*2nd series reading, 1st time reviewing*
First, the MC names (Harland, Dresden, and Markey) are awful, IMO, and yes, to me it matters. However, since Harland is sweet and romantic, I overlook it. Except when he wanted to kill Sparrow because he could've potentially told their secret of being shifters. I mean, at least ask him first, and then again, who would he tell that would pose a danger? And how would he prove it? That wasn't thought through, I don't think.
The only MC with any real character development here is Dresden. There's very little on Harland or Stork, and I, for one, would've liked to have known how Stork had started out so well respected in that town but had sunk to being an alcoholic drug addict. Had he fallen on hard times? As for writing, the dialogue's kind of corny but at least there were only a couple of typos. As for the plot, readers never find out who the actual guilty party is in the Stork case; the plot device concerning Dresden's ex doesn't come up until about 93% and is over in about 4 pages; readers never know how Roger tracked Dresden down; and the whole shifter mating/impregnating/giving birth thing is never fully explained before Dresden is going into labor. Overall, it's a cute read if you're just looking for light and sweet.