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Peek Inside Kiss Me, Kill You

Emmy Duivel believes in heart stopping kisses— just not the kind that land your date in the hospital. She knew she was different, but not succubus different.

Paul had one job: watch Emmy. Should have been easy. But then she kissed that boy.

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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 is a Watcher who had only one job: make sure Emmy doesn’t expose the supernatural world. It should have been easy, but when he looked away for one second, she kissed that guy, and everything changed.

He should be more upset. But he can’t. Not when he’s falling hard for her.


5 stars "Packed with intrigue, sizzling romance, and killer suspense, Kiss Me, Kill You will have you devouring every word until the very last page." ~Christina Farley, Author of Gilded

5 stars "Kiss Me, Kill You is one of the best YA supernatural romances I have read in a while! [...] The romance between Emmy and Paul was incredible, and this part of the book really shines." ~Olivia F, Goodreads

5 stars "Succubus - Incubus - And lots and lots of kissing - YES, PLEASE." ~Ann, Goodreads

4 stars "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." ~The Phantom Paragrapher

5 stars "Mystery, spookiness, high stakes and romantic tension . . . really loved this!" ~Ena J, Goodreads

5 stars "Kiss Me, Kill You is a unique paranormal romance/adventure/coming of age tale. [...] The story is fun and quick paced, driven by the forbidden romance between Emmy and Paul. They make a great couple! " ~Meg Kassel, Author of Black Bird of the Gallows

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781633759626
Release Date: Jun 12, 2017
Page Count: 276
Imprint: teen crave
Genre: paranormal, young adult
Tropes: forbidden love/off limits, forced proximity, friends to lovers

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By Carrie May 25, 2017

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 ...more

By Christina May 21, 2017

Kiss Me, Kill You will embark you on a spell-binding journey from Emmy’s everyday high school life to the magical and devious world of demons, succubi, and incubi. Packed with intrigue, sizzling romance, and killer suspense, Kiss Me, Kill You will have you devouring every word until the very last pa ...more

By Olivia May 17, 2017

“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 ...more

By A.M. May 23, 2017

Succubus - Incubus - And lots and lots of kissing - YES, PLEASE ...more

By Ena May 20, 2017

The cover for this book is perfect for a YA paranormal romance and Emmy & Paul deliver the story promised by that cover. Mystery, spookiness, high stakes and romantic tension . . . really loved this! ...more

By Meg June 08, 2017

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 ...more

By Paula June 07, 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. Em ...more

By Shaila October 15, 2017

In this darling little YA romance, the author captured the trials and tribulations of being a teenager falling in love perfectly. It's a "coming-of-succubus-age" story where the drama, the angst, the feeling that everything in the world is against you all brings back memories from when I was a teen ...more

By Taylor June 12, 2017

Fifteen-year-old Emmy can't wait for the day when she falls in love like the characters in the romance novels she loves so much, much to the annoyance of her mother and best friend Lily who've been telling her that love isn't real all of her life. Emmy even has the perfect candidate, her History par ...more

By F.M. June 12, 2017

If you ever thought a YA book about succubi would never work, think again... this title has drama, angst, kissing, mysterious supernatural happenings, and friendship dynamics that keep you guessing. The writing has that alluring readability that lets you sit down and get lost in the story, telling y ...more

By V.V. October 09, 2017

This was the perfect combination of sweet and spicy! Emmy and Paul's relationship was the cutest, and I found Emmy's character to be hilarious. Her thoughts were so me when I was that age. I love the entire succubus/incubus concept, one of my fave paranormal elements. Exciting, sexy, and an overall ...more

By Jonathan September 20, 2017

I loved this book! I'm a huge fan of supernatural stories, and this was done very well. I was totally engrossed and found the characters engaging, and I enjoyed the dual points of view. This was a fun read, especially if you're a fan of the supernatural, and I am! ...more

By Roxanne June 12, 2017

Thank you to Netgalley and Entangled Teen for a copy of this eARC in exchange for a fair review.

Emily is a romantic at heart and her best friend Lilly is pushing her to start dating. So when she works up the nerve to ask Paul out she is humiliated and embarrassed when he says no. Paul didn't say no ...more

By Kat December 05, 2017

Writing a YA novel on the topic of incubi is no small feat but Larissa Hardesty has done it and done it well! Likable characters, a hero to swoon for, and a story premise unlike anything I’ve read before. ...more

Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for providing me with an ecopy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

Find this review and more on my blog The Rest Is Still Unwritten!

Kiss Me, Kill You is Larissa C. Hardesty’s debut novel and is an enjoyable paranormal tale that is perfect for those ...more

By Arys June 13, 2017

Kiss Me, Kill You by Larissa C. Hardesty is a YA paranormal romance that completely caught my interest when I read the first line of the synopsis, “First kisses should be legendary- not deadly.”

Ms. Hardesty’s novel is about almost sixteen, hopeless romantic, Emmy Duivel who has a giant crush on her ...more

By Selbi July 27, 2017

Good read

“What’s better than love,” you ask? Well… forbidden love, of course. It is that element of danger and rebelliousness that we all wanted to have in our lives at some point; however, only few truly experienced. For folks like me, who’d rather stay at home curled up with my books than climb th ...more

By Marguerite June 18, 2017

4 Stars.

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 asp ...more

By H.A. July 21, 2017

This is definitely for a younger audience, and there were moments I wanted it to be more mature–especially since there are club/dance scenes, lots of physical contact, and the occasional mention of sex. I would have loved for this to be geared toward a more mature YA audience, and those moments to b ...more

By Lynndell June 12, 2017

I voluntarily read and reviewed an ARC of this book. Thanks to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read and review Kiss Me, Kill You by Larissa C. Hardesty! Emmy is a succubus but she has no idea that she is because her mother has kept her in the dark, even though it's her job ...more

By Kristi Housman May 18, 2017

I received an arc from Entangled Teen through Netgalley.

When I read that this book was about a succubus, I knew I had to request a copy from Entangled. I was thrilled to get it. More than anything, I was curious as to how they would make a succubus book for YA. I loved Richelle Mead's series, but it ...more

By Deena August 15, 2017

Romance novel enthusiast Emmy believes in true love -- until her crush Paul says he's not interested in her, and her rebound date ends up in the hospital; then when she learns she is a succubus like her mother and best friend, everything she thought she knew about herself is wrong and deadly, but ca ...more

By Alison June 14, 2017

This is a YA paranormal romance...meaning it is romance with a paranormal aspect rather than a paranormal that includes romance. It is also a light read, without much depth or many extra scenes not directly related to the couple.

It had the dual POV which I always love. It had some funny quotes, a g ...more

By Shayne June 17, 2017

Bummed I finished the book!

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 endin ...more

By Lovely Loveday May 22, 2017

I was almost instantly drawn into this book after reading the first few pages. The author takes you along the journey of Emmy’s everyday high school life to the magical and devious world of demons, succubi, and incubi. I really enjoyed this book because it has both romance and suspense. Overall an a ...more

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Larissa Hardesty

About the author

Larissa Hardesty

Larissa Hardesty is a Young Adult author of speculative fiction. Having lived a fairytale when she met her husband while on vacation at Disney World as a high school senior, all of her stories have at least a touch of romance. When she’s not writing, she can be found pursuing her passion for music as an elementary music teacher and handbell choir director. She lives in Central Florida with her husband and three children.

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