City of Demons
“Seduction is Georgina Kincaid’s weapon—and elixir—of choice. The Seattle-based shape-shifting succubus is used to getting what she wants, when she wants. Until she falls for a mere mortal…
Georgina is finally, irrevocably in love, and she doesn’t care who knows it. There’s just one problem. If she and her boyfriend, Seth Mortensen, succumb to their all-consuming desire, the consequences will be dire: Seth will be destroyed. Of course, no one cares about their struggle to keep their hands to themselves, especially not Georgina’s archdemon boss, who is sending her to L.A. to sit on a demon-run tribunal. An immortal has been murdered—and the high court is determined to find the killer and set an example…
Bribery, corruption, murder—the three demons on trial will stop at nothing to avoid a guilty verdict. But all the dark magic zipping through the atmosphere must be going to Georgina’s head, because suddenly she suspects that Seth is up to no good. Now she can’t help but wonder how far she’d be willing to go to make sure she doesn’t lose the love of her immortal life… “ –Goodreads
This was a pretty good novella. It wasn’t rushed like many seem to be. It was a well-paced story that delved more into the characters’ personalities and insecurities. While Georgina was a bit petty in this story, it gave a better understanding of her character.
As a note, I have read further in the series now, I’m on the 5th book and there is no reference back to this novella at all, so I’m not sure if the drama that unfolded here is explicitly canon to the rest of the story.