I think the author may have hit her stride with this one. Yes, I was as irritated as heck at Ethan (though, darn, he somewhat redeemed himself before it was too late, no?). But this story was pretty well woven, I thought. I didn’t guess who was behind the shifter dodginess, which is good because I like to be surprised. Though, as bizarrely as it might sound because I know the cutie from gramps office can never have Merit, I almost feel a little mad about him getting a potential girlie shofter to settle down with.
To be honest, I think that’s pretty much all I have to say on the matter. I really liked the story line. I thought the emotions in this were handled really well. And the writing was way cleaner than the first two books and hence dragged me into the story far faster and with a whole lot more vigour. I’ll certainly be reading on to book 4.