Half-human daughter of the Elven lord of Sea and Sky, Cecily Sutton has been raised in hiding.
The point of that writing was to warn Christians that they need to close the spiritual cracks and gaps in their life, those places of compromise where we play with sin or two-step with the devil.
Then I read Beneath the Thirteen Moons which was painful.
This series is historical but what make's it so good is that the paranormal elements are fantastic.
Having sworn an oath to her stepfather to keep her safe, Giles has no other choice but to follow after Cecily as she sets out to find him.
They weren't bad people or make stupid decisions.
Cecily was a great character, she had a nice inner strength, not to mention her supernatural powers.
The final showdown was really anti-climatic and I wasn't invested in it at all; it only sealed this book's fate as forgettable.