Finally, things look like they are coming together for Georgina Kincaid. Sure she's lost her job at Emerald City Books and her good friend Doug, but she still has her demon friends and most importantly she had Seth Mortensen.
Of course, having Seth comes with a cost. She's has to compromise with him on her no sex rules (because what Succubus wouldn't want to save the soul of the man she loves), but she figures losing a little piece of him every few months was worth it.
Unfortunately, her bosses in Hell can't risk that.
Where do you send a succubus you're trying to control? Why Las Vegas of course. Only things with this transfer aren't what they seem an it takes Roman, Carter, and Hugh to figure out why Hell is hellbent on getting Georgina out of Seattle.
This, the last book in the series, did not disappoint (especially for those of us that have been waiting what seems like forever for it). The road to Georgina's happily ever after did not come easily. Her first life, the one she's been running from all these years, comes crashing down on her just as she's dealing with the issue of her contract. Instead of doing what she normally does when that first life rears it's ugly head, she instead stayed and fought. Fought for her soul and fought for Seth.
It was refreshing to finally see Georgina realizing that maybe, just maybe, she's paid for the mistakes of her past life and it was her time to find happiness.
This was a great ending to a wonderful series. Have the kleenex ready, because Seth and Roman will have you wiping those tears away in a couple of scenes!