Sadly I figured out most of the "mystery" part of this book fairly early on. That didn't stop me from enjoying the story for what it is. It's a soap opera at its core and a soap opera has twists and turns that make the viewer or listener yell at the screen because the characters are being idiots.
The romance between Georgina and Seth takes a pretty major hit but, like all good soap operas, we're pretty much assured that they'll get back together.
The dialogue is snappy and the characters are fun. Odd, perhaps, but fun. Where else do you find demons and angels consorting with each other?
An enjoyable read and a good addition to the series.
Sometimes the brain needs a little candy.