This is the second installment in the Charley Davidson chronicles. It picks up about a week after the first book ended. Reyes was missing after he woke up from his coma and walked about of his confinement. Not only was the prison looking for him, but he had U.S. Marshalls after him too. Charley finds out really quick that he is going to sacrifice his human body to keep his father’s minions from finding Charley. He still promises that if the demons get to her, he will kill her to stop them from gaining access to heaven. I think there are at least three different cases she works on during this book. She is trying to find her friend, Cookie’s friend, Mimi (did you follow that?). This is the main case she works on and it goes deeper and more dangerous than just a missing person. There is also a dead guy in Cookie’s car and Charley is trying to figure out what happened to him on the sly so Cookie doesn’t freak out. And then of course…Reyes.
The cool part of this book was that Reyes semi-taught Charley some of the cool things that she can do. It was fun watching Charley learning more about what she can do. Reyes wasn’t as present in this book as he was in the first one, and judging by the ending I am unsure of what his role will be in the future. The ending made me sad. We shall see how the third book goes before I make my final decision. I thought it was equally amusing as the first book. The author has a way of writing an extremely sarcastic main character without making her annoying.
“Some people might’ve gotten annoyed, especially when we checked out the men’s room, it being primarily for men…”