When Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin's Djinn lover, David, asks her to marry him, factions among both Djinn and humans are not happy. But wedding plans are interrupted by a new, strange threat, one that not only has never been encountered before, but the Djinn cannot even see or sense. And it's powerful enough to destroy the earth.
On the whole this story was well constructed, ending predictably in a kind of cliffhanger to make the reader want to read the next book. But overall I'm getting rather tired of Jo, her sassy remarks, her eye-rolling obsession with fashion, shoes and muscle cars, and David's obsessive, undying love and lust. When Caine concentrates on the story instead of trying to get cute with her characters, then it becomes more readable, and luckily she manages to keep her focus on the important aspects of the book enough to produce a fairly good read. I might even read the next one - but if I never did, I don't think I'd really care.
This is an interesting series about Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin, but if you're like me and can't get the books in order, it's hard to follow out of order. Even simple things like the COLOR of her newest Mustange is omitted from this story, I guess I have to fine the one before to find out. It ends with a cliff hanger, so for sure I'll be reading the entire series, but some of these details could have been included to make a better read.