Though interesting and intriguing
-- especially the heroine's silver
familiar and her wolf/dog Quicksilver -- the characters in this story are not particularly likable, nor are they able to arouse any empathy in the reader. Though there's some background in this book, you'll want to read the first story in the series to fully appreciate and enjoy this one.
Delilah's also still hunting for a Seven Deadly Sins groupie killer. She's out to discover what kind of power the Seven Deadly Sins' lead singer has, how he exerts it over the women he bestows it upon and what he is. All this, plus trying to figure out her own powers and her relationship with Ric, can keep a girl very busy. (Juno, Dec., 384 pp., $7.99)