Succubus Unleashed, An Urban Fantasy / Paranormal Romance (Telepathic Clans #2) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Book 2 of the Telepathic Clans Saga, the sequel to the multiple 5-star reviewed The Succubus Gift.

It's not easy being a succubus.

Brenna O'Donnell and Rebecca Healy continue their integration into the Clan. Learning more about their Gifts and always seeking someone who will love them. After a crash course in learning about her genetic heritage, Brenna O'Donnell has ...
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Succubus Unleashed, An Urban Fantasy / Paranormal Romance (Telepathic Clans #2)

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Overview

Book 2 of the Telepathic Clans Saga, the sequel to the multiple 5-star reviewed The Succubus Gift.

It's not easy being a succubus.

Brenna O'Donnell and Rebecca Healy continue their integration into the Clan. Learning more about their Gifts and always seeking someone who will love them. After a crash course in learning about her genetic heritage, Brenna O'Donnell has discovered what it really means to be a succubus and has learned to embrace her strange Gift. Her major concern is whether Collin will accept her for what she is. As she adjusts to telepathic society, others in the Clan have plans that will strip the last of her freedom.

The social season is around the corner, including events that Brenna never imagined in her wildest dreams. The succubi, representatives of the Goddess on earth, are at the center of an ancient worship. And if a girl is going to be the center of attention, then obviously she needs a new dress.

Between the romance and glistening balls of the Clan's social events, Brenna and Rebecca discover life is not secure. Telepaths from other Clans are kidnapping young girls and selling them into slavery.

A continuation of what one reviewer called an, "... utterly heart stopping onslaught of sex, violence and paranormal abilities ..."
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Editorial Reviews

Night Owl Reviews - Hillary Hitherandthee
Succubus Unleashed is a wildly entertaining novel, full of the same dynamic and enchanting characters from The Succubus Gift. The story begins at a very rapid pace and never slows down. The adventure is full throttle. I have read both of the books, and with each one, the story gets better and better. Fans of The Succubus Gift will adore Succubus Unleashed as much as I did. I am eagerly awaiting the third novel to see where the adventures of Brenna and her crew will take them.
A Succubi's Tale - Tera S.
Overall, it is a story that is well told and well written, a nice companion piece to the first book in this series and I expect that many of the questions that are bugging me at the end of this story will be addressed in the next part of the series when it appears...

Another five out of five pitchforks ... Wonderful story, lovely characters, and the Succubi are what I think of as the best kind of Succubi.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014638210
  • Publisher: BR Kingsolver
  • Publication date: 6/26/2012
  • Series: Telepathic Clans , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 284
  • Sales rank: 282,417
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

I made silver and turquoise jewelry for almost a decade, ended up in nursing school, then took a master’s in business. Along the way I worked in construction, as a newspaper editor, a teacher, and somehow found a career working with computers.

I love the outdoors, especially the Rocky Mountains. I’ve skied since high school and I’ve hiked and camped all my life. I love to travel, though I haven’t done enough of it. I’ve seen a lot of Russia and Mexico, not enough of England. Amsterdam is amazing, and the Romanian Alps are breathtaking. Lake Tahoe is a favorite, and someday I’d like to see Banff in Canada.

I have a very significant other, two cats and two Basset Hounds. I’m currently living in Baltimore, nine blocks from the harbor, but still own a home in New Mexico that I see too infrequently.
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  • Posted July 14, 2012

    First off, I actually read this as a beta reading copy. I know a

    First off, I actually read this as a beta reading copy. I know a few things have changed, but the story is the same and I feel confident in letting folks know what I over-all thought of it. I’ll also admit that I helped do the cover art and blurb, so I’m not entirely not-involved but I think I can write an objective review.

    So, on with it…

    This is the second book in the Telepathic Clans Saga. I posted my review on Goodreads about the first one, which I had several issues with. However, I beta read the second book and was pleasantly surprised. I had trouble getting into the first until maybe half way through, but then it got me. The second book did a better job of grabbing and holding me all the way through.

    I found the world of the telepathic clans to be fascinating, and I liked a succubus as the main character. I found it different and fun. I loved the polyamorous angles to the opinions of certain characters about love, sex, dating and life. It needs to be seen more in mainstream fiction. Not as The Big Deal as some menage romances, but just as a different way of life, of being. The open sexuality for women and men alike was wonderful. Just… it’s a part of who we are. And when you’re a succubus, even more!

    The ball/party halfway through nearly made me take a cold shower.

    But what I liked a lot better about this book was that we see all of these characters loving the MC, Brenna, but in this one we’re shown why more than we’re told why, which was an issue I had with the last book. I felt like that aspect was Tell rather than Show, but this fixed that and I felt better connected to Brenna. Rebecca was kickass. I’m still not sure I feel this is a “romance” per se, since while the first book felt more like a coming of age story, this was more a political world-builder, and coming into one’s own.

    Still, it was a good paced read with a fascinating world. I have the third book waiting on me to beta read it and I’m looking forward to it! This is a solid 4 star tale.

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