Dating both a vampire and a werewolf isn’t easy. But just to complicate Anita’s already messy life, someone has put a price on her head. Love cannot save her this time, so she turns to Edward, hitman extraordinaire, for help. But finding the person behind the threat won’t be easy, because as both a vampire hunter and zombie reanimator, Anita has made a lot of enemies-both human and otherwise.
“If you love someone, truly love them, you should never cause them pain. Never fill their eyes with something so close to grief.”
I really liked this book. It was fast paced and constantly had my attention. There was plenty of action and mystery. I felt like every scene had value and there were rarely any boring parts.
I like Anita a lot more than I used to, but she still has a ways to go before I will really like her character. I feel like she won’t admit a lot of things to herself and sometimes, I just want to shake her until she finally admits the truth. I was proud that she finally admitted she was a hypocrite when it came to Jean-Claude and Richard (It only took her three books). I was also really happy that she admitted to herself that she had more than just a few feelings for Jean-Claude. I just struggle with her because it takes her so long to realize these things.
I am 100% on the Jean-Claude train if you couldn’t tell. I love his character so much and I really don’t understand why Anita just won’ let herself love him completely. Nine times out of ten, I will be on the werewolf/shifter’s side but there is just something about Richard that pushes my buttons. I was happy when him and Anita broke up and I really don’t care if they get back together or not. Even though Anita seems to be leaning more towards Richard right now, I still have hope that she will come to her senses and be with Jean-Claude.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book. I even think that it is the best installment yet. I will be continuing the series with Burnt Offerings. I can’t wait to read it!