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I didn't read book 1 of this series which is where you read of Raven's redemption. This book, number 2, is about Raven trying to clear his name and solve a murder mystery. Because of his past background and his notorious family, he is the first person the magical police (Guardians) try to pin a crime on. His Guardian girlfriend, Cass stands by him and for most of the book I really liked her for her integrity, dedication to her job, smarts, but I have to say I really thought she was unfair to Raven due to an unexpected, unplanned development to their relationship.
This story contains a lot of introspection, self examination by Raven and his girlfriend Cass which I personally could have done a little less with and read about more action. This isn't a Harry Dresden type of thrill after thrill, but a much slower paced story and that's okay too.
There are moments when you feel for them, the struggles that they're facing, and other times when you just want to kick them all in the shins and inform them how childish they're being. But you know what? That makes them human. That makes following their tragic struggles all the more entertaining and meaningful.
Raven's Wing picks up about 2 years after the events of the first book. Cass has a new job with GII, and Raven is slowly learning to become part of the community again. This peace is broken when the Ravensblood is stolen out from under the noses of the Guardians. Of course, Raven is their prime suspect, which drives a lot of the plot for the remainder of the book. While Raven is avoiding capture, Cass and the rest of Raven's supporters work to find the Ravensblood before it is too late.
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