Evie's longing for a normal life is short-lived. With Lend in college, she finds high school, homework, and an after school job rather boring. Coincidentally, her old boss Raquel chooses that moment to ask Evie to work for IPCA again. Despite Lend and his dad's reservations, boredom wins out and Evie returns to IPCA. Since she's not a fan of faeries, she gets Jack--raised in the faerie realms, he knows how to manipulate the paths and transport Evie on her assignments. Jack is mischievous and seems to get Evie into sticky situations. As usual, the faeries are causing problems. Evie finds herself in the middle of the feud.
What I thought: I liked Supernaturally. It's a good sequel to Paranormalcy. I can understand Evie's boredom. Her romance with Lend is still there but less so. Perhaps the long distance thing is true for any relationship. The mystery was good. I didn't suspect a thing. The revelation about Evie's past was interesting. I'm looking forward to reading the last book, Endlessly, that's due out in 2012.
(Harper Teen, 2011)