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Jun 04 2008

Next book on the order list…

Is this one:

Hotter Than Hell Novel Cover

It’s titled Hotter Than Hell by Jackie Kessler…

Another blog posted a blurb about it here.

A small smidge of that review is:

Daunuan is The Prince of Lust and an Incubus with all the sexy charm he needs to make women melt. Daun’s job is to seduce evil people into sleeping with him and calling out his name so he can suck out their soul and bring it to hell. Daun was happy with the Succubus Jezebel, until she left her job in Hell, took on a mortal form and fell in love with a human. Jezebel wants Daun out of her life so she can live her happily ever after with her boyfriend Paul, so Daun is trying to move on and leave his former Succubus in his past.

I honestly am not quite sure what to make of the story really… I mean I can see it sort of but it sounds… Off? Somehow…

Anyway, it’s not that expensive a book and so it’s on the order list for next month…

I’m hoping it’s more than I think it is…

Tera

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    RachaelfromNJ

    Hi Tera! Wow thank you so much for saying I write well and that you love my reviews! :) I love the Succubus picture on the top of your blog.! I’m gonna add you to my blog roll so I will remember to check back on here often! TY again for linking to me, I felt special. :)

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    TeraS

    ^nugs* Actually I love your reviews bunches Rachael… You write very well and I have been peeking in and reading them for a lil while now… It was just that anything with a Succubi or Incubi in it is something that always gets my attention…

    I am going to read it I promise!

    I dun mind lil bits of darkness in the story… I’ve written stuff like that in the past for short stories about Succubi so I understand that it just part of what they are… At least the Traditional ones…

    But then I’m not exactly traditional in my thinking about them…

    *huggles*

    Thank you again!

    Love you bunches!

    Tera

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    RachaelfromNJ

    And I understand your romantisized feelings about Succubuses and Incubuses but their job is to seduce damned people and suck out their soul and bring it to Hell…so it is going to be a little dark at times and not all that romantic. I think the fact that Jackie Kessler found a way to bring romance into this and make a demon look ”good” in the reader’s eyes is a job well done.

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    RachaelfromNJ

    Hi Tera! Thanks for writing me back about this. I was really wondering what you didn’t like and was worried it was something I said in my review. LOL

    Daun DOES feel love in this book. He loves his Succubus that no longer wants him since she is now human and in love with a human. And he is falling for the person he is supposed to take to Hell. There IS alot of love in this book and it isn’t just lust. I just felt that his emotions for Jezebel was a bit obsessive but it’s Daun trying to deal with the aftermath of losing his one true love. I think you would really like this book and I hope you give it a try! :)

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    TeraS

    *hugs* Thank you Rachael… I think what’s bothering me about the book is more a personal thing than anything else… You see… I met my hubby and made a fantasy of his come true by becoming a succubi for him… For us it’s for love and happiness that we have this site and our fantasies…

    What gets to me at times with the way that Succubi and Incubi are protrayed in a lot of books is that they have little chance to have love or experience it… And that to me isn’t right…

    Looking at the Incubi in this book it seems like he’s not in love really… He’s lusting after her… All of the dark emotions start to appear within him and that just bothers me…

    Rambling I know, but it’s hard to put into words…

    Still hoping for the best regardless of my fears about it…

    Tera

  6. avatar
    RachaelfromNJ

    Hi nice blog!
    I really enjoyed this book alot. What did you think sounded off about it?

  7. avatar
    James

    It’s just that your antenna (not to be confused with your horns) is up, Majesty, to the fact that most mass market media is driven by baser commercial motives, and thus results in more sex and gore and less character and art. We shall see about this one, I suppose.

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