Cait Keane and her Dragon partner Aza are surrounded by powerful enemies.
Cait’s gone from restful meditation to combat with shifters in the blink of an eye – even the young witch’s refuge is no longer safe.
A roaming pack of wolves is threatening her coven and the nearby town. And more enemies are intent on taking the witches’ land, by force if necessary.
Back in Boston, a wealthy criminal’s bank vault reveals the greatest evil Cait has ever encountered.
Unlocking the safe put her on the hook for a favor to a master thief. Was the information worth it?
The peace between the Roses and the Dragons is over and the streets of Boston have become a dangerous place as the hidden war escalates.
On top of it all, the assassin Cait’s pursuing now has her in his sights.
Cait will have to be on top of her game just to survive. To have a fighting chance at victory, she’ll need to increase her power and rely on her allies.
The US Marshal with something extra wouldn’t have it any other way.
This series putters along on a steady three star rating. It is decent enough urban fantasy, period. So far I have enjoyed the series like you enjoy a burger when you are hungry. The burger will not get any stars in Guide Michelin but it makes you satisfied. About the same with the books in this series.
Again the book is co-written by T.R. Cameron and Martha Carr with Michael Anderle slapping his name on it just because… I think most of it is written by T.R. Cameron, luckily, because I did not see much of the Martha Carr nonsense, which I have really not liked in other books written by her, in it.
The double story, one centered on he work as a Marshal and the other around her witch family and their furry problem, continues and develops. There are the usual, snarky dialogue, investigative work and fantasy action as we read along.
Actually, the review of this book is pretty much the same as the review I made for books 1 and 2.