Rachel Morgan is back and kicking as much bad guy ass as ever. But in this, the tenth book of The Hollows series, she's facing a foe she had never thought to be concerned with but might just be the most monstrous of them all. Rachel, along with Ivy and Jenks, is called out to investigate a series of heinous mutilations and murders. The evidence left by the actual killers is pointing a little too directly at her new demon status. In order to stay out of jail, not to mention alive, she'll have to buddy up to the organization that got her whole new wacky life rolling, the IS. As always, Ivy and Jenks have her back but for the first time the help she really needs is coming from the most unlikely place, that murdering businessman of a sexy elf, Trent. Rachel is not enthusiastic about needing Trent's help, especially when all she can think about when she looks at him is that way too passionate kiss they shared as he tried to reunite her soul and body after her very near death experience. With every corner of her life changing from her friendships with Ivy and Jenks to her new...whatever with Trent, it's not just the murderers she needs to find but perhaps a new Rachel as well.
A Perfect Blood may just be my favorite of the series so far. It's as action packed as ever and Rachel is just as bad ass as she's always been but if I had to choose a word to describe this book it would be evolution. She shows more depth and maturity when trying to accept who and what she is. Her friendships are changing and she has to accept that those changes are for the best. Then there's Trent. Rachel and Trent's relationship has been a constant roller coaster throughout the series and I don't see that stopping anytime soon. I can't wait to see what Kim Harrison has in store for Rachel in the next book!!