Joanne Walker goes back to North Carolina to help find her father who has gone missing. She also meets the son she gave up for adoption and left behind. She finds out there is more going on at the reservation that would be enough for any shaman to face. Joanne is going to have to call on every aspect of her shaman powers to unstitched the past to weave a better future for everyone.
I love this series and I hate that it is almost at its end. Joanne Walker is always pushing herself beyond her limits, to where she almost gets herself killed. In one example, makes her car Petite fly across a chasm while escaping helicopters. That is such a wild ride. I love this scene, so I give it a 5/ 5 stars.
If you have not read any of the other books in this series here they are:
- [Book Review] Industrial Magic (Women of the Otherworld #4) by Kelley Armstrong (scentfragrance.wordpress.com)