When your grandmother is Medusa, trust doesn't come easy.
Jenna Faith teaches self-defense to vulnerable women. She knows only too well what it's like to be on the run from someone and fleeing a past you'd rather forget. But her own past is about to catch up with her, in the form of know-it-all, hot druid Grey.
He blackmails Jenna into taking on a case that her old magical task force can't solve, and she finds herself on the trail of a monster, an ancient evil that snatches children from their families and disappears with them into the night. When a young girl is stolen from under Jenna's nose, the race to save her life begins.
Contains mature themes.
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- Mrs Penelope Brundu
Great characters, good narration the slight lisp adds to the feel. Can’t wait for next book
Took a chance on this, and liked it.
At first I was unsure if I was going to like this book, but the further I got along, the more I grew to like it. If your into the preternatural genre, this a good one for you. I really enjoyed the Narrator, she was elite in her performance.
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