Blood in the Valley is the second book in The Vigilati Series and the author does not disappoint. I enjoyed this book as much as the first one.
Raven has grown up on her own relying on herself by any means necessary. We first met her in the first book trying to get into Drew's safe where she escaped by knocking him out. She was trying to find answers in the book in his safe about her own tattoo marking her as a vigilati. The only race of witches that save mankind by closing the veil between the living and the dead.
They meet up a year later while he is on an archaeological dig where she is a security consultant. Can she and Drew uncover the secrets of her past in time to save the world?
Will she learn more about her past so she can fight her own demon?
The daughter of a Las Vegas hustler, Raven Sabatier grew up trusting nothing and no one—she doesn't even trust herself to stay in one place for longer than a minute. When her quest to find out the secrets of her past leads her to the mountains of North Carolina, she’s set on a collision course with the one man she thought she'd never see again.
In Appalachia consulting on an archeological dig, Anthropologist Dr. Drew Deveraux comes face to face with the indomitable beauty who broke into his apartment a year ago, tilting his carefully cultivated world on its axis.
Engaged in a fight with their demons, both imagined and real, the last thing either of them expected to find was love. Together, they must unravel the mystery of Raven's past and her connection with an ancient race of witches, in order to save their future—and all of the souls hanging in the balance.