Great follow up to Dead Girls Are Easy, but it didn't quite live up to the first book. Nicki's relationship with Joe hits a rough patch when Kelly, her unmet twin sister and his ex-wife, comes back in the picture. She's understandably uncomfortable with the entire situation, but Nicki's behavior makes her seem insecure and childish at times. All things considered, Joe has more reason for insecurity than she does. Uneasy ghosts, a vindictive spirit and more long lost relatives make the plot interesting. The real winner here is the appearance of the devil in an all too tempting form. I'm not quite sure why it took so long for me to read the second book in this series, but I will definitely be on the lookout for book three soon.