Review brought to you by OBS staff member Deannerenee
Living as a succubus has a bit of a learning curve, but with sexy fallen angel Noah to scratch her sensual Itch, Jackie Brighton is finally starting to feel ahead of the game. She almost doesn’t miss her gorgeous vampire master Zane – or his sinful, teasing mouth. She’s trying to convince herself of that, anyway.
But Jackie’s past mistakes catch up with her, spinning her life out of control once more. Just as her friend Remy’s inner demon comes out to play, Noah and Jackie are arrested by the angelic Serim Council. When Jackie seizes the chance to escape, she falls right into Zane’s waiting arms. As she’s pulled into a game of cat and mouse between vampires and angels, she finds she must also finally choose between the two men in her life. Can she decide between Noah and Zane, or will she lose everything she’s ever wanted? Because there’s more at stake than just her heart… source
Jackie and friends are back in the third book of The Succubus Diaries and she is up to her eyes in trouble, again. Jackie and Noah have been arrested by the Serim council and to beat the charges laid against her she has to track down her possessed friend Remy to try and get the halo. Sounds easy, but we all know if it sounds too good to be true it usually is. Jackie has no idea on how to find Remy. When her path crosses with Zane, the encounter puts her on the right path to find Remy. Jackie soon realizes that it is her blood that will lead a possessed Remy to her.
Through it all Jackie has come to find the truth of why she was turned into a Succubus, and she is not happy about it. Despite all the trouble and hurt feelings she makes a decision about which man is for her…and she is willing to give him up and to let him go to the one she believes is his true love.
I have to say that this was my favorite book out of the three. Jackie as always was up to her eyes in trouble, but she has grown and has become more than I expected. I found the story stronger than the previous book. I enjoyed the continued humor. I would give the book a solid 8 out 10.