- Mass Market Paperback: 335 pages
- Publisher: Pocket Star (January 19, 2010)
With a hot new figure, her dream job as an archaeologist, and two gorgeous boyfriends to scratch her seductive Itch -- an angel and a vampire -- Jackie Brighton is totally getting the hang of life as a succubus. Then she accidentally knocks the pizza guy unconscious with her touch. Great -- she's cursed. After striking a deal to get the curse lifted by a crafty demon, Jackie and her best friend Remy take a road trip to deliver a cryptic message to the nation's oldest succubus. Unfortunately, neither of her jealous lovers is talking to Jackie right now, and due to the curse, she's desperate to get her Itch scratched very soon. Their journey gets weirder with every mile -- demonic possession, a charming stalker, a cryptic warning -- and when they get to New Orleans, Jackie discovers a dangerous catch to her supernatural bargain. Someone wants her dead -- again. Can a brainy vixen in a miniskirt outsmart the forces of evil?
I love road trip hi-jinks so I was really excited to read this book since Remy and Jackie end up going on a road trip to New Orleans. Jackie is cursed and is desperate to get rid of it before it kills her. As a succubus she must have sex at least once every 2 days, but with the curse that time frame keeps getting smaller and smaller. They hit a lot of snags on their way to New Orleans, not to mention that they are being followed. Both of Jackie's boyfriends seem to be keeping a lot of secrets from her which causes some problems. With a little communication a lot of these issues could be cleared up...but that would just be too easy wouldn't it. Although there is drama, action, and some extremely sexy men, there is actually a lot of humor. Jackie is a pretty witty character and when Remy isn't being possessed by a former angel turned vampire she is kind of hilarious too. If you read and enjoyed the first in the series you won't be disappointed in this book. As a matter of fact I enjoyed this one a little bit more...like I said, road trip hi-jinks are the best.