Jaspierre is alone. Her servals, Tessa and Ikali are no longer enough for her. She wants a family so badly she will do whatever it takes, even if she has to assemble it herself. So she does what any self-respecting mad scientist would do, and renews Mother’s experiments.
Her childhood friend, Chance is secretly stalking her, leaving behind a trail of bodies. With a new detective following the bodies up to her doorstep is Jaspierre in over her head this time?
Jaspierre is back for more psychopathic/sociopathic chaos. Though shorter than the first book, it doesn't skimp on action. Plus, her hormones are out of whack since her former lover left her a little time-delay gift.
With her future uncertain, her past comes back to haunt her. Both her mother and her father resurface...with somewhat J. R. R. Martin like results. There are no happy endings for this girl. Especially when a competent detective finally catches up to her at the critical moment her past, present, and future all collide.
Oh, and while I don't want to offer any hard spoilers, one of her true demons has been resurrected, and follows its own downward spiral.
It's violent, creepy, psychologically challenging, and it kept me up WAY past my bedtime because I had to know what happened next. I can't wait to read what happens next!