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Kiss Me, Kill You by [Hardesty, Larissa C.]
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Language: English

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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.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1288 KB
  • Print Length: 307 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Crave (12 June 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0719PN1SV
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #253,610 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book was an absolute delight! I'm not really sure what I was expecting, but Kiss Me, Kill You was such a fun, amazing and cute read that I couldn't recommend it enough, especially if you're looking for a different sort of supernatural story, then this book is definitely for you.

The aspect of this book which really made it for me was the inner voices and banter of the characters. They were just such a delight to read. I loved reading Emmy and Paul especially! There dialogue really made this book for me, and enhanced the plot overall (otherwise, it might have dragged in places) but I just couldn't help but be swept up in the world, story and crazy stuff going down because I became so invested in the characters so quickly - huge round of the applause for the author there, that is a tough thing to do and not everyone succeeds.

The plot was fast and fun - I liked how the author dealt with the mythology for succubus and all the reveals and stuff. The reactions were realistic and thoughtful. I actually really liked how the villain component worked out (I'm not saying much, because spoilers) and I found the development to be really organic and natural. I understood why that happened, so I could respect it and it didn't just feel like a generic this person is evil villain background, so *claps again*

I also liked the romance! Yes, it is a little insta-love, I didn't mind it at all and felt it was handled really well. I think that may have been because there was an implied friendship between the two before the book started, so it made more sense to me as a reader.

The ending was suitably fascinating and I'm curious to find out what happens next for the characters facing the next set of challenges!
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5.0 out of 5 stars A unique paranormal romance! 13 June 2017
By M. Macijauskas - Published on
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Kiss Me, Kill You is a unique paranormal romance/adventure/coming of age tale. Instead of just dealing with being a teenager, fifteen-year-old Emmy also has to tackle the reality that she and her mom (and her best friend) are Succubae (sp?). Emmy has a big ol' crush on Paul, the boy who sits next to her in history class, who turns out to be an Incubus sent to watch her progress as she transitions to a fully empowered Succubus. Making life miserable are "the Powers," demonic beings who pull the strings from a nether world and who demand Succubae deliver one soul a month to them. In other words, Emmy will have to learn to kill a boy every month or suffer horrible consequences.

The story is fun and quick paced, driven by the forbidden romance between Emmy and Paul. They make a great couple! I loved the conflict between them, as they grappled with the difficulties facing their relationship. I enjoyed this fresh take on Succubus/Incubus mythology and am VERY eager to find out what happens next with these two!
5.0 out of 5 stars Bummed I finished the book! 18 June 2017
By Shayne - Published on
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The only thing wrong with this book, is that I finished reading it and now have to wait to see if/when the next one will be released! Ironically enough- considering the premise- the characters are relatable (even if 16 was 14+ years ago!) and unlike other books, the ending kept me guessing. Definitely a must read!
4.0 out of 5 stars Good read 17 June 2017
By Opekoetea - Published on
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A great teen romance with all of the angst and self doubt that teenagers in love struggle with. The supernatural aspect made it fun. I want to read the next book to see what will happen with the characters.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Kill You” is one of the best YA supernatural romances I have read in a while 12 June 2017
By Olivia F. - Published on
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“Kiss Me, Kill You” is one of the best YA supernatural romances I have read in a while! We follow Emmy and Paul in alternating viewpoints. Paul is an incubus who has been following Emmy for “The Powers” (which seem to be some sort of demon). Emmy is a succubus who doesn’t know it- but she’s about to come into her heritage when she turns 16 in a week. Her mother, Melinda, is also a succubus but has raised Emmy to be a normal teenager. All of that is about to change.

Emmy doesn’t know anything about her or her family/friend’s true natures, and she has a huge crush on Paul. When he turns her down, she’s so disappointed that she accepts a date from another guy at school, Jake. The date goes awry when Emmy’s powers kick in and he falls over when they are kissing. Thrust into a new world, Emmy is resistant and doesn’t know what to believe anymore, but she is unwilling to do the forced killing once a month for a soul to give to The Powers. To add on, she knows she shouldn’t want Paul, but it’s really hard to stay away. Paul is dealing with similar feelings- he must answer to the powers, but his feelings for Emmy are growing out of control.

The romance between Emmy and Paul was incredible, and this part of the book really shines. Considering Emmy is 15 years old, her attitude was pretty accurate. She seemed older in some ways and really young in others- for instance, although she can weigh relationships and her own feelings very well, she refuses to listen when anyone tries to tell her the truth about things and is constantly running away from them. The world building here was pretty limited for mostly that reason.

We get feelings/tidbits about the world in which the succubae/incubi exist and The Powers that control them, but we have relatively little information about their existence and why they have to serve The Powers (e.g. just that they will torture them if not/why do they need souls?). There are a lot of questions about the situations and their existence/purpose that are not really clear. The ending was pretty open, so I am really hopeful that the sequels will contain more information about their existence/history and links between The Powers and them.

As a heads up, this book may be better for older teens as there are some pretty intense making out scenes (no sex though). There is also a hint of a would-be date rapist that others shrug off and is supposedly related to being a succubus, but this is stopped by someone else- a good warning to have though for people who might be sensitive to it.

Overall, I really enjoyed it, and it definitely stands out in the YA supernatural romance category. I will eagerly anticipate sequels!! Please note that I received an ARC from the publisher through netgalley. All opinions are my own.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Kiss Me, Kill You 14 June 2017
By Carrie G. - Published on
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Fifteen year old Emmy Duivel wants to find a romance that will live up to the ones in the books she secretly reads from the library. What Emmy doesn't know though is that her promiscuous best friend, her mother and her friend's mother are all in on a secret that will change Emmy's life forever. Emmy, her mother and friends are actually Succubi but Emmy has been raised as human with her mother holding off until her sixteenth birthday to explain her background to her.

Paul Andinn is an incubus that has been assigned to look over Emmy and Emmy certainly isn't making his job easy. Emmy not knowing who or what she is accidentally releases pheromones attracting the most popular boy in school. The advice given to her before her big date, not to kiss anyone. The romantic in Emmy can't possibly understand what a little kiss would hurt that is until her date ends up in the hospital.

Kiss Me, Kill You by Larissa C. Hardesty is a young adult paranormal fantasy romance read that features succubi and incubus which amazingly enough kept the read a fairly clean one for the age group it intended. There's sexy/skimpy clothing worn while trying to pick up "food" or in other words males to feed off of. There's mention of obtaining energy through sex but not elaborated upon. Mostly just a young girl experimenting with kissing boys for the first time so considering the subject matter it's done tastefully in my opinion.

The story itself was reading more along the lines of a contemporary read with the inexperienced Emmy trying to date and find her way with the bit of paranormal in the background in the beginning. I have to say when Emmy is finally told I found her absolutely hilarious in her denial that they were all crazy and messing with her. But the second half more or less picks up a bit more on the paranormal side which is where I wish the author had expanded further, it just seemed as we were getting into the more intense fantasy part of the book the story ends. But still a fun read overall for those who are fans of young adult reads.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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