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Succubus Revealed (Georgina Kincaid, Book 6) Paperback – September 1, 2011
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- Item Weight : 9.1 ounces
- Paperback : 288 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0758232012
- ISBN-13 : 978-0758232014
- Product Dimensions : 5.57 x 0.81 x 8.23 inches
- Publisher : Kensington; Original Edition (September 1, 2011)
- Reading level : 18 and up
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #293,817 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Anyone who read books 3-5 of the series should have picked up on what this final volume was going to do as far as resolution to the whole Georgina/Seth drama, but it's always satisfying to see it played out in the author's own words (at least for me). Most of the loose ends are wrapped up in this volume, though a few are left out there, perhaps intentionally or perhaps not.
There are many silly parts to this book, as other reviewers have mentioned but I don't mind those as I think they keep this book (and series) light and fun to read. It's good to have the comic relief to all the angsty/high drama moments. I appreciate that there was a firm conclusion to this series rather than it being drawn out forever. Thanks for the fun reads!
Of course, Succubus Revealed is when Georgina finally finds out why Seattle seems to be the center of every supernatural problem recently. And more over, why she and Seth are constantly being meddled with. This is also when we really get to see how close Georgina and her group of demon friends are. Theoretically, they're evil, but they all band together and help her in any way they can, even if no one really wants to go against Hell.
I don't want to give too much away, but Succubus Revealed is a happy ending for this up and down series. Not everything is resolved with a nice bow, but I did shed plenty of tears throughout. Both happy ones and sad ones.
Georgina has taken a job as one of Santa's elves after her quitting Emerald City Books and Cafe when her co-workers found out about her cheating with Seth on Maddie. She accidentally runs into Janice, one of her previous co-workers. After a reminder from Peter, she buys boxed wine for his fondue party and goes to his apartment. Still taken aback from when Seth called her "Letha" a month ago, she asks her friends if they told him her name, but they all deny it.
When Georgina returns to Seth's condo, she kisses Terry, Seth's brother, and mistakes him for Seth. Margaret, Seth's mom, almost hits Georgina with a baseball hat until Seth returns home and the misunderstanding is cleared up. The next morning, Georgina receives an official transfer letter that transfers her to Las Vegas. She looks for Jerome to see if there's some misunderstanding, but finds Carter instead, who tells her if the transfer was real, there's a reason and if there was a reason, then Georgina's been doing something Hell doesn't approve of.
Georgina meets Seth and Terry at the twins' school to pass out cupcakes. She notes that only one kid picked Terry's vegan, gluten-free cupcakes and it was probably on a dare. While back on her job as Santa's elf, Hugh tells her that Milton had recently been in Boulder, a dark shaman died "under mysterious circumstances." Georgina suspects Milton might be behind Erik's death, but Hugh reminds her that there's no hard evidence.
Jerome confirms Georgina's relocation to Las Vegas, and dismisses her concerns about Seth and his family. After his visit, Roman becomes suspicious about how sudden Georgina's transfer is and wonders at Hell's motives. When Georgina mentions she asked her friends if they'd told Seth about her previous name, Roman suspects there's a link between that and the sudden transfer.
Georgina makes a weekend trip to Las Vegas, where she meets her future boss Luis. She's given a suite and her roommate is revealed to be Bastien. They go to Sparkles and meet up with another succubus named Phoebe, whom Bastien has a crush on. Phoebe introduces Georgina to Mattien, the dance company manager, and Georgina is given a job as a dancer after a quick audition. Afterwards, Georgina, Phoebe and Bastien visit a magic show where Jambini, an imp, calls Georgina up to the stage. She shape-shifts her clothing behind a curtain and amazes the crowd.
She returns to Seattle and spends time with the Mortensens before returning to her apartment with Roman. After hearing about Las Vegas, Roman is sure that there's a reason why her best immortal friend "happens" to also have been hired by her favorite boss and declares there must be a conspiracy.
Later when visiting the Mortensens, it's apparent that Andrea's condition has gotten worst. Kayla asks Georgina to keep away "the Darkness" that visits Andrea and Georgina suspects that there's been some dark force visiting. At bowling practice, she asks Carter to go with her to the Mortensens', and he shows up dressed as Santa. Carter tells Georgina a demon made Andrea worse, and that he can temporarily heal her, but he could be encouraging Andrea's limo state by doing so. Georgina asks Carter to heal her and he does.
Roman has Georgina bring Seth in for hypnosis with Hugh and she watches as Seth describes his lives as Luc, Etienne, Robert, Niccolo, Andrew, and Kyriakos. Seth remembers that Letha is Georgina and is heartbroken and angry remembering her cheating on him as Letha with Ariston. She listens to Hugh and Roman puzzle out Seth's contract with Hell and only reminds them of her own contract, too heartbroken by what happened with Seth. She eventually finds Seth at the Mortensens' and asks him for details of his contract, but he only remembers that he'd be allowed to find her. He asks her to leave, and she does.
Georgina attends the bowling competition with her teammates. Their team eventually wins. Seth goes to her in the parking lot, but before they can talk, Georgina is hit by a car and her soul goes to Hell for the trial regarding her contract. Carter and Roman arrive, and Georgina reluctantly accepts Roman as her lawyer, since after the trial he'd be "subject to the whims of Hell."
Roman argues that Georgina's contract was violated and another was drawn up "under false pretenses." After reading Seth's contract, Georgina realizes that Niphon brokered both contracts, and Roman points out Niphon should've known the contracts conflict with each other. She is released, and goes on to live out her life as a human.
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I felt the beginning of the book was a bit rushed but then that kind of works with the storyline. Hell has to get Georgina out of Seattle before she figures everything out so they rush to put a plan together. The whole bowling tournament was an amusing side story running along the main drama too.
I did still feel that Georgina was being a bit blind with everything going on. You had to have Roman spelling it out to her before she believes any of it. Seth finding everything out via hypnosis was really well written. You can feel the raw emotions from both him and Georgina coming right off the page.
I loved the court scenes - such an interesting way of getting your contract looked at. Roman was great and proved he would do anything to help Georgina. Only negative is that you don't know what has happened to him.
Loved Carter throughout the whole series and always thought he was playing a role in Seth and Georgina's romance in some way. Glad things are cleared up in the end.
All in all a good read - so if you have started it i would recommend pushing on to finish the series so you know how it all ends :)
So if you haven't already read any of the books in this series, then I highly recommend!
From the start you can feel that this book is going to have an explosive ending as Georgina ends up in Hells court with unlikely allies and lawyer. A loop hole has been found in her Soul Contract.
A beautiful ending that brings all the little comments throughout the series together, I think this is the only book in the series you could not read as a standalone.
The climax was one of those "I saw that coming from a mile away", but it wasn't lame or upsetting
I could easily read this series over again many times, so lovely, so funny and wonderfully circular.
this book we have past lives and all the usual supernatural happenings HOWEVER with this book as with some others that are a final book in the series i found the ending kind of rushed it feels like instead of tying it up in a nice bow some that there some knots in there to, i hate the unexplained Roman issue i liked him and thought that he was the man from her dream as she claimed him to be in past books