Jazz, the powerfully magical teen first introduced in Wickedly Powerful, is now being trained as a Baba Yaga—and she’s determined to free the Broken Riders herself.
Jazz had a rough life before meeting her guardian, and she knows she’s lucky that Bella is training her to be a Baba Yaga. But the gifted young witch is frustrated by the slow pace of her lessons. Jazz knows she’s capable of even greater magic, and she wants nothing more than to find a spell that will give the Riders back the immortality they lost.
With the reluctant assistance of Bella’s dragon-turned-cat Koshka, Jazz travels to the Otherworld to get the necessary ingredients to perform the spell. A willful young witch, dangerous magic, and one powerful wish—what could possibly go wrong?
I was supremely excited to read about Jazz’s adventures with Bella and Koshka. After everything she has gone through to end up with a family like Bella and Sam, I was amazingly happy for her to have such a happy ending.
Not to give away anything you can’t guess already, because hey, she is a teen and they typically do the same things, but her willfulness to prove herself without wanting or seeking out consultation is downright irritating. I mean, c’mon! Brand new into this magical world, please accept your limitations. No one is trying to exclude you from the good stuff so accept that some things can do more harm than good!
This series is still one of my favorites, but I was not too sure of this book. I am highly anticipating the release of the last Rider’s book.