This is book four of the Black Sun’s Daughter series. It reads well as a stand alone but I suspect, like me, you are going to find the previous books to read because you enjoy this one. Jayne Heller faces her internal demon and comes to terms with herself and her men in a tale fraught with emotional and physical peril.
This is an urban fantasy of the demonic bent. It portrays Jayne Heller ridden by her desires, fears and possibly more. A cabal of priests plays a huge part in Jayne’s personal redemption. The story is a continuation so you are a bit clueless as to some of the relationships referred to in the book. I think a little back story would allow the book to be more enjoyable particularly if you aren’t motivated to go buy the rest of the series. I will be reading them all.
There is plenty of interpersonal relationships, action and drama to satisfy the most discerning reader of this genre. My thanks to Simon & Schuster for providing the series to read, I am enjoying it.