Series: Sabina Kane #4
Release Date: January 5, 2012
Reviewed by: Amber R.
With the signing of the treaty between all dark races looming, things seem to be mellowing out for Sabina Kane. She faced and took down her evil grandmother. Now she's embracing her mage half, living in New York, enjoying her relationship with Adam, and focusing on making her life as good as possible. All the while she can't help feeling like the other shoe is going to drop and soon.
Since coming back from New Orleans, Sabina twin sister Maisie hasn't been the same. It's to be expected after everything she's dealt with but it's pretty bad. She's not having visions anymore, in fact she's being plagued by nightmares. Rhea and Orpheus reach out to Sabina to see if she can try to help Maisie but things between them aren't the most stable after everything that happened in Green-Eyed Demon.
There are murders happening that Sabina and Adam are put in charge of determining what's going on. Especially with the treaty happening soon, the murderer must be contained and quick. But with unwanted assistance being forced upon them by the powers that be, things don't go as smoothly as possible. Not only is the pressure on because of the treaty, things are coming up between Adam and Sabina, and they're dealing with stuff with Maisie as well. And it doesn't seem like Cain is as gone as everyone thinks.
All in all this was a solid book. The side characters and the witty banter definitely kicked it up a notch for me. Also, I really am rooting for Sabina and Adam. Mainly because at this point it seems like Sabina loves him and he makes her happy. And really? After the crappy hand that Sabina was dealt, she deserves some happiness. We were left on a crazy cliffhanger, like usual so I really can't wait to see what happens next.