Reviewed at http://www.mandikayereads.com/archives/1010I like where this series is going. Kaylee is my kind of girl – she’s always getting into trouble; but it’s always because she’s trying to help someone else. Kind of reminds me of Buffy.Nash got on my nerves in this one because he was never willing to risk his neck for anyone other than Kaylee. She did the right thing for the right reasons; he did the right thing for the wrong reasons. He’s not quite as swoonworthy as he was in the first book, but I do still like him. Tod, however, had a lot of character growth in this book. We got to see his emotions. The end was a little anti-climatic (stop reading NOW if you haven’t read this book yet)… …you would think that after spending the entire book hellbent on saving Addy’s soul that he would have been crushed to have lost it anyway. I missed seeing that part of Tod. I get his revenge, but I wanted the emotion.Last year, I only listened to the first two audiobooks, so I’m definitely curious about where the series is headed next. What new kind of trouble can Kaylee get the boys into?