King Ral is bored, and unhappy with Tess's failure to acknowledge him as her superior. But what's he going to do about it? Are the Were stalking Tess under his control, or do they belong to her enemy? With Grandma unable to travel, Tess throws together a Christmas party and invites the Old Bats and their families down from Salem, Massachusetts. The plan comes together as a smashing success, but Tess should have known getting that many magic users together in one place was asking for trouble. Games for those who like games. Singing for those who like singing, food for...well everybody, and death and dismemberment for those who really like their XBOX. At least she had the sense to invite the wardens and several White Knights.
King Ral continues plotting and Tess finds herself facing demons and hellspawn. At least Nicholas calls the demesne they come from hell even if it isn't really the same. But when a girl has a White Knight she's not afraid of a little thing like a demon. Tess begins to realize her relationship with Nicholas may be more than skin-deep when she discovers his love pulls her back from near death nearly as fast as being with Trey ever did.
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Published October 16, 2012
Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction.