Georgina Kinkaid is experiencing some very vivid dreams. Each dream is followed by a drain of her energy. Georgina must find out why this is happening. This was a fun book to read. I enjoyed the combination of the immortal world – the angels, nephilim, assorted demons and imps, and deities combined with the mortal world. There are so many things I liked about this book. The dialogue was very clever, full of great lines. Georgina’s friends and associates crack me up. They seem normal and do normal things, but they are immortals. I loved the ongoing joke about the Christmas tree that was set on fire the previous Christmas. I found Seth’s nieces endearing. Family game night at his nieces’ home was Industrial Revolution Monopoly. How cool is that? More of Georgina’s past is revealed. I liked how this past experience mirrored her present situation. I’m no longer a Seth fan. I’m looking forward to reading the next book in the series.