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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Review: Kiss Me , Kill You - Larissa Hardesty


Kiss Me, Kill You

Review: Kiss Me , Kill You - Larissa Hardesty - June 2017

For Emmy, your firsts should be special and be with the ones you love and care about. All Emmy wanted was to be normal and one of the popular girls. She had a crush on a classmate as any normal sixteen-year-old girl would. Emmy decided to brave it and ask him out with the help of her best friend. Emmy is rejected and takes it to heart, but what she doesn't realize is that she is not human and is about to come into her powers and with that comes great responsibility. Emmy and her best friend are Succubi, just like their mothers - the only difference between them though is that Emmy has no idea whereas her friend has been raised this way since birth.  Paul has been sent to watch over Emmy but what happens when Emmy turns sixteen, and her first kiss ends deadly with Jake ending up in a coma? Now Emmy must decide to follow the succubus way of life otherwise she will discover that there are dire consequences ahead in store for those she loves the most. I have to admit; I found Emmy's character frustrating as she was so whiny and it's like seriously just accept who you are and work it out and get over it as you can't change it. I have to admit I wasn't keen on Melinda either as HELLO; she should have told her daughter from the start and that way her daughter might have known what to expect and not be so anti who she is. 
If you loved Richelle Mead's Succubus series and wanting a similar book but aimed more at the YA Audience, then check out Larissa Hardesty's Kiss Me, Kill You.

 


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