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I was glad to be back in Makenna’s weird world. This series has been a lot of fun from the beginning. Mac is a seer. She can see things that others can’t and can see through glamours. She is invaluable to SPI (Supernatural Protection & Investigations). She isn’t a fully trained agent, but is partnered with one of the best, Ian.
In this story, the team is working a U.N. like meeting where all the different species from our plane and others come together and negotiate the different treaties and such. Vivienne Sagadraco, leader of SPI and dragon, is the one in charge of all of this. She wanted her best teams running security for this shindig. Oh, and it’s being held at Rake Danscu’s hotel. Rake is Mac’s goblin boyfriend, though things haven’t gone very far at this point.
When a portal mage is found dead, Mac, Ian and the team have to figure out what happened. Oh, and someone has locked down the hotel. No one can seem to get in or out. I guess if you’re going to be locked somewhere for a long time, there could be worse places than fancy hotel. Well, unless that hotel has dangerous creatures popping in trying to kill people.
This was another fun and high action story. There is plenty of humor mixed in with the action. What really makes this series for me are the characters. I just love Mac, Ian, Rake, Kenji (tech geek and half elf), Yasha (werewolf and Ian and Mac’s driver), Kitty (portal mage and baker) and Vivienne Sagadraco. This is a great group of characters. If you like urban fantasy, I highly recommend this series.
I’m a huge fan of Johanna Parker. I think she has a great ability to bring out the humor in a story. She does a great job with different accents and male and female voices. This series has a large cast, and she does a great job.
**I like to thank the publisher for providing me with a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
So far I had enjoyed the series, but this one SUCKED. I feel like it was one of those episodes that adds nothing to the plot or story line. And on top of that our heroine caves at the end, and gives in to her boyfriend. So miss perfect shot has to be saved by the 'big strong' guy😝. Why bother to have her as a main character if she can't be self-reliant, and take care of herself every once in awhile.