Gentlemen Prefer Succubi, by Jill Myles (Pocket Star, 2010)

When Jackie Brighton wakes up in a Dumpster after a particularly vigorous night of drinking and ill-advised cheap, meaningless sex, she doesn’t realize that it’s the end of life as she knew it. Gone is the plain, boring, dissatisfied-with-her-looks museum … Continue reading

Undone, by Rachel Caine (Roc, 2009)

Once, Cassiel was one of the immortal elemental beings known as Djinn: unknowable, alien, and removed from humanity. But for defying Ashan, leader of her kind, she was stripped of her power and cast down to Earth to live as … Continue reading

Trick of the Light, by Rob Thurman (Roc, 2009)

At first glance, one might think Trixa Iktomi to just be a Las Vegas bar owner with dead brother issues and a penchant for burning down a certain demon-run nightclub. One might even think she dabbled in demon-slaying, with the … Continue reading

Succubus Heat, by Richelle Mead (Kensington, 2009)

It’s not easy being a succubus in love. Worse still to be a succubus still suffering from a painful breakup with the love of her life. With author Seth Mortenson out of her love life (and now dating one of … Continue reading

Succubus Dreams, by Richelle Mead (Kensington, 2008)

Even though she’s got the boyfriend of her dreams (fan-favorite writer Seth Mortensen), and a day job she loves (managing a Seattle bookstore), Georgina Kincaid’s life is anything but wine and roses. Maybe, just maybe, it’s because she’s really a … Continue reading

Street Magic, by Caitlin Kittredge (St. Martins, 2009)

When she was sixteen, Pete Caldecott watched a man die, killed by the spirit she helped him summon. Twelve years later, still haunted by that disastrous night, she’s become a Detective Inspector with the London police. Caught up in the … Continue reading

Speak of the Devil, by Jenna Black (Dell, 2009)

Here’s the scoop: exorcist Morgan Kingsley is being sued by a father who blames her for an exorcism that left his son brain-dead. Her license has been suspended, she’s been living out of a suitcase ever since her home was … Continue reading

The Devil's Due, by Jenna Black (Dell Spectra, 2008)

The worst thing any exorcist can do is secretly harbor a demon inside of her. Especially an illegally summoned one. Worse still is when said demon is Lugh, exiled king of the demons, and some very powerful forces are looking … Continue reading

Dancing on the Head of a Pin, by Thomas Sniegoski (Roc, 2009)

The recent death of his wife Maddie has left Boston-based P.I. Remy Chandler in an emotional downward spiral, bereft of one of his major connections to the humanity he’s cultivated for millennia. For Remy’s no ordinary gumshoe; once upon a … Continue reading

Cape Storm, by Rachel Caine (Roc, 2009)

There’s a killer storm coming, and it’s headed right for Miami. To lure it away and prevent unimaginable destruction, Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin and her new husband, the djinn David, have amassed a small army of Weather Wardens and allies, … Continue reading