Anyway, onto the plot. There is so much converging here that I'm at a loss to know what to say without letting the proverbial feline out of the bag. Okay, we know Charley and Reyes are Gods and Reyes knows a lot more about their history than he's letting on. Plus, Charley’s daytime job as a Private Investigator often sends her on wild adventures, well this time it's a lot more personal as her latest client has a huge connection to Reyes. Add in the fact her uncle is definitely up to something and then there's the non-too little matter of a certain God who is still out hunting for Charley’s hidden daughter. See? It’s a fabulous story with so many threads but don't discount the human aspect because not all evil resides in hell!
I truly loved seeing Charley grow in Eleventh Grave in Moonlight and yes, she's still full of funny one liners, but there is a new maturity to her here. If it's the relationship she shares with Reyes that excites you then be prepared for Heat that quite rightly starts with a capital H as Charley gets a crash course in just what her powers can really do!
There are quiet moments when Ms Jones tugs on the reader’s heartstrings and I will never view a simple hug quite the same way again, but then we are off and running again as Charley and Reyes hurtle to a shock ending that will have readers gnashing their teeth! Roll on the next book because it's going to be a doozy.
I was given a copy of this and voluntarily read it. These comments are my honest opinion.