Much better than book 4. I liked that more of Raine's family was in this one. I enjoyed the dynamic between everyone (now if all families were that loving and supportive of each other). I liked that, despite everything, those that know Raine, know she would never do anything that would hurt them. Nice twist (and resolution) with the assassin(s). A bit of a cliffhanger at the end. We will see how book 6, All Spell Break Loose wraps everything up.
(Potentially a 7th book that's a WIP now. Looks like it will be self-published.)
One of the funniest parts was when Raine glamoured herself to look like a certain man.
"I felt his/my chest and grimaced. Then I quickly unbuttoned the front enough to take a look. The man had a bird chest. I flexed my right thigh against my left and then my left against my right.
"Ah, hell with it." I pulled my trouser out from my waist and looked down."