It's open war between the Families of Power and the Tabérin. Two ancient races, witch and vampire, are locked in a deadly battle, and Kat Chanter, descendant of both warring bloodlines, is the only hope for peace …
When Kat's offered the opportunity to escape her grandmother, continue her training in Europe under Samuel's supervision, and be reunited with her Tabérin family, she jumps at the chance. But in Samuel's company she learns more about the secrets and intrigues of coven politics than Imara has ever shared. It seems that Imara's war with the Tabérin Directorate isn't the only thing threatening the Families of Power, and that Kat's own position as heir to the coven leadership is far from assured.
Char has her own problems at her new nightclub in York. She's always had a sixth sense for danger, but even she could never have predicted the catastrophic fallout from agreeing to John Falcon's request to hide Yara Fortes. The traumatized teen's connections go all the way to the very top of the Tabérin Directorate. It seems the new Vodas will stop at nothing, and spare no one, to get Yara back.
An urban fantasy full of vampires, werewolves and shapeshifters, which is perfect for fans of Cassandra Clare's Mortal Instruments and Julie Kagawa's Blood of Eden series.