ends with a cliffhanger so be prepared to have to wait for the next installment.
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