Arc review – Kiss me, Kill you by Larissa C Hardesty

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June 11, 2017 by ceresbooksworld


Kiss me, Kill you by Larissa C. Hardesty

Publisher: Entangled Teen

Publication date: June 12th,2017

Source: eArc from the publisher

Rating: 3 hearts





First kisses should be legendary—not deadly.

Emmy Duivel believes in true love: heart-stopping kisses, candlelight dinners, and a connection that lasts forever. But not the kind of kisses that land your date in the hospital. Emmy always knew she was different, but not in the supernatural sense. Not in the succubus sense.

Paul Andinn had only one job: watch over Emmy and make sure she doesn’t expose the supernatural world. It should have been easy, but the moment he looked away, she kissed that boy, and everything changed.

He should be more upset. But he can’t. Not when he’s falling hard for her.


Emmy has always been lonely, she’s not the girl on whom the boys turn. After her first kiss with Jake, he finds himself in the hospital and doubts settles in her. Her best friend, Lili is a magnet to boy, she attracts everything that moves. Emmy’s mother never told her she was a succubus and Emmy will struggle with the truth.

Emmy is not attracted to Jake but by Paul, she went out with Jake partly through disappointment and also to make him jealous. Which works pretty well.

The succubus and incubus must feed every day from the age of 16 years. Then they must give the Power a minimum soul per month. Emmy is going to have a lot to learn and she’s going to have a hard time digesting all this information.

Emmy is young and naive; she has confidence in everyone and isn’t suspicious of anything. I sympathize with her because she discovers what she is and it doesn’t enchant her at all. I don’t know what to think of Emmy, she doesn’t always make the right decisions but it’s also due to her being a succubus.

Paul is an incubus, he’s kind and caring, unfortunately he’s a servant of Power and the demon Z is not friendly to him. He’s doing all he can to protect Emmy and not fall in love with her but feelings are hard to restrain.

The story is interesting and reads rather quickly, I didn’t necessarily hang on to the character of Emmy, I liked Paul and Aunikah. The world of succubus and incubus could have been a little more developed but we still understand the story.

I don’t know if there will be a second book but that door remains definitively open.

Quick word: An interesting story that deserves more deepening on the subject.






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