In this all-new novella from the New York Times bestselling author of Midnight Marked, Merit, Ethan, and the rest of Cadogan House crew discover that not all undead creatures are kindred spirits…
Vampires generally aren’t afraid of things that go bump in the night, but Merit and Ethan are extra jumpy after a recent attack by a dark sorcerer. So when they learn that someone is messing with graves in Chicago’s cemeteries, stealing skulls and snatching souls, they fear that their powerful foe might be back for even more magical vengeance.
But after a specter begins haunting Cadogan House—and targeting vampires—they realize that their being taunted by an altogether different sort of monster. A ghoulish villain straight out of the Windy City’s urban legends is on the prowl—and he won’t stop until he’s killed again…
This is a great short book to hold us over until we get the next and sadly final book.
I was happy to see Annabelle again, I really liked her in the previous book.
Of course we get to see our usual gang and as always it is fun. We actually get to see Luc being put on his behind. It was kind of funny and scary at the same time.
We meet a new ghost hunters group.
Of course we have Merit and Ethan. Ethan again showed his funny site, which I really enjoy if he is not all stuffy.
But he does show that he is not willing to put his vampires and his house in danger, no matter what or who.
I loved that some of Chicago’s history was in the book.
It does come with a sneak peek of Blade Bound, the final book, but I decided not to read that part. I rather wait until the whole book is released.
Overall. Great short but fun book I rate it at 4 ★
*I received a free copy from the publisher via Netgalley and chose to leave a voluntary review. Thank you!
Will be available January 17th 2017