So this was another great addition to the saga of Dot and her coven. The necromancy aspect was interesting as well as the side plot of the DA trying to expose her as a witch. I knew the whistleblower plot would happen eventually, I’m just surprised it took as long as it did and didn’t have a much bigger role in this book. The ending battle in the graveyard was rather short but still pretty awesome to read, especially with her using her necromancy powers.
I said in the last review that I was happy that the MM interactions didn’t happen without Dot, and then this book happened 🙄 We find out that Shea and Dar is together even without Dot around. While I can understand the need to find companionship outside of Dot especially with her large harem of men (there’s only so much of the Dot-pie to go around) I did not expect it to be Dar. I just find it hard to believe that Dar, her loyal and protective familiar, is okay staying the night at Shea’s apartment with how exciting dot’s life has proven to be. I could see Shea and Jimmy being in a relationship together, just not Dar. Dennis has officially been added to the harem but he didn’t have much page time in this book. I felt as if Dennis and Jason were kind of ignored in this book. Chief, Dar, and Shea has plenty of page time, even Jimmy had a decent amount but Dennis and Jason seemed to have faded into the background.
There is only 1 book left and I can’t decide if I want to start it now to finish out the amazing adventures of Dot, or hold off and savor the ending.