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Dimitri would like nothing more than to live a low-key life in Naples, Italy. His girlfriend, Syd, has other plans. After three months of researching, she is positive she has found a jinn on a killing spree in San Diego, California. Since Syd gave Dimitri the one thing he thought was out of reach, he feels obligated to use his ill-gained talents for her cause.
A few hours back in the US proves that Dimitri and Syd didn't quite make the clean escape they had thought. As they trail the elusive jinn, someone else trails them. What should have been a simple trip to confirm once and for all if the jinn are living among humans, instead reveals a community keeping dark secrets.
Unfortunately for Dim, the only way out is in.
Free the jinn
In this book Syd and Dim head back to the US, from Naples Italy, to find a female genie, only they discover something a lot more sinister. An organization that controls jinn and sometimes tortures them to do their bidding. They set out to free the female jinn, but his old master bond holder's wife has a new plan for Dim, kidnap and force him to work for her until Karl's infant son is old enough to take over the bond. That is the plan at least until he tells her that Syd, who was Karl's niece has set him free, but shes determined to take over all the jinn.
I didn't really like this book as much as the first, in the first we watched Syd and Dim fall in love and her freeing him. This time around its like she's controlling him, and he even makes the statement "you should have just left the master bond", and that's what it felt like. No matter if Dim didn't want to do something, Syd was basically forcing him to abide by her wishes. I'm glad the jinn were able stand up for themselves in this story and show they weren't going to stand by and stay in the shadows. Hopefully in the next story we will be able to see the release of all the jinn and the next generation rediscovered and released as well.
Received ARC in exchange for honest review from NetGalley