This is the thrilling second book in the Sierra Fox series and it just may be better than the previous book. Split at the Seams has everything that makes a great book - constant twists and turns, romance, and plenty of bad guys. The character of Sierra Fox is a strong and gutsy heroine and she definitely became a more developed character than she was in the previous book.
All it takes is one broken stitch for everything to come apart at the seams.
Spook catcher Sierra Fox has paid her debt to the Spook Catcher Council. Life should be easier. Except everything is going to the dogs—or demons, as the case may be. Her boyfriend Jonathan is acting like a possessive jerk. She can’t stop drooling over Jason, her hunky, injured houseguest, who turns out to be a werewolf. To top it off, something seriously freaky is happening to spooks all over Sydney.
Prime example: a ghost who wants to hire her fades while inside her office, and soon they’re disappearing all over Sydney— sucked out of existence. When Sierra finds out who’s behind it, it’s more than just her own life at stake.
As the problems continue to mount, keeping her head above water is a daily battle. Add a stalking, feral animal who is determined to take a piece out of her hide—literally—and life is anything but a bunch of buttercups. Especially when those around her start dropping their façades.
Eventually, she knows, the dust will settle. Only this time, life as she knew it may never be the same.
Warning: Spook catching: Do not try this at home, if you’re under eighteen, or under the influence. Must be prepared to fight off ghosts, demons, weird black dogs and sexy werewolves… Okay, maybe not the werewolf.