Life is never normal for Riley Jenson. Being a rare hybrid of vampire and werewolf she often finds her dual natures at odds with each other, often wanting or needing different things.. or people. Add in her Guardian duties for the Directorate, a role which she never wanted in the first place and it fast becomes a pain in the ass. When strange murders of both humans and vampires start happening, it’s up to Riley to find out if there is a link and if so, to stop the killer. But how does the mysterious and annoying Kye Murphy fit into it. With the Moon’s heat rushing through her, can she focus enough to solve the murders before any more victims turn up.
This is the 7th Book in the Riley Jenson series and I have enjoyed the previous five a great deal. They are gritty, fast paced, exciting and also quite erotic at times. However, I’m not really sure what the problem is with this one. I found it hard to get into the flow of it, kept putting it down to do other things but I did persevere and it was worth it in the end. The plot was quite good, the characters consistent but it wasn’t really until the second half of the book when it finally engages you. It almost felt like Keri Arthur had grown a bit tired of the series and nearly produced a book by the numbers, the saving grace being that she does write very well and her characters are interesting and for the most part lead you to care about them.
As a ‘just OK’ book is the exception rather than the rule for Keri Arthur, I would definitely read the next one as I do want to find out how Riley adapts to the new changes in her life.