This series started as entertaining, but frivolous. Light entertainment, with good writing. However, with each book the author seems to develop and grow. Each story has more depth but maintains the bits of humor and frivolity that I expect and enjoy.
Based on the beginning of Glory and Ryan's story in a previous book, I wasn't sure if I would like Glory as a heroine. I thought she might be too much of a brat. However, this story does an excellent job of giving a background with valid reasons for her behavior.
Ryan is adorable, and a fantastic hero. He suits Glory. Not every guy would give his mate the time she needed.
My only complaints are minimal:
1. A couple things seemed to happen out of the blue. Not in an "oh, I didn't expect that" way... more like a "where did that/they/it come from??"
2. While I LOVE cameos from my series favorites, as the series progresses there are more and more to try to fit in. I would caution the fantastic author to not attempt to fit so many characters from previous stories in. It starts to get confusing, esp. as new characters - with future stories please :-) - are introduced. Am I the only one who has to try to keep Jim and Jaimie straight? The two J names are throwing me off!
3. Don't forget to toss in an occasional easy mate story, huh? Lately every mate set has had personal issues that have delayed the mating. I understand conflict is important for a good plot, but every once in a while it's nice to see a hero and heroine who WANT to mate.
Anyway, love the book. I've enjoyed the entire series, and I REALLY can't wait for the next one!