Narrator 'Lizzy' Tucker is pastry chef in Salem. In June, evil 'Wulf' burns his brand on her hand. His tempting cousin Diesel smells like "fresh-baked Christmas cookies", protects her 24/7 with rude monkey Carl and ninja Cat, after Wulf kills Stephen's guard. Lizzy and Stephen can detect stones for Seven Deadly Sins, and start with Gluttony.
- The story was original. I liked the whole fantasy situation, the odd characters and the special "talents" that the characters had. It was fun and unique.
- I really loved Lizzy and her outlook on life. She was witty, funny, kind-hearted and brave. I loved how she just picked up on everything, even though it was crazy.
- Oh Diesel, you are some amazing man candy. I don't know how Lizzy can resist you, even though there are some consequences.
- The cat, the monkey - best side characters ever!
- The actual premise of the story was just so all over the place, there was no definite plot in the story and no real ending. This is a series, but I much rather have somewhat of a semblance of a plot and climax in each book. I definitely wasn't into the story enough to continue with the series.