What to say, what to say. Let’s see. Well, first of all, this book was told from the viewpoint of Delilah, the middle D’Artigo sister. Delilah is a werecat. On nights of the full moon, or when she is especially stressed out, she changes into a precious little golden haired tabby. That’s not to say she’s a pussy. (Sorry, couldn’t resist, hehe.) Delilah has plenty of fire, which is good, because she’s going to need it.
A war has broken out in faerie. Queen Lethesanar has gone totally off her nut, and there is a bounty on the head of just about every member of the D’Artigo family. The OIA is in trouble, and a band of unusual werespiders is gunning for the local werepuma clan. The sisters get sucked into the puma’s mess when Delilah agrees to investigate the murders that have been occurring for her client, the magnetic werepuma Zachary Lyonesse. They soon find out that a force a lot more malevolent that the spiders is behind the recent string of deaths.
Chase and Delilah’s relationship heats up in this book. There’s also plenty of Trillian lurking around, and we get a little more of Smoky, the sexy dragon. Baby Maggie is a presence, and the cute little calico gargoyle puts on an appearance in quite a few of the scenes. We also find out what a badass Iris, the house sprite from Finland, actually is. I like this series. It isn’t mind blowing, but it is solid. The D’Artigo sisters are likable characters, and the plot is entertaining.