After months of training a budding army of human/demon hybrids, Ayala and Carrick have worked out most of their differences. Who gets to use the bathroom first in the morning. Who'll feed the bunny before they go out to make mayhem. Who gets to keep the jeeling claw they found in Forest Hills. You know, the important stuff.
But when Gregor sends them out with their battalion of shades and the mission quickly lands on the wrong side of Ayala's "don't kill norms" moral line, she quickly discovers that maybe morality wasn't the motivator behind Gregor's pet project - or at least not when money's involved. And when a trio of shades starts murdering the populace in Nashville again and targeting places and people significant to Ayala, her desire to help her own comrade shades stay on the good side of the Mediators will place her at their mercy again. With the Summit fracturing and demons closing in on the city, saving the shades and herself may cost Ayala everything.
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Ayala is fighting for herself and loved ones
I’m surprised at the depth this audio gave me. The first book in the series I had to get “used” to, but this second book really moved the marker up a few notches.
Ayala’s world is somewhat complicated. She is still snarky and swears a lot, but I’d do that too if I had had to deal with hordes of demons. Besides the Hellkin that are flooding the place, someone in the Summit is just wrong. She needs to protect the Shades and the Shades are learning humanity as quickly as they can (reading romances for goodness sake!), but they are also disappearing. Ayala doesn’t know who she can trust to cover her back and while she’s fighting the good fight, she still has the mystery of who is betraying her to figure out.
- Nell Justice "Love mysteries, romance & urban fantasy"