Ancient magic has been unleashed into the world. It’s willing to do anything to survive, even if it means war. Only one woman can kill it...or set it free.
The local witches’ coven offers Raven a trade: Surrender herself to them for one week or give up a member of her pack. She thought they wanted to study her, but Raven discovers something far worse—murder. To save her pack, Raven must make the ultimate sacrifice…her freedom.
Witches are being drained of power and killed using a wild magic that’s been dormant for centuries. Tasked with locating the one responsible for releasing it, Raven soon finds herself the prey rather than the hunter. The more lives the magic claims, the stronger the killer becomes. As she and her pack scramble to unravel the secrets of the coven, her own beast starts to wake, and she’s not sure which is more dangerous…the killer or her beast. But one thing is sure, if the coven and pack don’t learn to work together, none of them will survive the coming storm.
In the third book of the Raven Investigations series, Raven is required to spend the week with the Witches. They want her help to figure out who is killing the Witches, but Raven may be in a lot more danger than she realizes. Not only does she have to deal with this, but she also must deal with the price of Taggart being different, and not seeing much of him until she gets back. This may all turn out okay in the end, or it could be the end for all of them.
This book was okay. I didn't like it as much as the previous books, but it was still enjoyable. I kind of hated the fact that Taggart, and Jackson weren't in it very often. But I hope the next one we get to see more of them. I also loved learning about what Raven is, even though I still have questions about it.
This book seemed more of a filler type of book, then one that actually added more to the story. But now I'm more excited for the next one.