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Released: October 16, 2010
Series: Succubus Diaries #0.5
Published by Jill Myles
Having already read book 1 in the series, I really enjoyed Foreplay. If you haven’t, then it’s definetely the best place to start as it gives you a bit of background information on how Jackie managed to get herself turned into a succubus while being down on her luck.
Talk about having the worst day of your life? You get passed over for a job promotion, because of your looks basically, you try to drown your sorrows away in 2 martinis or 8. And then you are bitten by a vampire! And you manage to end up having hot amazing sex with a total sexy stranger… all night long!
But then somehow you find yourself in a dumpster, in an alley, and you’re supposed to believe that you’re now a succubus, who had sex with a fallen angel. Ha! As if!
Oh the tough life of a succubus who doesn’t know what the hell she is!
This was a short, cute and very entertaining read. You’ll want to read more about Jackie and Noah 😉
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