As I said, I had high hopes starting this book. The last one actually had me very curious about what would happen with Olaf. He wasn't to be found in this one and I was a bit disappointed but the plot was moving nicely and then it just stopped. Instead we got an all time cop-out when after all the monotonous sex scenes, the human servant of the missing master shows up at the police station and hands them all the information on a silver platter. REALLY?!?! No investigative work, no mystery, nada. It just gets handed to them with a big freaking bow on it and all they have to do is go shoot some people.
I keep saying I'm through with this series and then I end up getting pulled back in and I'm sorry enough to say that likely the next one will have that glimmer of hope and I'll end up reading it but again, it will be because my library has a copy. I am sticking to my resolution not to pay for this drivel because you never know what you are going to get. It seems to be about every 3rd book really packs a punch and reminds me of the start of the series but the in between ones are just pathetic attempts at erotica. I don't think any other author I've read has disappointed me as much as Ms. Hamilton as she did have a good series until she screwed it up.
Page count: 359p/21,390p