Under A Spell (Underworld Detection Agency #5) by Hannah Jayne
This is the first book in the UDA series I have read and recently have not been lucky starting mid series. This was not the case in this series. I didn’t know the back-story, but that didn’t disturb the story.
The paranormal installment was almost written like a YA. The main character, Sophie, was sent back to high school as a substitute teacher to gather information on the latest case.
There is a love triangle between Will, Alex, and Sophie that was unresolved, which was a disappointment, but not a distraction. Overall this was a good experience for a book mid series.
Sophie Lawson was seriously hoping life at the UDA would get back to relative normal now that her boss Pete Sampson has been reinstated. Unfortunately, her new assignment is sending her undercover into a realm where even the most powerful paranormals fear to tread…her old high school. Being a human immune to magic is no defense against soulless picture-perfect mean girls—or a secret witch coven about to sacrifice a missing female student. And Sophie's Guardian, uber-proper Englishman Will, is determined to convince Sophie he's the kind of temptation she should indulge in permanently. Now, as the clock ticks down to apocalypse, he and Sophie will have to summon every trick in the book to battle devilish illusion, lethal sorcery—and betrayals they'll never see coming…