I really liked the description of all the various names and forms Jael’s mom was known by throughout history. I was really interested in learning about her and Jael’s history and abilities. The book did address Jael’s general demon abilities. And while this is really interesting, it does not really touch too much on her specific succubus abilities. It was really only brought up a few times, once when she went to school and only once or twice in passing afterwards. And the specific abilities was what I was looking forward to the most. I loved that fateful Friday that she went to school and everyone around her started going crazy. I wanted so much more of that. I really hope that the next book goes into more detail about her affect on people because she is a succubus. That aspect has the potential to be pretty awesome. I can’t wait to see how her abilities are going to develop. I did really like the description of her general demon abilities and I think that because she is a halfbreed, her powers are WAY more cool than a full demon. I would definitely rather be a halfbreed.
I must say that I am not a fan of the third person in this book. I would have rather seen it from Jael’s point of view. Sometimes reading the third person made the story seem a little detached. It made it harder for me to connect with Jael.
Overall, it was a good book. I just wish it had been a little more developed in some places, but I look forward to see where this series is going to go. The ending left open some promising possibilities so I’m interesting to see what is going to happen next.