“I don’t suppose you cook.” “Since I don’t eat, there is very little need for me to cook.” “Souls are best served raw, huh?” He scowled. Okay, so that wasn’t in the best of taste, having your food talk back to you. It was only a little gallows humor to cut the tension.I love this book, this series really, so much that I wish they were all out so I could just binge on them to my hearts desire and then be sad it was all over. Jeri has the ability to create scenes that are full of horror, danger, blood, romance, and tons of surprising, dark humor- and sometimes all mixed together, and I have no idea what kind of magic she has to make it all work so well. Her timing and pacing is absolutely perfect (hmm, maybe Jeri made a deal with a certain demon for this...) and The Booke of the Hidden series has jumped into the running for my favorite Urban Fantasy series. And while it was not the focus of the book (but maybe my focus) there was something like a love square in the story. Normally I hate love triangles in a story, but the flair and humor that Jeri gives her characters made it totally worthwhile. Kylie has a hard choice in front of her, having to figure out her feelings for the men she inadvertently has to juggle. Be it the brooding, smoldery demon Erasmus who has questionable motives and can't stop lying, reliable and trust worthy sheriff Ed, or even the surprising attention from her Ex Jeff (WereJeff! Sorry, it's my favorite nickname and makes me snicker.) that was turned into a werewolf when he came to apologize for his past behaviors and now has morphed into a decent (were)person.