The premise of this book is cool, and the development of supernatural creatures as a part of society is intriguing and well-done. But there is so much sex, it gets distracting. It was as though this was an exercise in ho wmany sex scenes can be crammed into one book... sex for lust, sex for hate, sex for torture, sex for release... it really detracted from the storyline.
I have loved this story since I first stumbled across it years ago at the library and I am glad that I was finally able to support her writing. the one thing that did dull it down for me was the amount of sex in the book. I know and understand that Riley is a werewolf close to the full moon but I am one of those people that I have read enough sex scenes that I mostly just speed through them. There was a lot of 30 second skips forward, let me tell you.
I so want my token back for having gotten this horrible book. The story is weak, so constantly shoe horning sex into is a desperate lame attempt at making it interesting. Typical Laurel K Hamilton wanna-be trash.
Enjoyable, Funny and suspenseful
Riley was my favorite character because of her wittiness and loyalty to her brother