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Gentlemen Prefer Succubi

Gentlemen Prefer Succubi

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Who Knew An Angel Could Get A Girl In So Much Devilish Trouble?

Jackie Brighton woke up in a Dumpster this morning, and her day has only gotten weirder. Her familiar B-cups have somehow become double Ds, her sex drive is insatiable, and apparently she had her fi rst one-night stand ever...with a fallen angel. All she remembers is gorgeous Noah's oddly hypnotic blue eyes...and then a dark stranger whose bite transformed her into an immortal siren with a sexy Itch. With help from Noah, Jackie begins to adapt to her new lifestyle -- until she accidentally sends Noah into the deadly clutches of the vampire queen and lands herself in a fi erce battle for an ancient halo with the queen's wickedly hot righthand man. Who just happens to be the vampire who originally bit her. How's a girl supposed to save the world when the enemy's so hard to resist?
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  • Pocket Star | 
  • 368 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781416572824 | 
  • December 2009
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CHAPTER ONE

It had obviously been one hell of a night if I couldn’t recall why I was waking up in a Dumpster.

I blinked a few times, staring at the sky overhead. A Dumpster? Surely not. But between the flies, the stench, and the garbage bags surrounding me, I didn’t know what else it could be. My left hand rested on something clammy and wet, and I hoped that it was an old newspaper and not something more sinister. I didn’t even want to think about what was tickling my bare toes.

I sat up, cradling my throbbing head and trying to think. What the hell had happened? I didn’t normally find... see more

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Jill Myles
Q. how did you come to write Gentlemen Prefer Succubi?

A. This book actually started out as a really bad pun. I was at lunch with my sister, and we were discussing vampire books. I'd started writing a book about angels, but something wasn't 'gelling'. She suggested I write about vampires, and made a joke about vampires being blood starved. I couldn't let her have the last word (never!) and so I made a joke back about how they would be 'sex starved' too. And then it sort of hit me that maybe some vampires needed sex to survive, instead of blood. And that, of course, made it not a vampire after all, but a succubus. IDEA! The rest sort of spiraled out from there. (So much for careful brilliance!)

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