Starting directly after the events of Waking the Witch, Savannah Levine has lost her most powerful asset - her magic. With a witch hunter after her, and something much bigger brewing in the supernatural world, now is not the best time for her to feel powerless.
Kelley Armstrong's penultimate Women of the Otherworld series did not disappoint. If anything I grew sadder that the series is about to end when she can deliver a novel like this. It was filler, tying up loose ends and setting up the endgame, but proper filler with a core story: Growing Up. Yes Savannah is 22, and she's an adult in a literal sense but emotionally she's still been that cocky twelve year old girl I first read about in (book 2) Stolen. Nearly everyone from the series makes a cameo of sorts, but it never felt forced or unnecessary, each meeting was helping the story edge along.
I was getting to the end and was like, hang on, I want more! Which is always a great feeling. I hope Armstrong can wrap up the Otherworld, not neatly or too mushily, but with the amazing flair that has kept me hooked for 12 books.