Well, my my my, what do we have here?
A book about Savannah Levine?!?!! Wasn’t she just sitting around being a sassy kid while Paige tried to make sure she didn’t get kidnapped again?
Well, Savannah is a groooown woman and she can do whatever she wants. (Imagine I said that in Beyonces voice, not a creepy one.)
21 and still holstering her amazing powers like a weapon, she is trying to sneak under the radar of Paige and Lucas while they are on vacation and investigate a case all on her own. After Paige and Lucas opened up their PI firm (hiring Savannah as a receptionist) she decided she didn’t want to go to college, she didn’t want to move out, she didn’t want anything to change, so she stayed in the same place, doing the same stuff.
I can actually really relate to Savannah on this even though I’m 28 years old.
I fucking hate change. But I’m partial to adventure, so I get confused on what I really want sometimes.
Which is tolerable in a 21 year old, but not so much in a 28 year old…I really need to get my shit together…
Rambling. Okay. So Savannah is investigating a couple of murders and stumbles on to something way bigger than she could imagine, or handle on her own.
Thank God for her bestie hunky Adam, the fire half demon, for showing up to help her out, because her powers are going on the fritz.
This book also made me realize that Kelley Armstrong must have a thing for blondes because this is the third guy that is a big beefy hunky blonde man. (And certainly not the last.)
Constant vigilance! Hope you had a lovely family day weekend and a fantastic love day!