Succubus Soul: Veras Academy

Lina Jubilee
Succubus Soul: Veras Academy
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Caleo Press
Release Date
October 2019
Book 3 of Succubus Sirens
Action/Adventure Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy

Blessed with the power to protect. A princess born to two worlds. But despite being the star pupil at Veras Academy for superpowered young adults, all she wants is to be "normal."

Bryony Haddix is the heir to the Nelian throne, but the world of elves from which one of her fathers hails is a strange, mystical place, and Bryony is much more comfortable at Veras Academy on Earth, home to the rest of her family. Born a Natch with superhuman abilities, she's called on to protect and defend Earth's Natches from prejudice so that they may flourish on a once-doomed Planet Earth.

Now that she's come of age, Bryony vows to live as ordinary a life as possible, despite the weight placed on her shoulders. That also means that unlike her mother and her elven princess aunt, she's certainly never going to fall in love with more than one man. If only her parents didn't expect her to pick a husband from among the three fetching exchange student Natch princes who just transferred. If only she could stop herself from succumbing to the magnetic allure of her rival for valedictorian/best friend. If only she didn't start to think that maybe loving more than one man did run in the family, after all...

Succubus Soul is a standalone romance set in the world of Succubus Sirens. This academy book takes place twenty years after Succubus Heart but stands on its own. Suited for fans of racy reads, 18+.

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Oct 23, 2019   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
31 people found the following review helpful
SUCCUBUS SOUL: VERAS ACADEMY is the third book in the Succubus Sirens series, and we meet Bry, along with Derek, Zeke, Rio, and Trey. Three of the men are princes, and one is her best friend.

This was an easy read, with most of the drama coming from Bry as she resented being 'forced' to meet with the princes with a view to marriage. Of course, that changed once she actually met them. As for Derek, she thought she shouldn't be having the feelings she was for her best friend. There was a slight twist to it as Xerxes (from book 2) made a reappearance and tried to mix things up a bit.

With a great storyline, a bunch of brilliant characters (both main and supporting), plus some very steamy bits, this was a great book to read to while away the hours. Definitely recommended by me.
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