Werewolf Descent (The Last Witch #2) by Elizabeth Kolodziej

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     Faith, the last witch in the world, and Trent, her vampire boyfriend, have just returned home after surviving a deadly battle that put them into possession of the Blood Stone and the Moon Stone.  Back at their house they are trying to recover while building their relationship.  Things are going well until Vincent, a psychic vampire, moves into town.

     Vincent has an energy that Faith finds hard to ignore and he feels the same way about her.  While Trent is getting jealous of their budding friendship Zou Tai, the werewolf prince, is trying to find out who is killing members of his pack.  Vincent and Faith make a trip to visit an Alchemist who might know something about the killings.

      Soon relationships are tested, lines are crossed, and the group is in a race against time to stop the werewolf killings before Zou Tai, the real target, is killed.

     I enjoyed reading this book and found myself interested in seeing how Faith is growing into her powers as a witch.  She seems to be learning more about herself but is growing more confused about her relationships.  I wasn’t thrilled with the story line of Vincent, Trent, and Zou Tai vying for her attention.  How many relationships does one witch need?

     There is a lot of action in this book and multiple story lines to keep me on my toes.  Morgan and Collin, two vampires from the first book, make an appearance again in this book and we are introduced to the beautiful Lilith as well.  As with the first book the conclusion of the book is a heated battle between supernatural forces.  However the ending of this book is so tragic and shocking that I never saw it coming.

I give this book 3 1/2 out of 5 stars.  

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