Georgina Kincaid is an urban fantasy book series comprising six novels written by Richelle Mead. The series is written in a first-person perspective following the main character, Georgina Kincaid, who is a succubus with a heart working at a local book store, Emerald City Books & Cafe.
- Succubus Blues
- Succubus on Top
- Succubus Dreams
- Succubus Heat
- Succubus Shadows
- Succubus Revealed
- City of Demons
Succubus Blues is the first novel in the series. It introduces the character of Georgia Kincaid, an immortal (though still very human) succubus, her coworkers at her human job, and her damned co-workers at her real job. Despite her wholesome and dull position at a Seattle bookstore, Georgia is in fact charged with tempting men to sin so that she can score points for team Hell, and recharge her own personal magical essence. The status quo is upset when her favorite author comes to town for a book signing and immortals around her start inexplicably dying.
Film rights for Succubus Blues have been sold to Fox TV.
Succubus on Top
Succubus on Top is the second novel in the series.
Succubus Dreams is the third novel in the series.
Succubus Heat is the fourth novel in the series.RT Book Reviews found it amusing but said the plot dragged; they awarded 3 stars. It was 4th equal in Publishers Weekly's BHB Reader’s Choice Best Books of 2009.
Succubus Shadows is the fifth novel in the series.
Succubus Revealed is the sixth novel in the series.
City of Demons
City of Demons is a novella in the Georgina Kincaid series. It is found in the anthology, Eternal Lover and takes place between the second ("on Top") and third ("Dreams") titles.
- Bond, Gwenda (05/25/2009). "When Love Is Strange: Romance Continues its Affair with the Supernatural". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 28 November 2012. "Richelle Mead's urban fantasy series featuring shape-shifting demon Georgina Kincaid take off; its fourth book, Succubus Heat, comes out in June."
- "They vant to read her books". Kalamazoo Gazette. 2009-09-20.
- "Succubus Heat (review)". RT Book Reviews. Retrieved 28 November 2012.
- Vey, Barbara (November 12th, 2009). "BHB Reader’s Choice Best Books of 2009". Publishers Weekly. Retrieved 28 November 2012.
- Anthologies - Richelle Mead's website