Book Review: Succubi Like it Hot by: Jill Myles

Summary: With a flirtatious new figure, her dream job as an archaeologist, and two gorgeous boyfriends to scratch her seductive Itch—an angel and a vampire—Jackie Brighton is totally getting the hang of life as a succubus.

Then her need for sex spirals out of control, and she accidentally knocks the pizza guy unconscious with her touch. Great, she’s cursed. Unfortunately, neither of her jealous lovers is exactly talking to her right now.

So after Jackie strikes a deal with a crafty demon, she and her best friend Remy take a cross-country road trip to deliver a cryptic message to the nation’s oldest succubus (who doesn’t look a day over eighteen.) Their journey gets weirder with every mile—demonic possession, a charming stalker, a deadly hotel room warning—but when they get to New Orleans, Jackie discovers a dangerous catch to her supernatural bargain. Someone wants her dead (again), but has she been sleeping with the enemy?

Or do the forces of evil think they’re some kind of match for a vixen in a miniskirt?

Yet again, WOW! This book was just as good, if not better, than the first book in the 'Succubus Diaries' series, Gentlemen Prefer Succubi. Most the character were the same in this book as the last, with the addition of a couple new ones, along with a few surprises. The plot moved a lot quicker than in the last book as well. Jackie has finally started turning into a kick ass women, as well as employing the use of her brain, thank goodness.

I am somewhat worried about some of the consequences that are doubtless to come about from some of the happenings and decisions made in this book. I am worried about Jackie's relationships with Zane and Noah as well. But...I, just as everyone else, will have to wait to find out what happens. This book was a wonderful read. Go get it!

Received from: Purchased at Books-A-Million
For more information or for purchasing visit Jill Myles webpage.

I give this book 5/5 stars. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

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Monica S.

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