New city. New country. Lonely Lexie Carpenter finds a club online. Welcoming, beautiful, people. But they are monsters. On the eve of her 17th birthday, they rip out her soul, dividing it into three pieces as prizes in the Club's occult lottery. Left for dead, Lexie is resurrected by a silver-haired young sorcerer. How ironic that he is a monster as well and may want to kill her himself.
The sorcerer's motives are Future Lexie's problem. Right now, death has only been postponed if the two of them can't find the Soul Eaters and put this broken girl back together. Lexie claws her way up the supernatural food chain collecting some odd allies on the way: a massive Shadow Hound with a taste for human flesh, a world-famous rock singer who happens to be a magical half-demon (that's a secret) and gorgeous (that's not), and two celestial Japanese spirits with too many secrets.
Lexie's paranormal learning curve quickly becomes slippery with the blood of demons and the damned. And in the battle for the first piece of her soul, Lexie learns the betrayals go deeper than she could have imagined. Blood deep.