The Girl and the Gargoyle (The Girl and the Raven Book 2) by Pauline Gruber – Review by Ashley Dover

The Girl and the Gargoyle (The Girl and the Raven, #2)The Girl and the Gargoyle by Pauline Gruber
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Girl and the Gargoyle is a page-turning second novel in The Girl and the Raven Series. Pauline Gruber has continued this story with a new twist. Lucy a half-witch/half-demon teenager is once again in the spotlight. With Seamus still looking to destroy her, Lucy is hoping that is all she will have to deal with in her life since moving to Chicago. To help alleviate this as a potential threat, Jude, Lucy’s demon father, begins to train her to use her demon powers.

However much she wants to enjoy going to school, studying, and sitting on the roof with Marcus, her gargoyle boyfriend, fate has another path planned. Marcus’s mother, Clementine, and his biological father, Garret, come to stay in Chicago. Clementine’s desire is for Marcus to join the gargoyle clan with his father, who is the lead protector. Lucy is terrified that this is exactly what will happen, and she will lose her chance at happiness with Marcus if he moves away.

Garret has come to Chicago to complete a mission. That mission is to take out Jude. Jude is a powerful demon. The problem with this that Lucy discovers is that if a demon dies so does his progeny. With her life held in the balance, Lucy works with her allies to make a plan to stop Greyson. Will her efforts be enough?

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