In this exciting third book Kaylee’s fight against the Netherworld is a little more personal. Nash’s friends are getting high on Demon’s Breath, slowly but surely rotting their souls. Not only that but they could be infecting their girlfriends too, which are Emma and Sophie. They seem to be getting it from a Netherworld dealer who brings the substance inside balloons, a trick they learned from Kaylee. She plans to bring a stop to the whole operation, but dealing with a suddenly pushy and moody Nash is really getting to her. Add to the mix how her powers seem to be going out of control – now she can’t even fall asleep without crossing over – and you’ve got one explosive story in your hands. Kaylee will need the help of some suspicious sources, and Tod, to be able to save the day. At all times the possibility of things going to hell (literally) keeps you engaged. Kaylee is as fierceless as ever, and even more here where she has to make some really tough decisions. Though there wasn’t much Tod in this book, I couldn’t help but love each of his appearances. Haha the phrase of the day is “Damn it Tod!” There were a lot of laugh-out-loud moments for me, but also many sad ones. Although I never really rooted for him, the end really tore my heart apart into little pieces. I can’t wait to start the next one to see how this all gets fixed or further damaged.