Book 5 in the series and it was better than the last 4. This time, Aurora, Dante, and the crazy vampire Giselle are together as a team trying to evade the agents sent to capture them and bring them in. Yes, there is some sexual tension between Aurora and Dante but the author doesn't take it too far. Neither does the author write truly graphic love/sex scenes. (Which I'm very glad because at my age, graphic sex scenes don't do a thing for me).
The author makes the Alaskan wilderness come alive so that you almost feel like you're there. So much so, that I had to pull a blanket up over my shoulders while I was reading. I like the fact that vampires can eat and enjoy their food. Thankfully, Valerie didn't play much of a part in this book as the way she is now being written, she is not someone I want to read about.
Aurora has matured quite a bit since book one for which I'm very glad to see. I could not have continued reading if she was just another Bella! Though I know that Jared will be caught someday, I hope it's soon. He is too evil to "live". I'd also like to see more Noel, Grandma, and mom in the next book/books.