I read this book when it was originally published, then when my hardcover was destroyed in a fire, I bought a paperback. THEN, when the paperback started to look like it was run over by a truck, I bought the Kindle version and have re-read this 3 times since then. This is one of my Linda Howard go-to books - sort of like comfort food. I read a lot of books during a year, but sometimes I want to curl up with something familiar and this hits the spot.
The first thing you have to adjust to is the fact that this was written 20 years ago, so forget about most of your tech. Second, this is paranormal and sometimes what Sweeney sees isn't pleasing. Should there be trigger warnings? No, not for this. Howard briefly mentions things like child abuse but doesn't dwell on them, doesn't make them part of the story, and doesn't force the reader to deal with the issues. This is written as a, I think, paranormal, romantic suspense. At least that's sort of how I would describe it.
If you're looking at the book and trying to decide whether to buy or not, remember some things. It is a well written Linda Howard book. It was written 20 years ago when the expectations and values were different. Women also focused on subjects differently and the writers at that time reflected that.
Loved the story of Sweeney and Richard and loved the weirdness that was Sweeney herself. If you've never read it, and love Linda Howard, go for it.