This is the third novel in the Sabina Kane series and it was a very good one. The cover of this novel just makes you want to read it fast. It’s very exciting and if I wasn’t already hooked to this series, then I’d most definitely pick up this novel. At this point in time we know that Sabina is kind of a legal badass. She still has that no filter problem when it comes to her mouth and will more often than not still say it. She still likes to do her own thing and hates to take orders from people that she deems weak or not good in her opinion. She’s still very strong-willed and will do whatever it takes to do the right thing, as long as she thinks it’s the right thing. Adam is still a mage hottie whose main job is to keep Sabina calm. He has a hard time with this because Sabina is the type of woman who doesn’t stay calm. Yet somehow Adam’s calm demeanor helps keep the group more stable. You always have that one person who helps to stabilize the group and for this novel it’s Adam. He’s always there when you need him and doesn’t care if he gets hurt when he does it. The last person in this group is Giguhl, Sabina’s familiar, a Mischief demon that’s bonded to Sabina. Giguhl likes to help out whenever he can because it makes him feel useful. This is hard for him though because he’s over six feet tall with green skin and hooves. He’s very protective of his family and friends and would do anything for them. The beginning of this novel starts out with the plan to kidnap a very powerful vampire. Sabina’s twin sister had been kidnapped in the second novel and is presumed to be tortured. This has drove the mages to take drastic measures. Everyone has their own role to play in this kidnapping and it has to go the way that it was planned out. If it doesn’t then Maisse’s life could be at risk. This novel is a must read for this series. It’s not a novel that you can just skip reading and read ahead. You have to read the whole novel to know what is going on. Otherwise you’d be lost throughout the rest. This is a very good novel that you won’t be able to put down, due to so much happening all at the same time. Jaye Wells knows what we want in a novel and she gives it to us many times over again. Not once have I gotten bored with this series, which is a very good thing for me.
*Read on June 26th, 2015