Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher and was invited to write an honest review.
I enjoyed this second installment of the, "Witching Savannah" series. The author does a nice job of connecting book one and two while giving us another opportunity to enjoy these great characters.
The original magical hierarchy and magic system are refreshing. While a connection between witches and demons is not a new one, the author has revised that connection and given it a fresh take. In addition, I'm pleasantly surprised to see the journey from struggle to acceptance between the Taylor witch family and Mother Jilo, the epitome of the southern Hoodoo practitioner. Her character is positively entertaining, and I'd love to see this magical mix explored further.
I did note a few continuity and editing issues, but these did not detract from my enjoyment of the book. I'm eagerly awaiting book three and hope to see even more character development and revelatory back story.
Favorite quote: "Come on, batter up, bitch. Let Jilo see what you got."