Glory St. Clair thought she would never have to deal with the demon world again. It was bad enough having a crazy demon named “Alesa” shacked up inside Glory’s body. Too bad Glory, you’re now going to have to deal with the demon world all over again. This time, good ol Lucifer is going to be involved, Oh Joy! It seem that Glory really ticked the demons off this time. They want her to do their dirty work and sell her friend’s souls to Lucifer. If that is not bad enough, Glory is also in trouble with the Austin Vampire Council for causing a major disturbance when her eyes turned red in front of everyone at her best friends wedding. If it was not for the darn demon Alesa living inside of Glory, none of this trouble would have happened with the Austin Vampire Council. Now there is a possibility that she’ll have to move from Austin because of the wedding incident.
Glory now has to answer to the demons and deliver up some souls to Lucifer, or her best bud and ex-lover Rafael Valdez will be punished. Glory must also prove herself to the Vampire Council by being a mentor to a newly turned vampire named Penny. She must show Penny the rights and wrongs of becoming a vampire, and also show the vampire council that she is responsible and “has her act together.” If Glory can not get her act together, she will be packing her high heels and leaving Austin for good.
Poor Glory St. Clair has her plate filled to the roof this time. Will she do Lucifer’s dirty work and sell her friends souls to him, or will she tell Lucifer to take a flying leap up to Haven? Can Glory show the Austin Vampire Council that she can teach Penny, her new fledgling vampire how to act as a good vampire? Can she redeem herself, and save herself from having to move? Last but not least, can Glory manage to keep the most important thing her life, the three men that she loves so much, from killing one another over their jealousy of one another? Can Glory manage this full plate of hers, or will everything around her come tumbling down?
Once again Gerry Bartlett knows how to keep the Glory St. Clair fans laughing. I just love good ‘ol Glory, and her drama filled life. The man drama throughout is the best part. Only Glory can have three men after her, and might I say, three gorgeous immortal men. YUMMY! Don’t miss out reading Gerry Bartlett’s book “Real Vampires Don’t Wear Size Six”.