Demons are putting rips in the veil in order to cross over and steal my friends and allies away.
But, going after them isn’t even close to simple. The deepest level of the veil is not a place you can just open a doorway too, after all, and of course, that’s where they’ve been taken.
As fate would have it, it looks like I might get some help from a trained demon slayer and his fire breathing ride.
The only problem? Said demon slayer claims to have family ties to me. And I’ve never trusted my family.
Nor am I about to start now.
This book was nonstop from the minute it started to the very end. That kind of pace just doesn’t work for me. By the end I was skimming because it felt like it was just another fight with Rylee kicking butt. Nothing meant anything anymore.
It was also mainly just build up for the upcoming fight with Orion. Lots and lots of build up with the goal Rylee was working toward for the book kind of feeling contrived except for what happens to Milly and that just seemed like back peddling.
I don’t know, I was more than a bit disappointed. I was hoping to finish the series, but after this I’m not in a rush, which makes me sad.